Well, the Rimers of Eldritch was a success! but I feel rather guilty. As one could expect, the play has anti-Christian overtones. On the other hand, that's no less a component of acting than lighting, and we were all supposed to be Presbyterians. So perhaps it was acceptable.
I do have some great news for anyone wh came to this blog expecting numismatic commentary [but it will definitely interest Catholics, EvilTrad or otherwise]. I received an order of coins from the Pobjoy Mint (a British mint specializing in commemorative pieces for obscure parts of the Empire) yesterday. Among the coins were silver crowns commemorating El Cid's victory at Valencia and St. Joan d'Arcs victory at Orleans! Despite the political incorrectness (the former of the ornate pieces portrayed adruous Christian warriors routing Mohammedans), these were included in that mint's series of commemoratives for famous battles (which also included Waterloo), legal tender in the Isle of Man [think Luxemburg in the Irish channel]. Sad to say, but these most Catholic of coins originated in a protestant land. This shows that
I. the Church has somehow become even wimpier than the British government
II. if the people could, they would gladly welcome a return of reverence for our Catholic heritage!