4/27/2007

A note of thanks....

Sometime in the early morning hours this blog received its 250,000th visitor. Someone from England who touched lightly for one page view and left. The 250,001st visitor stayed for 10 minutes. Thanks to all of you for visiting. The next 1/4 million should take about two years.

The purpose of this blog is to explore the future of Anglicanism. I remain convinced that there is a future for this way of being part of the Christian community and that the Episcopal Church has a vocation within that future. Hold on to your hats, its going to be an interesting ride!

250,000

4 comments:

  1. I like the new look, Mark. Now, that cute little shack looks familiar to this former Lewesite (from Shipcarpenter Street). Should it be? Anyway, very nice indeed.

    Congratulations on your first quarter million! Quality shows.
    Lois Keen

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  2. And thank you for all your hard work, serious thoughts, and sharing with us your insight (which is clearly superior to mine!) into the Anglican/Episcopal world... you are a treasure to those out here working to make sense of what can only be considered a sad situation.

    Many many thanks!

    clumber

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  3. No, don't thank us. We only come here because you are so very thoughtful. You bolster us on our worst days.

    Thank YOU.

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  4. Thanks for all you do here, Fr. Mark. Like Lois said, I like your new look. And for some reason I can see it more often, so the count may go up faster than you think!

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