Sunday, February 03, 2008


Father Timothy Finigan from the United Kingdom is not only an extremely orthodox priest, but also a very cultured one, at that. Note the beer he is pouring.

Ironically, if you sold beer here in the USA with a name like "Bishop's Finger" it may be listed as bitters but not for tasting reasons, if you know what I mean.


Fr. John Zuhlsdorf o{]:¬) said...

Great photo!


Padre Giovanni Trigilio said...

Sorry Fr. Z, I should have footnoted the photo since I found it on your blog WDTPRS on 2 February, the Feast of Candlemas.

Fr. Finigan had just celebrated an elegant and extraordinary form of this ancient celebration. THEN he went and had some good British beverage.

Joyful Catholics said...

Where can this beer be purchased? By the way, Father, I love you and Fr. Levis. My husband and I just returned to the CC 3 years ago. We were gone for 26 years in the Evangelical fray. We're so grateful to be back! Our youngest son is now brewing his own beer. I'd love to get some of this for him. Cheers!


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