Monthly Archives: October 2012

Time to fight back…

This post is partly in response to Voice in the Wilderness’ post during the week and partly in response to… Continue reading »

Snakes on a Camplaign

Vice President Biden spoke on some issues recently. He said: MURDER: ‘A human being has a right to life, and… Continue reading »

Nobel Prize and China’s One Child Policy

The latest winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Mo Yan, is a Chinese author whose “popular, sprawling, bawdy tales… Continue reading »

Eid Mubarak…! (to all the Muslims)

As I was drying my hands in the bathroom this week, I wished the cleaner ‘Eid Mubarak’. The cleaner immediately… Continue reading »

Catholic education in CHCH post quake

Here in Christchurch, the effect of the earthquakes has been far reaching. In my field of education, massive changes have… Continue reading »

Should Bishop’s Conferences be disbanded?

I was having an argument the other day with someone who firmly believed that National Bishop’s Conferences should be abolished…. Continue reading »

Year of Faith

To mark the Year of Faith my diocese are running a series of lectures in different parishes on the documents… Continue reading »