Welcome to my website. The visitor will find here information about my books and writing and issues related to the Catholic Church. This website has been in operation since 2002.
Gerard Charles Wilson
GERARD HENDERSON’S REVIEW OF LOUISE MILLIGAN’S DELUSIONS
TONY ABBOTT AND THE TIMES OF REVOLUTION
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The header is of me with my beloved Britsh racing green MGA in 1967 when Australia was on the edge of a cultural revolution that has left Church and (Christian) state in ruins.
The photo below is of the Barwon Road (Lane Cove) gang taken by my dad during the Christmas holidays 1949/1950. It is one of my favourites from my idyllic childhood when Church and (Christian) state were intact. It is truly a fifties scene. From left to right are Christine and John Allison, Michael, my brother, my best mate Pete Allison, me, Marie holding Narelle Wilson. The third title in my family history series, ME AND PETE, will be about the Barwon Road gang.
Summer in Sydney, Christmas 1955, the Barwon Road gang.
Scooters, bikes, Saturday matinees, acrobatics, tree-climbing, wandering where you wanted free of risk – these were idyllic days of the fifties kids. See ME AND PETE. This photo was taken in the summer of 1954/55, a typical hot summer’s day in Sydney.
Christmas dinner in the backyard
This is a classic Australian Christmas scene. It’s one of my favourite photos from my childhood taken by my dad in December 1951. The Bert Wilson clan was gathered in my grandparents’ backyard in Baldry Street, Chatswood. There are some very outspoken aunts around that table. See ME AND PETE .