New BlogBook

6a00e3982401d788330115713ea98b970b-320piI’m not the best at writing a blog, but I thought I would write one to test the features on the new website for Fr Antonios.

As you probably know Fr Antonios has written amazing articles in the past and youth from all the different churches are being enriched with this great spiritual resource. To enable a more users to interact and benefit from the website we have significantly improved the usability, look ‘n feel and connectivity of the site. One of the main features is the ability to interact with your facebook account and Fr Antonios’ articles. Commenting and sharing articles allows you to you to interact with your facebook friends making it more engaging.

Please let us know of any feedback or suggestions you have.

God Bless

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9 Replies to “New BlogBook”

  1. Oh.. I forgot to mention this post was written by Michael =)

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  2. Good stuff Micmek!

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  3. Thanks Sherry! =)

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  4. I just realised it’s not asking to post back to facebook.. hmm.. let me try again. now it worked =)

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  5. great work bill 🙂

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  6. So is this gonna show up on Facebook?

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  7. it should if you allow it to publish the story to your facebook profile

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  8. Great job mate …keep up the good work , God bless..

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  9. Just to add to the independents story – Andrew Wilkie who also became key in this hung parliament is definitely a character worth highlighting.

    Wilkie resigned from his intelligence role, in the run up to Iraq war in 2003 as he encountered ethical conflict between his respect for the truth and his job. There was no valid evidence supporting pre-war claims of “weapons of mass destruction” and he advised the government, although they chose to ignore this. Wilkie had conviction and was true to his ethics.

    Here’s hoping there are more honest and ethical politicians/independents entering our government.

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