Friday, March 09, 2007

Vatican: The Board Game.

From Cardinal to Pope. Now you too can be Pope!


Stephen said...

Dear Paul,

Thank you for taking note of Vatican the board game in your blog. I have always felt that one of the most unique things about the game from a Catholic perspective is that it is broadly supportive of the principle of hierarchy. "Vatican" demonstrates how the "papabile" are trained for the highest office in the Church by a rigorous process of gaining experience through progressively more responsible office holding as they advance in their careers. This process is responsible for the high quality of the popes of the 20th and 21st centuries.

You and your readers might also be interested in looking at "Explore Church History" at our free site which contains a large and constantly expanding database on all aspects of church history. One of the ways "Explore" evolves is through reader suggestions for additional entries and content.One of my goals is to enrich "Explore" with a whole series of interactive modules that will lead visitors into deeper engagement with the historical content on the site.

Regards and Best Wishes,
Stephen H. Haliczer Ph.D.
Distinguished Research Professor
Coordinator. Online Communities
The College of DuPage Press
The Vatican Board Game

Elizabeth J. Neal said...

We’re Vatican assassins. How complicated can it be? What they’re not ready for is guys like you and I and Nails and all the other gnarly gnarlingtons in my life, Vatican

serenaaharris said...

The countries and capitals board game is not a simple game it’s a game of skill, for it requires focus, ability to think fast, coordination and the guts of putting yourself at risk. These tips are also applicable when playing poker, from the poker lessons that I’ve read, poker is a game of chance in order to know how the game works you should know how to think of the probabilities just like when playing board games.

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