Thursday, 14 February 2008

Apologies

Apologies for the gaps in postings; these are due to illness, and I will have to take some time off to recover.

18 comments:

Recusant said...

Sorry to hear that Monsignor. Get better soon. And don't lose the mellifluous quality of your singing voice!

Anonymous said...

Hope this is nothing too serious, especially with the added stress of fundraising for the building repairs. You are in all our prayers, Monsignor.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry. I hope you're better soon. You will be missed here.

universal doctor said...

We wish you a speedy recovery Monsignor, and keep you in our prayers.

Anonymous said...

God speed your recovery.

Benfan

Anonymous said...

That's a fantastic photo. The light in the Cathedral at certain times of the day is really magical, particularly with such large expanses of wall to act as a canvas. It makes you wonder how that same photo would look with mosaic rather than bare brick.

Anonymous said...

Msgr Langham I will pray for your speedy recovery.

I very much like reading your blog. I knew nothing about Byzantine church architecture until I began reading your blog. The photos you post of the cathedral are poetic in their simplicity.

Sharon

Dr. Peter H. Wright said...

Get well soon, Monsignore.
Rest !!

Fr Ray Blake said...

I hope it is nothing serious, you are in my prayers.

;-) said...

I was here 2 weeks ago. It is special place for me. God bless U all.

Jude said...

Get well soon!

Anonymous said...

Hello Father I hope you are feeling better

Andrew Teather said...

I am sorry that you are still ill. You remain in our prayers.

John Miller said...

Monsignor Langham,
I am praying for your recovery from illness, and hope that you are on your way to feeling better.

Anonymous said...

Get well soon Father, you are in my prayers

Anonymous said...

Must be serious.
Hope it passes soon. Will include you in our family prayers.

Benfan

Anonymous said...

God speed in getting better Msgr Mark.

John

Fr Jay Scott Newman said...

Be well, brother. May the LORD be gracious to you in these days of Passiontide.