Daily Archives: 18 July 2009

Inexplicable splendour of Ionian white and gold

O City city, I can sometimes hear Beside a public bar in Lower Thames Street, The pleasant whining of a mandoline … Continue reading

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Tools

Some tools for a stroll.

The umbrella… well… it is London.  The pint… well… I was thirsty.  The iPhone… well… full browser.  I got a cool rechargeable pack since these instruments are so power hungry.  It sure helped today!  As the … Continue reading

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Blognic: London II

Fr. Finigan has made a suggestion about a time and place for London II, a blognic.
He proposes on his blog Friday 24 July at 6pm so that people who are at work in London can get there. … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Soho

After a little time scoping out the location of some Wren churches in The City, I took the tube to the Soho area.
One the recommendation of His Hermeneuticalness, Fr. Finigan, I strolled over to St. Patrick’s on Soho Square to … Continue reading

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Esemeses

So far I have had 17 SMS messages on the new UK mobile number from people saying “hi” and suggesting sites to see!
07501852559

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Contrasts

London is a town of amazing contrasts. For example, you will find ancient and modern together.

By now most people recognize "the pickle" shaped building which appears in all recent movies and TV … Continue reading

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Off to town

I will head into central London for a while, afternoon and early evening.
No agenda, really.  Maybe I will head to the City to look at some old churches.  I just feel the need to walk and get some exercise.
Pray against … Continue reading

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QUAERITUR: use of the traditional Rituale Romanum

From a seminarian:
I’m a seminarian and have a few questions regarding blessings. A newly ordained priest, who is a friend of mine recently started using blessings from the 1964 Collectio Rituum. For example, he uses the Blessing for Water and … Continue reading

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