On being unknown
It must be what bibliobloggers do, because the great and good Dr Jim, doyen and self-appointed gatekeeper of bibliobloggerdom [Oops, I can't see the post where Jim claims to be the heretic Origen, it cannot have been the doubtable Jim, but rather the redoubtable Phil apologies to both
], posted this meme about which Father are you
? So I succumbed, but it turns out I'm one of those fathers, the ones no one has heard of... I'm... ta da!
You’re St. Melito of Sardis!
You have a great love of history and liturgy. You’re attached to the traditions of the ancients, yet you recognize that the old world — great as it was — is passing away. You are loyal to the customs of your family, though you do not hesitate to call family members to account for their sins.
Find out which Church Father you are at The Way of the Fathers!
No, there are worse things than being unknown, being "known" for a start - would you
want to be "known to the police"? Or as Saint Paul (to make this a genuine 10 caret biblioblog post ;0 said: "Being unknown people, everyone has heard of... (2 Cor 6:9)
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