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27 March 2012

The Feminine Approach

When I got home from work yesterday, there was a message on hy answering machine.  It was from a lady who had heard about the pilgrimage on the local radio and gone along, probably not knowing quite what to expect.  Apparently, she was so bowled over by what she saw, that she immediately joined the Latin Mass Society.

She did, however, have one small criticism, and that was that there were no flowers arranged around the base of the statue of Margaret Clitherow that was paraded through the streets of York.  Next year we will try to correct this omission.  Clearly we are lacking in feminine input.

1 comment:

David O'Neill said...

Hi Mike
Theresa & I commented on the lack of flowers too & she has offered to do them next year. Liaise with Paul as he has our offer.
Still a wonderful day coupled with what seems to have been a spectacularly successful day at New Brighton. No doubt we'll recoup to York some who this year were at New Brighton (where lots of the York folk would have liked to be too).
As the old saying goes 'you wait for ages & then 2 come together!'