Scenes from the first day in Sydney

Scenes from the first day in Sydney
D, the Opera House, and the Bridge

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Some of my fellow tertians...

This is Arthur Leger, a Jesuit from Fiji who has been the director of a school on Chuk, in Micronesia. If you don't know where Micronesia is, this is a must for Google Earth! Arthur and I lived in the same community when we were studying theology in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

This is Charles Sim from Singapore- enjoying a relaxing cuppa tea!

And this is Peter Scally, from the British Province-- also enjoying a cuppa tea (I suspect that Peter could have been a stand up comic, and perhaps he really is!). Peter is one of the originators of the "Pray as you go" podcast and "Sacred Space,"- innovative ways of helping contemporary Catholics to pray using the latest media.

Here are Gilbert Sunghera (a California province Jesuit working at Detroit-Mercy as an architect), Bruno Brantschen (a Swiss Jesuit who works with young adults), and Bill Clark (a New England Province Jesuit who teaches theology at Holy Cross). This was from our dinner out for Chinese New Year.

And here are Johann Spermann (a Jesuit from Bavarian who is a professional psychologist) and Simon Bishop (a British Jesuit who has done a variety of ministries with young adults, and just completed a short stint in British Guyana).

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