the new venture

Mar 2, 2013

I am grateful to the Jason McTague and Tim Malone of the Youth Team of the Catholic Diocese of Christchurch for making the new venture “food for faith – in a minute” possible. Jason and Tim are the ‘production team’.

Our hope is to present food for faith in brief (around three minutes) video clips. These will be stored on a youtube channel (foodforfaithtv), but your easiest access to the clips is through this blog.

In the past day or two we have been getting things up and running with a slight hiccup (due to my mistake – not the team!) So far two clips have been uploaded and others will follow at the rate of a couple a week. The clips will be listed with “in a minute” in their title to differentiate them from the written blogs.

Feel free to invite your friends to type ‘food for faith’ into a google search to take them to this blog, and the video links.

As always your feedback, comments, questions and suggestions are welcome.

In Christ
Fr. John

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