The UK trip continues

This evening took me away from Fr. Finigan’s place down to the coast and Brighton, where Fr. Blake is pastor at St. Mary Magdalen parish. 

I came in on the late side, but we dashed out to a fine Chinese restaurant for some Hong Kong style steamed sea bass with ginger and scallions.  It was a wonderful light supper that hit the spot.

It is raining and windy now.

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  1. danphunter1 says:

    The NY Giants have just beaten the New England Patriots in the Superbowl, 17-14.

  2. Malta says:

    Fr. Z, if you’re ever in New Mexico, my wife and I will serve you up some King Crab Legs with butter sauce that will knock your socks off!


  3. Christopher says:

    Hey Father Z,

    This is Christopher from back in Kansas City and if you are so inclined as I know you dont usually go for this sort of stuff (neither do I) but I have tagged you for an interesting MeMe:

    Check it out

    I hope your UK trip is going as well as it reads from here

    God Bless


  4. Mac McLernon says:

    Glad to see you made it safely… and thanks for the plug ;-D

  5. Pelicanus says:

    Raining and windy?

    I should get use to it, Father! Accept my apologies.

  6. Wayne Ratzinger says:

    Dear Fr Z…..while you are in Brighton ask Fr Blake to direct you to St Hugh’s Charterhouse. You wont get Chinese food but the Boys make some real Kickin’ Cider. Tell them Wayne sent you, we go back a ways, I’m sure they will have a spare Flagon or twain…..Fr Finnegan’s beer is ….well not in the same league really…!!!!

  7. Dear Father Z,

    I have an urgent prayer request. A young woman Melissa is fighting for her life and needs a miracle. Please keep her in your prayers. You can find out more at

    Thank you!

  8. danphunter1 says:

    God bless Melissa and you.
    I prayed the chaplet of St Peregrine for Melissa and please God let her recover, soon.
    “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ,the Father of all mercies, and the God of all comfort, who comforteth us in all our tribulation.” Amen

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