An ANZAC Prayer

Read Full Article Filed on 25 April 2018

We have been called, rather disparagingly, by those who currently seek to destroy, “the Nations of the Cross” (Libya, on the beach “A message signed in blood, to the nations of the cross”). And yes, Lord, we wear the cross as a badge of honour and we place it, with solemnity, on the tombs of those who have fallen and we are sobered as we survey those fields of crosses.


Read Full Article Filed on 13 April 2017

The words are immortal: Greater love hath no man more than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

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Read Full Article Filed on 11 April 2017

Today is the day my Uncle Ernest (Dalziell), aged 19, died 100 yrs ago on the first day of the Australian advance on Bullecourt. 11 April, 1917