Monthly Archives: June 2008

Confirming you belong

With World Youth Day fast approaching, and after Tuppence’s vision of the legacy of the event, I thought I’d quickly… Continue reading »

Bibles in China

At an underground church service in China, you have to pray as quickly as you can and hope you don’t… Continue reading »

What a predicament!

I’ve always been a bit of alternative film fan. I don’t know if any of you have heard about the… Continue reading »

“Just because I don’t care doesn’t mean I don’t understand.”

I sometimes wonder if I’m intelligent enough to be posting here. Scrolling through the forums this week, I came across… Continue reading »

Unsung Heroes

NZ Herald‘s got this new series they’re running that I think they should be commended for. It’s a bit naff… Continue reading »

WYD Legacy…not just a memory…

In recent times there have been murmurings about the World Youth Day legacy…as pilgrims and parishes emerge from their exhaustion… Continue reading »

I’m pro-choice – just not that choice!

I briefly vented on this in one of the comments I made on Ox’s post, but I wanted to elaborate… Continue reading »