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Sunday, January 28, 2007


I am still swamped with stuff to do, it's been really good though because I got to head out of here and spend some time in Melbourne. It was Australia day long weekend so we had time off work and joined in on the celebrations. I only got back last night and have a few more days off work, i'll take these spare days to finnish getting my house all ready for someone else to move in.
I have had the chance to read all the comments from you guys, thanks, i've got lots to tell and can't wait to update.

In more interesting news, I enjoyed reading this article:
The world awaits the joint testimony of Christians

here is some of it...

VATICAN CITY, JAN 26, 2007 (VIS) - Yesterday afternoon in the Roman basilica of St. Paul's Outside-the-Walls, the Pope presided at the celebration of the second Vespers of the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. The ceremony, which marked the end of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, was attended by representatives from other Churches and ecclesial communities.

In his homily, the Holy Father recalled how the theme of this year's Week of Prayer, taken from the Gospel of St. Mark - "He even makes the deaf to hear and the mute to speak" - had been proposed by Christian communities in South Africa. "These words," he said, "are good news announcing the coming of the Kingdom of God and the healing of the incapacity to communicate."

"Listening to the Word of God ... is a priority in our ecumenical efforts. Indeed, it is not we who organize the unity of the Church; the Church does not create herself and does not live by herself, but by the Word that comes from the mouth of God."

"Whoever undertakes to listen to the word of God can and must then speak out and transmit it to others, to those who have never heard it, or to those who have forgotten it and buried it under the 'thorns' of the cares and illusions of the world.
read more here

I hope you enjoy it too.
posted by Grace B at 4:13 PM


I know how you feel (minus all the moving across the globe and getting married part). There doesn't seem time to do anything, everything goes so fast. Good luck on everything turning out just right.

7:41 PM  

I hear ya Jack! It's the 'time for everything' thing.
Awww thank you so much for the lovely wishes, I appreciate them and am sure Jonathan does too.
Good luck to you too with your decisions etc. ANd thank goodness I can finally see the posts in your blog again!

4:20 AM  

wow your wedding date is coming up. how exciting!

7:06 AM  

Glad things are going well. I miss seeing your more regular posts!

And I read that article you linked to - those were some hopeful and inspiring words from the Pope. Thanks.

8:52 AM  

It's coming up so fast all of a sudden!

Thank you, i've missed writing and also reading blogs including yours!

4:34 PM  

I'm glad you made it back & don't let the tidal wave of responsibilities/house/wedding/etc. keep you away. Ha.

You've got plenty of time for it all.

5:36 PM  

But that tidal wave is huge!!

1:24 AM  

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