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Florists and chocolatiers around the world are in their element today. Valentine’s Day is one of the two biggest days of the year for them, the other being Mother’s Day. Unlike Mother’s Day jewellers are also doing a brisk trade today. Diamonds are the rocks which seem to have the most advertising space. A card, flowers, chocolates, an intimate dinner for two or a new diamond bracelet are all guaranteed to be evidence of love.
The first time I sat in the Archbishop’s Office in Church House was in early November last
year. I was meeting with Bishop Kate. On previous visits in the last few years the Cathedral Square, Treasury and library building were all underway, but my last memory of the Church House building was a hole in the ground surrounded by builders’ fencing. By November everything was different, building finished, the Cathedral Song School had been opened just a few weeks earlier and Perth was drenched in her spring colours, the blues of sky and river, eucalypt and other greens spread out from the Supreme Court
Gardens to Government House.
The Eighth Archbishop of Perth and Metropolitan of Western Australia, Kay Maree Goldsworthy AO was installed at St George’s Cathedral on Saturday 10 February 2018. The warmest congratulations, prayers and good wishes are extended to her. Read the Order of Service here.
A TRAILBLAZER for three decades, Bishop Kay Goldsworthy is accustomed to “firsts” and smashing through the “stained glass ceiling”.
She was among the first group of women to be ordained as priests in Australia in 1992. Then in 2008, she became the nation’s first female bishop.
In the 1950s it was known as ‘the wedding church’. Everything old is new again. St Peter’s Church in @townofvicpark featured on @TodayTonightWA with a bride of the era http://bit.ly/2CpYoeR
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