John Lilburne's journal about starting a live journal and an encouraging speech from Archbishop Herranz about Church law.
1939 K Tue 9 Oct 2001
Last night I started a journal: www.livejournal.com/users/lector
I think I will continue using this one, using livejournal for talking to people. But it raises interesting questions: Who do I let read it? Who do I let write comments there? What do I do if I don't like the comments? Which other journals do I link to, making them friends? I suppose they are normal social decisions we all make, but they are made more explicitly with the livejournal choices. At present its open to anyone to write comments and I am only linked to one friend, Kellie, who gave me the code to set up the livejournal.
I was impressed with the editorial in The Australian, which I thought gave a well balanced assessment about the air strikes.
Here is an extract from the Eleventh General Congregation of the bishop's meeting.
I find it encouraging. He is highlighting the concern about liturgical laws and he seems to be encouraging the laity to take cases to the Tribunal. This has been my approach. While I seem to have been unsuccessful, perhaps what Archbishop Herranz is saying will result in more people following this approach.
Copyright J.R. Lilburne, 8 October 2001.
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