Hiatus for kiwianglo

My wife, Diana, and I will be travelling to Rome and Assisi tomorrow, 3 June 2013, for a few days of Franciscan relaxation. We will be in Europe and (mostly) England for a total of two months – for a time of rest and refreshment with Family and Friends.

My posts will therefore, of necessity, be few and far between – until our return to New Zealand at the end of July. However, while in England, we shall be near to the Church of England’s General Synod discussion on the vexed subject of the Ordination of Women Bishops – which we both hope will issue in a non-trammelled piece of legislation that will permit a woman to be a diocesan bishop with full authority in her diocese.

I may, from time to time – computers being available to me – do the odd posting, and would not like to lose your readership.

Yours, en Christo, Father Ron

About kiwianglo

Retired Anglican priest, living in Christchurch, New Zealand. Ardent supporter of LGBT Community, and blogger on 'Thinking Anglicans UK' site. Theology: liberal, Anglo-Catholic & traditional. regarding each person as a unique expression of Christ, and therefore lovable.
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9 Responses to Hiatus for kiwianglo

  1. Wishing you both Bon Voyage and many blessings, With thanks for all your hard work and valued commentary.

  2. Brian Ralph says:

    Yes, blessings on your journey. I was in Rome 2 weeks ago. Have been in Florence, Cinque terre and Paris since and have just arrived in Switzerland. Your journey sound much more tranquil.

    • kiwianglo says:

      Gee, Brian, how we adoptive Kiwis do get around. Diana and I are slummimg it at the Singapore Airport at this very momemt. We have about a six hour wait for our SQ connection to Rome. I figure we’re going to pretty bushed by the time we actually get to Assisi.

  3. Ed Fordyce says:

    Need a butler to go along with you?

  4. Kurt Hill says:

    Have a good holiday!

    Kurt Hill
    Brooklyn, NY

  5. Thanks, Kurt. Will try to post from ASSISI TODAY? agape.

  6. There has been a long absence, I’m afraid, from my blog. All sorts of frustrating incidents have denied me the privilege of continuance. However, we are now ensconced in our delightful little apartment in Barcelona (08028 con Breixa 6, Les Corts, BCN, and have managed a wifi connex. We hope to get thelocal train up to MONSERRAT (Our Lady of- ) tomorow, Thursday, and will enjoy the cooler air up in the clouds.

    • Furhter news from Barcelona. Diana and I queued for almost two hours yesterday, to pay our respects at the Shrine of Our Lady of Montserrat. The pilgrimage, through a series of chapels dedicated various of the Saints of The Church, was quite a spiritual experience, ending up in a short time of individual prayers before the centuries old statue of the BVM & Child. Today, we were satisfied with a visit to the Picasso Museum in the old quarter of Barcellona, before a meal at a pavement czfe. Wefelt that such places would do a service to NZ tourism. Off to London, and relatives, tomorrow.

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