Fr. James Bradley, former Communications Officer for the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, now in the United States about to begin a plan of studies in canon law, celebrated the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass for Trinity XI, yesterday, 11 August 2013. Fr. Bradley also preached the homily while Pastor of Incarnation Catholic […]
Absolute filth! Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us!
This morning I attended the ordination of William “Doc” Holiday, a former Anglican priest and good friend, to the Catholic diaconate. The ordination took place at Incarnation Catholic Church, in Orlando, Florida, formerly the Anglican Cathedral of the Incarnation, for which, as Rector’s Warden, I had the honour of organising the process by which the […]
Yesterday, while in the checkout queue at Lombardi’s Seafood in Winter Park (with my haul of six rainbow trout), a nervous and clearly deferent redneck comes up to me, curious about my kilt and hose. “I don’t mean to be nosey… but is what you’re wearing for work, or do you always dress that way?” I […]
It looks like we’re in store for at least an entire day of overcast skies and more or less steady rain from the tropical storm out in the Gulf of Mexico. I love those rare mornings (at least in Florida) where the ambient light is the same at 8:00 AM as it was at 6:00 […]
It doesn’t look like the heart of the storm is going to come anywhere near Orlando, so I’m calling off the hurricane party. However, we should get some good intense downpours from Isaac; indeed, the first outer band of the tropical storm just went through (though the centre of the storm is currently in the […]