Cui resistite fortes fide
Haven't had a chance to look at it all, but it seems good.I wondered about some of the language though. The Church has 'services' every day sounds a bit protestant - the Church has Mass every day - which is of course service in the liturgical sense - but 'services' is the usual protestant word for what is not Mass.On the theological page, the articles linked are presented as 'The Vatican view' which doesn't give the impression of the views expressed being 'whole Church' beliefs. Maybe 'some articles from the Vatican website' would be clearer?These are small points though - well done to the webmaster.
Well done John. Looks wonderful!
I think it's a great site, but I have to agree with Elizabeth from Sussex that the language is very Protestant - the reference to you as "The Church Priest" (under Clergy) and the list of former "Church Rectors" (under History) sounds very odd.As Elizabeth says, these are very minor points, and can be tweaked in due course...Beautiful photos. I notice that they are copyrighted - does that mean that we bloggers can't half-inch them?;-)
Mac, The parish priests here were Rectors until 19errr. My biretta hangs on a peg marked "The Rector", next to curates 1-4, now sadly unoccuppied.As for the photographs, mine and Mele's are not copywrighted, only Henry's are. Mele and I believe in internet liberty etc. Copywrighting seems to belong to -people like the Tablet. We will have work on that. I think you will only be done if you misuse the pics.
ps.I am useless at proof reading, as my blog testifies, so thanks.
I think it is a good well done site. I would to know how much this gentlemen charge for the work.my email email@example.comI agree to some comments, that it sound like anglican service. Be more catholic. Fr Roberto
Father,John did out of love for our parish and the Church.
Wow! So many confessions available Father:) My own parish only offers confession once a month on Saturday, and only for 1/2 an hour at that. Confession is also offered by appointment, but it's not always easy to get one of those. Thankfully there are other parishes nearby that have a few more confession times, even once a week for a few hours at a couple of them.The site was beautiful. Your church is beautiful. We have some like that here, but most of the ones in my area (Mesa, Arizona, USA) are more like large auditoriums.It's wonderful that people share their talents to help you promote your community on the web. You are very blessed to have been given such a gift:)Prayers offered for all:)M.J. Joachim
Looks great. Just a few things:How about a pic. of your Servant of God? Under 'Donations', what on earth is a chouse? My ignorance, perhaps, but not in my dictionary; at least, it says a chouse is a cheat or a swindler - do you really want people to make one of those out??Also, get rid of the apostrophe in 'The History of the church and it's rectors'!
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