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Hi to all on 'the page'. We're nearly finished for this session now. Hope everyone enjoyed (if that isn't too strong a word) this great new adventure.


-- Anonymous, June 08, 2002


Hi, folks - greetings from the margins ! I saw the suggestion of reading a book 'together' and thought it was a great idea. Sorry for the delay in responding, but there are two books that come to mind as possible shared reading : Maria Harris, PROCLAIM JUBILEE

-- Anonymous, June 30, 2002

Hi, folks - greetings from the margins ! I saw the suggestion of reading a book 'together' and thought it was a great idea. Sorry for the delay in responding, but there are two books that come to mind as possible shared reading : Maria Harris, PROCLAIM JUBILEE, a spirituality for the 21st century, Kentucky (Westminster John Knox Press) 1996 (ISBN 0-664-25661-9) Anne Thurston, KNOWING HER PLACE, gender and the gospels, Dublin (Gill and Macmillan) 1998 (0 7171 2679 X). I have read both, and found them excellent. I am sure they are available in Cathedral Books. Be good ! joe

-- Anonymous, June 30, 2002

Hi! everyone yes I certainly did enjoy the 'sessioon'as you called it Hope to se everyone next Sat.for the last day and hope everyone is coming back next year.See you Saturday D.V.

-- Anonymous, June 09, 2002

HI! everyone. Yes I enjoyed the challenge of this module, 'cos I found the going tough betimes. Meeting deadlines is difficult too when working. However I'm really glad to have had opportunity to do it, and hope to continue next year. See you all on Sat. next--anyone know what time?

-- Anonymous, June 10, 2002

Hi all,

Just to say hope you all had a good day today. I enjoyed meeting up with the other 'theologians'. Leonard - hope you found your belongings. Looking forward to an essay free summer and also to getting back to the books in September.

-- Anonymous, June 15, 2002

Hello everyoneHad a great day yesterday, great meeting everyone again Hope Leonard found his bag Catherine

-- Anonymous, June 16, 2002

Hi to all. No sign of the bag or its contents, yet. I may have lost a few bits; however, I've gained much more with the course. Again well done to the team. Hope to see you all again on the next module. I didn't get a chance to say it on Saturday, but that dam flaring forth book nearly finished me off sooner. However I struggled on and eventually it made a bit of sense. What other mysteries are to come?


-- Anonymous, June 17, 2002

The bag is found and returned. Thanks to all for the kind wishes


-- Anonymous, June 18, 2002

Hi all, I thought the course was fantastic, I really enjoyed it and am definitely coming back next year. The closing day was most enjoyable and glad to have met so many kindred spirits. Leonard, delighted the bag was found and look forward to meeting you and everyone else again next module. I actually loved 'The Book' (alias 'The Universe Story') but hope we don't have to contend with anything quite as 'different' in the next module. Have a lovely Summer, see you all in September D.V. and well done to Joe and the Team. Elizabeth.

-- Anonymous, June 22, 2002

It seems there are two pages on the go .I thought there was no one left in the world but me .Great that you got your bag Leonard and all contents intact.Strange that!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wonder how it got out in the grounds.Why don't we all keep in touch over the summer particularly some of the "theologians2 from North, south, east, and west,has anyone got any good suggestions for reading ,if so why don't some of us read the same book andd discuss it over the web.very good for keeping the mind working during the hols?????????????? good summer to all.Marlene

-- Anonymous, June 26, 2002


What a wonderful idea! "so why don't some of us read the same book and discuss it over the web." Do you have one in mind?? I came across a review in The Irish Catholic 20Th. June it's about a book called "Seeking Jesus of Nazareth" an introduction to Christology of the four Gospels by Maurice Hogan SSC. Published by The Columba Press. Euro 11.45. Part of the review goes as follows " The book would be excellent for an adult Scripture class, for study groups, for an introductory course in a seminary. It will be useful to anyone who desires to be better aquatinted with the central question of the New Testament and Christian life. How about this one?

Has anyone else got any other books that they could suggest?

Cheers. Leonard Now back to the garden Marlene.

-- Anonymous, June 27, 2002

Hi Folks, Great suggestion that we read a book together over Summer and discuss. I was actually beginning to suffer something like 'withdrawal symtoms', not having any theology to study!!! But...which book??? Do we go for one of Joe's suggestions (June 30th) or Leonard's (June 27th)???? Someone choose??!!!!! All the best and maybe we'd all start praying for a bit of good weather as well?????? Elizabeth Byrnes.

-- Anonymous, July 01, 2002

hi everyone Have we decided on a book for the summer I thought something by Benedict Kiely but can't seem to find any on the web .Any sugestions??????????????

-- Anonymous, July 06, 2002

Happy sunnyday 14th 7th 02,have we got the summer at last? Has anyone got the books that Joe recommended? I got Proclaim Jubilee and so far so good .I have only read one chapter and there are questions at the end,I like this as it really makes one think about that particular one before going on to the next.If anyone sees thie mail will they please let me know how they answered the questions and let us get a discussion going.Or have you all gone for the summer.The other book is out of print so I don't know where to get a copy anyone got one????????.Hope to hear from you Marlene

-- Anonymous, July 15, 2002

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