Check it out here and you can find more links with pictures there.
Great pictures but I thought I saw a rainbow flag … It turns out to be the projector screen.
I have read John Burwell’s reports from the last two (three?) GenCons, and they are excellent. More than any other, they give a feel for what it’s like to be there. Thanks and prayers to Fr. Burwell.
These have been a great source for not only what is happening, but what it feels like. Now, if he would only implement an RSS feed. 🙂
I see he was met with such a “warm” reception. I fear it will only get worse.
[blockquote]More than any other, they give a feel for what itâ€™s like to be there.[/blockquote]
Good Heavens. (Crosses one’s self.)
So is it normal to not allow pictures in GC, especially in the bishop’s room? Why so secretive?
Someone tell him there’s a trolley that goes from the Convention Center (and the Hilton) to DLand. $4 a day, but it’s nice after a day on one’s feet in the park.
My best guess is that the “no pictures” person was just being contrary. There may be some rule against photography while the house is in session, and she was just broadening the rule. Either that or just being a pain because of the somewhat smart-aleck comment made regarding the camera. Just a guess though.
“Did you see the extra Cross? The one right here” [image of boxes piled in cross shape]. I’m getting old, and I probably need a new lense prescription; but, can anyone see a “primary” cross on the dais? All I could see was a bunch of flags (reminding me of the last GC).
#9: In the worship room with the “boxes” cross, there is a primary cross that appears on the stage above the second chair from the left.
No cross in the house chamber though, save one on the Dominican Republic flag, another for the Swiss, and three from the Union Jack.
Sitting at tables for worship services? Yuck.
The photos of the meeting hall remind me of a political convention. Then again, maybe that’s what this convention is all about!
#11 – Indaba-doo, Ubuntu-doo.