Saturday, June 03, 2006

LOTW (Links of the Whenever)

It really has been "Whenever" since the last LOTW.

Well then let's get to them then-

First up-
"The Instigator" is cartoonist Charlie Teljeur.
He does some rather humorous cartoons based on hockey and especially the NHL.
I don't always agree with his point of view or his sense of humour, but usually I get a good laugh out of his work.
The link will bring up his latest cartoon, and there are links on that page to his archived work.
The Instigator

I like reading history-especially Church history. The Church Fathers are good reading for a variety of reasons. Here's one of my favorite writings by a Church Father. The link is part of
CCEL, which is an excellent site for older writings.
(Check it out as well.)
This is The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians.
More information on Clement of Rome can be found on Wikipedia, and other sites. But I would advise caution when reading about Clement, as Roman Catholic Tradition considers Clement the fourth Pope. He was bishop of Rome, but the papacy did not yet exist.

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Blogger Joel said...

Since the pope is simply another name for the bishop of Rome, it had to have existed. It wasn't as high-profile, but then, it's hard to ride around in a Popemobile when you live in a catacomb.

1:46 PM  
Blogger pilgrim said...

Whether or not the title of "Pope" existed was not my point--I wrote that the Papacy did not exist.

There's a difference between the Papacy and the title Pope--and it has nothing to do with the Popemobile--

I sense your tongue is somewhat in your cheek, but still you're not getting the secondary point.

The main point?

Go read the letter.

But thanks for stopping by again!

6:02 PM  

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