20 June 2007

Hiatus.

 

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Break out the old "Nightline" theme:

Diocese held hostage, Day 50, no blog postings by Hendersonvile renegade priest.

All kidding aside, I am curious. Have you stopped blogging because you are tired of it or under the advice of vestry/attorney? This was my window inside the church for this Sewanee grad and former Episcopalian.

21 June, 2007 11:00  
Blogger PSA+ said...

Nothing so sinister - I came back from vacation resolved to pay less attention to the internet, but more importantly, my wife and I are relocating to Charleston, SC at the beginning of July. All that comes with transitioning - in the parish, finding and (attempting) to purchase a home, packing & moving, &c - put the blog on a far back burner. I'll crank up again once settled in Charleston in the new ministry is under way.

21 June, 2007 11:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

(lol) Ok then. Good luck with the new gig.

22 June, 2007 06:52  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just out of curiosity, what is the new gig in Charleston???

22 June, 2007 07:07  
Blogger APBIDDLE said...

Have a safe trip, and let us know what happens. Rome, perhaps, under the JP2 Pastoral Dispensation? Your old diocese has lost at least 3 this year that way, and perhaps 3 more. And then there are the results from your old parish from the 40 days. It looks as if they decided to stay.

07 July, 2007 12:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For the record, they haven't decided anything yet.

14 July, 2007 17:18  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yo Pat: lost your email. lemme know what's up w/ your move, new data, etc
--Jeremy J

22 July, 2007 16:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

chirp, chirp, chirp...

vrooooooooooom!

(sound of crickets in the background with a large truck passing by)

04 September, 2007 09:51  
Blogger PSA+ said...

Will be up and running next week, possibly this week. Just starting the new gig today.

04 September, 2007 11:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hang in there pal. Know what you're going through from the opposite side

(former Episcopalian too liberal for the denomination 20 years ago, kicked out, went Jewish)

change happens and it's usually for the best

Looking forward to you resuming the blog but take care of the family/faithful first

jac

05 September, 2007 09:27  

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