Off to Blackfen! Fr. Finigan’s Silver Jubilee!


More at the blog of His Hermeneuticalness HERE and HERE.

Check also:

Mulier Fortis
Bara Brith
Singulare Ingenium

St Mary Magdalen, Brighton
Roman Christendom
Puella Paschalis
That the bones you have crushed may thrill
Catholic Commentary


We are off to the event! A few of us jumped up to the upper deck of our Routemaster RM5.

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  1. MargaretMN says:

    Double deckers are cute but I only had to ride in one once to discover that riding on top means that the laws of physics give you a slightly rougher ride than those on the bottom. As I am prone to motion sickness, I’ll stay down below thank you.

  2. RichR says:

    I’ve always wanted to try the upper deck on a British bus. It’s neat to at least see photos.

  3. RichR says:

    I like the updated photos of Fr. Finnigan’s parish. I wonder what it’s like, having a celebrity for a parish priest?

  4. MargaretMN says:

    Love the picture of Fr. Finnigan and the altar boys with the bus!

  5. Manrique Zabala de Arizona says:

    “His Hermeneuticalness” is looking better than ever. May God bless him with many years of service :)

    You are both in my prayers, Padres.

  6. Levavi says:

    I was fortunate to be there. It was a joyous occasion. Ad multos annos, Pater.

  7. irishgirl says:

    Great pictures of ‘His Hermeneuticalness’ at his Jubliee! Ad multos annos!

    Speaking of double-decker busses-the first time I went on one was my first visit to England in 1987. I had two companions who ran me off my feet, and they climbed very nimbly to the top of the bus. I was struggling on the staircase; and when the bus lurched ahead, I nearly fell down the stairs! I grabbed onto the handrail for dear life! But I was better on my last visit in 1999, when I was able to get on the upper deck before the bus moved. Well, it WAS a tour bus!

    Never saw ‘outside’ pics of Fr. Tim’s church-thanks for sharing them with us, Fr. Z!

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