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Semper Quaerens: Andrew Doohan is the Parish Priest of the Forster-Tuncurry Catholic Parish. He is also the Regional Chaplains for St. John Ambulance and for the Ambulance Service of NSW for the Manning-Hastings area. He is quick witted with a “wicked” sense of humour, and I am pround to have him as a friend.

United Macedonian Diaspora: The United Macedonian Diaspora (UMD) is an international non-governmental organisation addressing the interests and needs of Macedonians and Macedonian communities throughout the world outside of Macedonia. A diaspora (from Greek διασπορά, “scattering, dispersion”) is “the movement, migration, or scattering of people away from an established or ancestral homeland”. The views expressed on that site are those of the United Macedonian Diaspora and may not be supported by this author.

Vitaly and Jane’s Compass Tales. This blog has great photos, great stories and great interest. Vitaly takes the pix, and Jane writes the text. Have a look for yourself.

Retireediary: Find some great photos here taken by Michael Lai. There are some really excellent pictures here! Enjoy!

Travels, Trips and Tramps is my new travel blog, where photos and dialogue of my travels around the world will be located., Dont be in too much of a rush to get there yet, as there’s not much happening while I set it up. New Zealand will the first location to be tackled. Watch this space!

The Oratory of the South is a place or virtual room where people who are seeking to deepen and share their Christian spiritual journey can ‘gather’ with others to walk the journey together in mutual charity. The Oratory of the South was established as part of a response to the Tri-Diocesan Covenant that exists between the Anglican Diocese of Newcastle, the Catholic Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle, and the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay, and is a practical expression of the close bonds that exist between the three communities. Although established between Anglicans and Catholics, you are welcome here whatever your spiritual background and heritage might be.

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