Saturday, 2 December 2006

Friends with Christ


It is definitely the season for renewing our contact with Christ; there is no doubt, for we who stake everything on Him, that bewilderment is the common thread of this age and that Christ is, in a sense, being judged. Well, let's be friends with Christ, at all costs. The choice we make now will mark us, our culture and the age in which we live. He is the focus, the goal and the priority of our lives. How else could we let us be called his friends.
Here's a new Blog on the net. We have got lots to do!
Fr Richard






9 comments:

Mhari said...

You've joined the blogosphere Father, how marvellous!

check out www.catholicblogs.com which has a great bit of code for daily mass readings and will add you to their database of Catholic blogs if you ask them nicely :)

Anyway, I'll link to you, and watch with interest how you develop this... God bless,
Mhari

Matt Doyle said...

HURRAY!!! I'm so happy to have you on board! Now you have to start bullying Fr. Julian to follow suit!

Alanna said...

Wow, this is terribly exciting! I'm looking forward to reading all that you have to say Father.
God bless,
Lanie

John Browne said...

Hi Father,

I'm very pleased to see you have started a Blog - keep it up.

You will remember me from the Cana retreat last Summer, where you gave a talk and cooked a fine meal...

John Browne

PS I have linked you to my Blog: http://johnbrowne.wordpress.com

Richard said...

Welcome to the world of blogland Fr. Richard. Looking forward to reading your comments as it grows!
Pax
Richard
http://catholicjoy.blogspirit.com/

Richard said...

Welcome to the world of blogland Fr. Richard. Looking forward to reading your comments as it grows!
Pax
Richard
http://catholicjoy.blogspirit.com/

fr richard said...

Such a lot of joy! I'm v glad that you are all pleased with this. I'm open to suggestions about topics etc. Fr Richard

Carmel said...

Glad to see this, Father. I have passed on the details to a young relation of mine who, having just completed an English degree, is making his way in the world of journalism. I have asked him to add this to his mission in life!

Niamh- the changing heathen said...

well done father!