Saturday, 15 September 2007

Bloggers At Blackfen...

You can see the photos for the High Mass yesterday, and they are well worth a look. I was amused to see that all the bloggers had been singled out for their own photo-shoot...

Left to right we have the Dúnadan (Cally's Kitchen), Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (What Does The Prayer Really Say?), Fr. Nicholas Schofield (Roman Miscellany), Fr. Tim Finigan (The Hermeneutic of Continuity), and, on the far right of the photo, Fr. John Boyle (South Ashford Priest). This was one occasion when I didn't have to endure being photographed: I had already scooted back to school at this point!

7 comments:

vernon said...

Chicken!!!

vernon said...

Photos from the day's other big London High Mass at the Oratory are now also online at http://www.traditionalcatholic.org.uk.

Mac McLernon said...

Ha ! Not my fault if you were slow off the mark with the bloggers' photo-shoot..."chicken" indeed!!
;-D

vernon said...

Fr Tim didn't organise the bloggers until the end of the lunch after the Mass!

I did manage to get your face into one picture at the Mass (left hand side of IMG_0801) and, of course there was atr least one good shot of you in the Tyburn Walk set.

Mac McLernon said...

Rat! I was hoping you wouldn't spill the beans!!
;-)

gemoftheocean said...

Mac, I saw you too right up front on the right hand said of the pews. You can't hide under that mantilla!

BTW, I must say your pulpit seems to be in an "unusual place" has it always been placed there?

Mac McLernon said...

Karen, there was another woman wearing a black mantilla on the right...

...oh, ok, you mean the right side when facing the altar? Ummm... I think you got me there!

No, the lectern is usually on the sanctuary - it was moved to make room for the celebrants to sit...

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