Fr. Z on the move

This morning I head to the airport to fly back to the USA.   I won’t have a lot of time when I change planes after customs, so I am unsure about getting online until… well… late.

I have a lot of really interesting e-mail in my mailbox this morning.  Thanks.  Please know that I will read it with interest.

Also, a couple more kind souls have used the donation button on the left side bar.  I am very grateful.  This makes my life a great deal less complicated, I can assure you.

My time in the UK, and Rome, has been very rewarding.  I met many very good people associated with the movement around the older form of Mass. I had a chance to speak to a fine group of priests about the Motu Proprio.  The clergy I have met are exceptional men. 

This has been an enlightening experience.  To those of you whom I met in the UK reading this, I send greetings and thanks.

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4 Responses to Fr. Z on the move

  1. Chris says:

    Thank you Father. Your blog is of great help. The news and discussions you give and host encourage me. You are also not afraid to admonish.
    Thank you again
    Chris

  2. danphunter1 says:

    Godspeed on your trip, Father.
    Any chance you grace us with your prescence in the Diocese of Raleigh someday?
    His Excellency Bishop Burbidge would welcome you to offer the Tridentine Mass here.
    God bless you.

  3. Glad you enjoyed your visit to England, Father.
    Your blog is very popular over here.
    Come and visit us again soon.

    I suppose you already know there has been one Pontifical Mass in the old use, celebrated by Bishop Longley, auxiliary in Westminster.
    This was a Solemn requiem for the bicentenary of the death of Prince Henry, Cardinal Duke of York, who died in Italy in 1807.

    It is the only Pontifical Mass in the old use to have been celebrated in England since “Summorum Pontificum”.

    I think it could be a long wait until the next such Pontifical Mass in England.
    I’m not holding my breath.

  4. Fr Justin says:

    Lovely to see you at West Grinstead, Fr; thanks for all your kind support.