Director's message (Oct 2018): "We may sometimes feel that we’re living in a betwixt and between time. Something we have longed for may come to fruition but end up being mildly disappointing, forcing us to do more soul-searching. As one family member rejoices in a life event or achievement, another family member may be struggling with disappointment and heartache—why is it that we are not all happy at the same time? ... Some of us may feel that we are in an in-between time in the church at the moment. As we work towards shaping the Plenary Council agenda, it can be frustrating for some, worried that the ‘wrong views’ will be listened to, or apprehensive about what lies ahead. ... it is at times like this, I think, that we can look to spring for inspiration. Spring shows us that everything blossoms in its own time, at its own pace and after the necessary work has been done.