I was at London Bridge today…

…for the lunchtime Mass here,  chatted for a bit in the Rectory office, and then  went for a sandwich.  On opening the door into the street – drama!  Helicopters overhead, clattering loudly….police sirens wailing…people hurrying…some one...

and Red Wednesday really was a powerful experiience…

…in London, with great public buildings buildings (notably the Foreign and Commonwealth Office  in Whitehall ), lit up, and a kilted piper  playing a lament leading a procession up the aisle of Westminster Cathedral  with a great heavy wooden Cross carried by a...

…and a newer tradition…

…will be honoured in London today: RED WEDNESDAY.,  honouring religious freedom.Come and join in!  Come and make a stand for faith and freedom. Follow that link for more info… Read the Whole Article at its Original...

The traditional Mass…

…and Dinner to mark the Feast Day of St Mary’s University is on Dec 9th, as the Univ. is under the patronage of  Mary in her Immaculate Conception. Having spent much of the past two years researching and writing the history, I think I will find it  be...

Chelsea…

…rather attractive in the dusk of a November afternoon, and a cheery History Walk with a friendly group. We ended up at Allen Hall, and a warm greeting from the Rector…. Read the Whole Article at its Original...