HEART WATCH! DAY 16: His Hermeneuticalness’ Health UPDATE

15_12_19_heart_watchHere is your HHH UPDATE for Day 10 of…

HEART WATCH!

Fr. Finigan is in the hospital after a
“Minor Cardiac Episode.”

The other day Father was transferred to a spiffy new clinic whence he has a view of Parliament.

(Thanks for the homage in the tweet!)

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The GREAT NEWS is that the surgery went well.

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So, everyone, Father isn’t entirely out of the weeds yet.  He still needs your support in prayer and in bottles of Scotch.

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10 Responses to HEART WATCH! DAY 16: His Hermeneuticalness’ Health UPDATE

  1. toasting Father’s recovery with 2 fingers of Balvenie 18, and warm wishes to everyone here, especially our host, for a fruitful and blessed 2016.

  2. Tony Phillips says:

    Good news. Look forward to Monday evening EF Mass with Fr F when he’s back in form.

  3. John Fannon says:

    Excellent news, thanks be to God. I haven’t got any Balvennie but I can celebrate with a decent Italian Red.

    Thanks too, to you Father for keeping us informed.

  4. Kathleen10 says:

    You’re doing great Fr. Finigan! Hang in there. :)

  5. acardnal says:

    First Friday today. We honor the Sacred Heart. Good day to have heart surgery.

  6. dowirz says:

    Half a dram of Johnnie Walker Green Label (15 YO Blended Malt) in honor of Fr Finigan’s continued recovery. Perhaps I should ship him some California Heart Medicine (wine).

  7. excalibur says:

    Father Z, thanks for keeping us up to date.

    A speedy recovery to Father Finigan!

  8. Maltese says:

    I’m praying for Fr. Finigan. I have heart trouble on all sides of my family. The heart pumps 2,000 gallons of blood a day–take care of it; it is a gift from God, not to be taken lightly.

  9. Suburbanbanshee says:

    Hurray for Father Finigan and his doctors! Get well soon!

    I suspect that having strong lungs from regular singing and chanting will help his recovery. But let’s keep praying for him!

  10. Semper Gumby says:

    Good news about Fr. Finigan. Prayers for his speedy recovery.