Sunday, 5 July 2009
Posted by Thom at 23:24
Thursday, 2 July 2009
Posted by Thom at 05:51
Friday, 26 June 2009
I'm rather impressed with this:
...but what do you think about Christian "marketing?" Positive or negative? Necessary or wasteful?
If you have any examples of Christian marketing gone wrong, please send em my way: t dot curnutte at gmail dot com
(For that matter, if you've anything at all to talk about and would like to see it in this space, send it on. That includes photographs!)
As always, Andrew, Fr. Kenyon, and I would all be appreciative of your prayers.
Pax et bonum.
Posted by Thom at 15:04
Tuesday, 23 June 2009
For the time being, supported by my Diocese and friends, I am taking a well earned break. Ecclesiasticus/Sirach 2 is going to be the focus of much study and prayer. I will surface again in due course. Pray for me as I always pray for you.
Posted by Andrew Teather at 08:34
Sunday, 21 June 2009
Posted by Andrew Teather at 17:00
Thursday, 18 June 2009
Thank you very much for all the many cards, prayers, Mass intentions, good wishes, emails, letters and facebook messages. I have felt very supported by you all and continue to do so. As I have said before, this site has produced a visible and tangible community of people, I am always particularly touched when I hear of readers striking up friendships with each other and praying for each other. 'Carry on, you are all doing very well', as Mr Grainger used to say in 'Are You Being Served'.
Posted by Andrew Teather at 09:12
One of the first times I saw a liturgy was in a Russian church. I didn't understand anything, of course, and at first I was a bit distressed that people came and went, children wandered around, etc. But then I noticed that no matter what anyone was or wasn't doing, the liturgy continued. It was obvious that the audience was God, not the restless congregation. When I returned to my evangelical church, I asked the pastor if he would do the same things he had planned to do this Sunday if no one showed up. He was very struck by that and couldn't answer.
Would your corporate worship work if no one showed up? I pray yes.
Pax et bonum.
Posted by Thom at 08:19
Monday, 15 June 2009
Posted by Andrew Teather at 08:25
Sunday, 14 June 2009
Posted by Andrew Teather at 16:05
Saturday, 13 June 2009
Posted by Andrew Teather at 09:26