In London in the afternoon

I will be in central London this afternoon, probably in some museum or other.  FWIW.

Perhaps a pint will be found when the museum closes or I have seen enough!

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5 Responses to In London in the afternoon

  1. Andrew, medievalist says:

    If you make it to South Kensington, Father, check out the newly restored medieval rooms in the V&A, which I think have re-opened. They promise to have many interesting ecclesiastical artifacts.

  2. pammie says:

    Make sure to go to Tyburn and meet Mother Edmund Campion. She’s wonderful.

  3. MargaretMN says:

    The museum at Tyburn is a must see, if it’s open. It brings the stories of English Catholic martyrdom alive. Mostly because a lot of the relics are of people you’ve never heard of who may have only done one really important thing in their lives.

  4. irishgirl says:

    Yes, Father Z, make it to Tyburn!

  5. mike hurcum says:

    Father
    Troll the internet for Our Lady of Pew (Puis) Virgo Potens England’s Dowry for Mary. Then please post a photo of the Chapel where the statue stood.