Talk:Pope John XXIIJ

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A Spaniard I can work with, though would have prefered a Latin-American. Thank you, Quentin, for getting it started. One of these days I'll work on him some more! Elemtilas 15:36, 9 March 2006 (PST)

One thing...didn't we have our pope leadership change the same time *there* as *here* with the passing of JPII? BoArthur 15:44, 9 March 2006 (PST)
No. John XXIIJ is still a fairly spry 86. Perhaps in the next couple years I can start thinking about who's next... Elemtilas 17:08, 9 March 2006 (PST)
Its QSS by Seville that John XIIJ was born there. Period. --Quentin 05:28, 11 March 2006 (PST)
Well, excuse me! I'll ask thee in future to communicate a little more effectively. You're working in an area that already has a caretaker, in this case, me. And while I appreciate collaborative efforts, I don't appreciate invasions of this sort. I will refer you again to the sections in and around How It All Works. Note that erratic edits (especially in areas where others are working) are not appreciated so much as concentrated efforts; if you're going to offer new information, please tag it as a proposal. Basically this comes down to how YOU choose to behave in our group. You can either work with us, or not at all. Thank you. Elemtilas 12:00, 11 March 2006 (PST)

Do you think maybe this article could be expanded a bit? Some questions that immediately come to mind:

  • What kind of clerical career has he had?
  • How has his Holiness responded to events during his reign?

Thanks in advance! Zahir 14:04, 28 May 2006 (PDT)

I'll have to look into these issues. Yes, I'll be working on expanding the articles on the two recent Popes of Rome, when I get my notes together and some time to work on them...fodder for another time alas! The latter question could be answered roughly "about like any other Pope: drawing from sound Christian doctrine in order to teach a moral or ethical point". We keep going on about atomic wars in IB: I'm sure the Popes have come down pretty firmly against the use of such weapons. If Europe is wading through a "godless" period the way it is *here*, then I can only suspect that the response would be similar. Elemtilas 20:29, 28 May 2006 (PDT)
PLEASE!!! No more pictures please! Or never mind. You just take the lot. You now own two Popes a nice plot of ground and a major world religion. Elemtilas 10:45, 29 May 2006 (PDT)
I'm sorry. I just wanted to add some artwork, based on the description already here, and some coats of arms because I like doing this kind of stuff. Honestly, I didn't think this was a big deal. I don't really understand. Please accept my apologies and if you insist I'll just delete what I've done. The *only* Pope I'm really interested in is Benedict XV and that is in reference to GW1. I don't think I've been unreasonable to responding to suggestions or feedback, or at least not too often. Please accept my heart-felt apologies. Zahir 11:57, 29 May 2006 (PDT)
No need to apologise -- I was far too harsh, for which I apologise. Please just leave everything as is. Elemtilas 21:39, 31 May 2006 (PDT)

At 95, he surely must not be as spry as he was a few years ago... Should we think about killing him off? Also, I think poor Tomas has been around for enough years to be deproposalised. Juan Martin Velez Linares 9:12, 27 August 2015 (CDT)

Offing the pope, eh? Id' bring that to the attention of David Zahir, and see what he says on the matter, well, him and our illustrious Elemtilas. BoArthur 09:50, 27 August 2015 (PDT)
The next Pope of Rome, who I alluded to seems like decades ago, is an American bishop by the name of Anthony Fisher (SSJ). Was born in Louisianne (Mississippi dpt.) but studied at Georgetown (in the seminary there) and was a priest in and later archbishop of Baltimore. (His namesake, Bishop Carl Fisher (http://www.josephitepastoralcenter.org/resources/black-history-month/), we always thought, would have made a fine Pope *here*...a humble man and a humorous, learned but never condescending to those less so.) Elemtilas 19:16, 29 August 2015 (PDT)
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