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just a stranger on the bus - Diary of a Necromancer
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robling_t
robling_t
just a stranger on the bus
Inner Cecily made me watch a looooot of PopeCam. (Although she was gracious enough to allow me to go put some pants on between the white smoke and the reveal, since the former had caught me in the shower...) She has subsequently been engaged in a running argument with Muse about whether her sympathies do in fact lie closer to Anglicanism than she's admitting at this point, and Inner Trevor is pretty thoroughly traumatised by their occasional tangents onto what actual practice circa, say, Constantine's conversion would have been. I may need to put my foot down about Muse dragging home two tons of books on the various nuances of Eastern Orthodoxy next... Do other writers end up caught in the crossfire of theological arguments between oldish vampires this often?

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ashnistrike From: ashnistrike Date: March 16th, 2013 01:41 am (UTC) (permalink this entry)
Not so much from writing as role-playing--but S has an old Catholic vampire who's friends with my old agnostic vampire, and oh yes. (I haven't tried to find out yet what Theresa thinks of Pope Francis. Mira thinks he's a ridiculous prude, like all Westerners. It should be noted that most places outside Serbia are West to her.)
robling_t From: robling_t Date: March 16th, 2013 06:41 am (UTC) (permalink this entry)
The problem with babysitting Cecily is that she's still convinced that this Reformation thing will never catch on; I think she only puts up with Trevor because he's relatively quiet about what he believes most of the time -- though I do suspect her mental pigeonhole for him is labelled 'harmlessly insane'. Not looking forward to the arguments about how/whether to baptise the Pupcake, no...
ashnistrike From: ashnistrike Date: March 16th, 2013 01:47 am (UTC) (permalink this entry)
(Theresa is cautiously optimistic, and says it's about time they appointed a Jesuit. Now you know.)
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