Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Iam finita sunt proelia!

The book is finished!

yes, really.

really!


That's a bottle of Lanson champagne on the left, and Brunello di Montalcino on the right.

Thanks to all who have got me here today.

In Hope of Harvest, the 502-page history of St John's Seminary, Wonersh, will be available to all who suffer from insomnia or have too much time on their hands in mid-June. I wouldn't bother, if I were you.

12 comments:

Jane said...

Don't be daft Father! Can't wait to read it! Have an inkling from my own experience of how you feel now the manuscript is finally completed and sent off to publisher.

God bless,
J

IanW said...

Congratulations, Father! I take it this was a labour of love?

Fr John Hunwicke said...

Father! Your name is so Irish but your sense of self-deprecation is so disgracefully English! Humble congratulations!

Fr Tim Finigan said...

Warmest congratulations, Father. I look forward very much to reading it.

Father John Boyle said...

Well done. Are you looking forward to getting back to the parish?

gemoftheocean said...

Congrats!

Fr Míċeál Beatty said...

Well done Fr Sean . I look forward to reading it .

bedwere said...

Macte virtute!

Kate said...

I'll be looking out for it too!

GOR said...

”Euge serve bone, et fidelis…”

Congratulations Father! A labor of love I’m sure, but still a labor withal…

Andrew said...

I think you're being too modest Sean, and look forward to reading it. And I hope you drank both bottles, thereby being able to say that you restricted yourself to 2 drinks, a bottle of champers and a bottle of red!
Congrats.

A&B News Blog said...

Congratulations on this. Pauline Groves is going to print a little piece in A&B News about it. If you have a different photo you would prefer to be used than the one from the blog then send to abnews@dabnet.org
Mark