A bit of a challenge

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Two courtdate updates:

(1)  Father John E Sullivan

25 February 2014: 09:30 am, courtroom #101 “to be spoken to,”  North Bay, Ontario court house (360 Plouffe Street)

The revolving door.  Those poor complainants and their families.  Keep them in your prayers.

(2)  Father Gary Hoskins

17 February 2014:  09:30 am, ‘to set a date,” Stephenville, Newfoundland courthouse (35 Alabama Drive)

This will probably be to set a trial date?  Last June he elected trial by judge and jury – looks it’s moving along in that direction.


There are a few new articles posted on the Brother Lawrence Lambert fic page. Scroll down the page and look for the  new links.  One article is unfortunately in French and I really would like to get a decent translation of it.  JG?  I know you’re a busy man, but, is it possible?  Is there anyone else out there who is bilingual and has some free time for a good cause?  Perhaps I could get a few names of those willing to do translations and I could then spread it around?  It’s really not too often that I feel the need to ask, but sometimes, as everyone I am sure knows,  a google translation just isn’t enough to get by :).  Here is the article:

On the occasion of Brother Marcel’s 60th anniversary, Brother  Guy Lambert talks of the time the pair spent in England, travels to Japan in 1961, and parting in 1966 (Brother Marcel is the name under which Brother Claude Villemure is known in Japan) (French text – extract from 19 October 2012 Contacts )

Brother Guy Lambert is Brother Lawrence Lambert.  It’s hard keeping a abreast who’s who with these brothers – many have names they go by at the school but also have their given names.  The Brother Marcel in the above article is Brother Claude Villemnure.  And Brother John has another name.  Ditto Brother Benoit.  Bit by bit I am sorting it out, but, it’s a bit of a challenge 🙂


I did get a few articles posted today.  Check New to the Site.


The transfer to new servers or whatever with my webhost seems to be going quite well.  I run into hiccups at my end as far as administration of the site goes, but I think things are okay for all of you?  Has anyone had trouble posting a comment, or getting an email to me?  I do hope not, but, if you do please let me know.  It is the only way I know that something is amiss.

So, that should be finished by next week, and then I have about two months to transfer the old website!  Oh joy.  I am dreading that task.  Truly dreading it, but the only way it will get done is start in and pick away.  Apparently I can move things from the website over here – I will have to sort out a way to do lay things out and then away I go.  In the long run it will be good because theinquiry.ca needs fixing up.  I have been unable to access it to add content or fix the layout for over two years now.  It’s time.  I will talk myself into it 🙂

Enough for now,


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5 Responses to A bit of a challenge

  1. JG says:

    I just noticed your “request” and read the article in question. Will translate the part under F.Guy Lambert in which he describes his 1960’s trip to England, France and the Vatican while still a student and the return trip to Japan. It reads like a boring teenagers journal and is intended for the 76th birthday of Brother Marcel who is also celebrating 60 years of religious life.
    Will send it by E-mail.

  2. Larry Green says:

    “boring teenagers journal?”

  3. JG says:

    Larry Green again!…
    Hello Larry.
    Yes Larry, I’ll translate for you; I was thinking of “maturity” vs the “immaturity” I perceive in the french text as was often discussed on this site as it concerns priests and,in this case, brothers. I know of this difference that comes with age because, imagine that, I was once a teenager with a limited view of the world, naive and boring sometimes. On top of that my children were also teenagers and I helped them move beyond those difficult years.
    Fortunately, some have “graduated” and can look back on those years with amusement. Most do move on with time…

  4. Larry Green says:

    Larry Green again?

  5. JG says:

    ….”Most do move on with time…”

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