Comments: News from the Big Blue Tent (15)

Thank you +David for your blogs. I've read them every day and been both entertained and informed by them. I'm sorry you're not staying to the conclusion - I shall have to move to another blogger to find out how the story ends.

Enjoy the singing of the 3 choirs - may the Anglican Communion still be singing the same song by the time everyone leaves Canterbury on Sunday.

Thanks again!

Posted by Reader at Thursday, 31 July 2008 at 10:12pm BST

Likewise: Thank you Bishop David for your informative and open conversations on this site. The Lambeth Conference 2008 would not have been as accessible to us in the South Pacific without your daily input.

At Saint Michael and All Angels in Christchurch, New Zealand, our early Mass this morning was for the intention of the Bishops at Lambeth - that the Life-giving Holy Spirit might renew you all in the charism of your calling.

May Justice, Peace and Love flow from the final meetings of our Church's Pastors - back to the diocese and parishes of the world God calls us all to inhabit and redeem.

Posted by Father Ron Smith at Friday, 1 August 2008 at 12:30am BST

Yes, I've enjoyed your commentaries, too, here and when referenced on Episcopal Cafe. Thanks so much.

Posted by Jay Vos at Friday, 1 August 2008 at 1:06am BST

Thank you too, +David. I too have read your daily blogs with great interest, and profit. They have informed my poor prayers. It was also good to meet you last Friday at the WATCH stall.
I am sorry you won't be there at the end, too, but for what better reason than the Three Choirs Festival. I wonder if the unnamed Tanzanian bishop was Mdimi Mhogolo of Central Tanganyika - a remarkable man with a warm and independent mind.
All good wishes

Graeme Watson, Retired priest of Stoke Newington.

Posted by Graeme Watson at Friday, 1 August 2008 at 6:39am BST
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