Phil of the Future
Saturday October 21st 2006, 3:01 am
Filed under: Patristics

Weary of the recent unpleasantness in the Anglican world, Phil has decided to blog full-time on the Fathers. This is very good news. He’s currently trying to compile a list of patristiblogs, and he’s talking about maybe starting up a patristics carnival. These efforts are to be encouraged. Please do your part, and send him names, ranks, serial numbers of all your favorite Church-fatherly weblogs.

Also: make sure to congratulate Phil, as his first child is due on the feast of St. Ambrose — the birthday of my third child.


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Hey, I hadn’t even made that connection with St. Ambrose! Now, wouldn’t that be cool, if he comes on the due date.

Peace,
Phil

Comment by Phil S 10.21.06 @ 6:05 am

Except, of course, you mentioned it to me a couple of weeks ago. Where was my head? Too stuffed up to think, I guess. :)

Peace,
Phil

Comment by Phil S 10.21.06 @ 8:53 pm

In my experience, children born on Dec. 7 are quite wonderful. My book The Grail Code: Quest for the Real Presence is dedicated to just such a child.

Comment by Mike Aquilina 10.21.06 @ 9:09 pm

[...] – PHIL OF THE FUTURE: “Weary of the recent unpleasantness in the Anglican world, Phil has decided to blog full-time on the Fathers. This is very good news. He’s currently trying to compile a list of patristiblogs, and he’s talking about maybe starting up a patristics carnival. These efforts are to be encouraged. Please do your part, and send him names, ranks, serial numbers of all your favorite Church-fatherly weblogs” … (fathersofthechurch) [...]

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