Thursday, December 25, 2008

Happy Christmas to all SCE Readers!

And a very blessed new year for 2009!

11 Comments:

At Thursday, December 25, 2008 7:23:00 am , Blogger Ttony said...

And a very happy Christmas to you lot as well!

 
At Thursday, December 25, 2008 7:40:00 am , Blogger Joshua said...

Happy Christmas, David!

 
At Thursday, December 25, 2008 9:29:00 am , Anonymous Tom said...

Merry Christmas to you too!

 
At Thursday, December 25, 2008 1:27:00 pm , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas from a Californian Lutheran.

Henry

 
At Thursday, December 25, 2008 6:11:00 pm , Blogger Louise said...

Merry Christmas, David, your family and your readers!

 
At Friday, December 26, 2008 11:18:00 am , Blogger Joshua said...

Dear David,

I trust you had a wonderful Christmas - perhaps you can mention the highlights?

I wonder if you watched carols from St Patrick's, as televised on Christmas Eve... I was hugely impressed to see it culminate in Eucharistic Benediction, and wonder what comments are circulating about this very Catholic piece of evangelism.

 
At Friday, December 26, 2008 1:15:00 pm , Blogger Schütz said...

Yes, I did watch the Carols and Lessons. I too was impressed by the final Benediction - surely the first time that such a devotion was shown on Christmas Eve in Australia?

My Father-in-law didn't like the program overall - said he preferred Kings College - but I don't think his judgement was anything to do with the final ending. More musical taste. Which, as we all know, varies.

I was personally thrilled to see a locally produced service on the telly. Deacon Cameron Forbes (I attended his ordination with my daughters and Pastor Pearce) did an excellent job of proclaiming the gospel, and the Archbishop shone as always in this, a context in which he excells.

 
At Friday, December 26, 2008 2:15:00 pm , Blogger Joshua said...

I was delighted (as +Hart would say) to meet up with Rev. Forbes in Adelaide at the recent ordinations there; I had met him in Melbourne some years back, but had utterly lost contact, and it was great to see him again. As you say, he does a fine job as a deacon.

Which reminds me - a friend of mine, a permanent deacon in Perth, asks, what is going on with the incredibly drawn-out process in Melbourne for maybe someday having permanent deacons (providing the Parousia doesn't supervene)?

David, let me know if the service will be available on CD - I particularly liked Malcolm's "Verbum caro factum est".

 
At Saturday, December 27, 2008 7:56:00 am , Anonymous Lucian said...

Merry Christmas to You too!

 
At Saturday, December 27, 2008 9:47:00 pm , Blogger Therese said...

Merry Christmas to you too David. I look forward to more of your posts in 2009.

Therese

 
At Sunday, December 28, 2008 9:44:00 am , Blogger Tu Agenda Musical said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2009!

I invite you to listen a special Christmas episode of my podcast “Levántate y Sal a Caminar”

28 minutes of Christmas carols in many languages, meditations and more…

Jesus loves you.

Luisa Veyan S.
You can listen it in: http://levantateysalacaminar.podomatic.com/

 

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