Discussions of science versus religion often devolve into this sort of standoff: Person 1: “I do not accept the Bible as an authoritative source”. Person 2: “But the Bible says you’re wrong”. From this point in a conversation, how can you have any meaningful discussion about science and religion? Well, I’ve just … Continue reading
I stumbled across an author recently called Alexander Mccall Smith. I’m now into my fifth book by him and have developed a great fondness for them. The one I’m reading at the moment is called “The Double Comfort Safari Club”, about a detective agency in Botswana. The plot is not … Continue reading
During General Intercessions at Mass last weekend, we were asked to pray for the parishioners of Glenmore Park. You might remember this was where the presiding priest declared he had been married for a year. Now this started me wondering why exactly the parishioners needed our prayers? Because they had been … Continue reading
We went to the Stations of The Cross service this morning at St. Michael’s Church with Kitinn, Gaby, Kriscia, Carlo, Sabine and Camila. It’s a very moving service, with the young members of the church doing a re-enactment of the events on this day 21 centuries ago. Gaby became quite emotional as she … Continue reading
Dulcie and I go to St Mary’s Cathedral for the special Sisters of St Joseph mass to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of the Blessed Mary MacKillop. Continue reading
Tonight was the inaugural practice session of the St Michael’s church male choir and it was a resounding success.
After eight weeks of rehearsals, Carlo, Linda and I sang in the midnight mass choir. (CD available soon.)