day is done

Oct 13, 2010

It has been a long day.

Today our two meetings for the Thanksgiving Programme were held. The first, this afternoon, filled the Bishop Joyce Centre. A smaller (but still most satisfying) number gathered this evening. The co-ordinator of the Diocesan Thanksgiving Programme presented the process, with statistics and hopes to us.

The response of those present was very positive. A good number of parishioners signed up to form visiting teams. This will enable us to make contact with all those on the parish roll.

Please keep the process in your prayer, especially over these next few weeks.

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