Church of St George Ethiopia

Rocio and I went to a really enjoyable party last night – basically everyone who attends the 9 am family mass at St Mary’s North Sydney was invited to a brave fellow parishioner’s house for a get together. Given that several hundred people attend that mass, I had visions Facebook-esque scenes of hundreds of unruly Catholics stampeding this kind lady’s house. As it turned out an optimum number of people turned up – not too many to make it too crowded, but more than enough (including Father Tony) for there to be a party buzz. As I was talking to one lady, she mentioned that she’d visited a Church in Ethiopia that was in the shape of a cross, cut out of stone. Instantly, I knew what she was talking about, and didn’t know how, until I realised that the night before, on page 274 of Man and his symbols (edited by CJ Jung) I’d seen exactly that Church. Just an interesting coincidence, that’s all.

Posted Saturday, November 6th, 2010 at 9:26 am
Filed Under Category: Coincidences
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