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This post was published on Wednesday, September 16th, 2009 10:00 pm. It has been categorised under Church Great Britain Saints and been tagged under , , .
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  1. kd
    17 September 2009
    8:58 am

    Andrew, Have you ever seen the lovely French film “Therese”, directed by Alain Cavalier?
    I did many years ago, & the delicate memory of it remains. Thanks for this interesting news.

  2. Andrew Cusack
    17 September 2009
    12:07 pm

    I haven’t seen it; I’ll have to see if I can find it on dvd.

  3. 17 September 2009
    2:35 pm

    Yes, but why isn’t she coming North of the Border?

  4. Tim C
    18 September 2009
    3:51 pm

    Mark,

    You wanted devolution: Now you paddle your own canoe!

  5. kd
    18 September 2009
    4:21 pm

    Yes, it’s availble on dvd.

  6. 20 September 2009
    3:06 pm

    Tim:
    Aye, but devolution ain’t federalism… and the issue of the Scottish and English Bishops not always talking to each other was around before 1999!! ;-P

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