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posted by Paulinus at 7:34 PM
May I suggest Fr Nicholas Schofield, blog- Roman Miscellany. Celebrates the EF and as he has just recently become a parish priest he may very well be able to make great use of them! Our Lady of Lourdes and St MichaelParish Address: The Presbytery, Osborn Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UB8 1UE Tel:01895 233 193Email:Uxbridge@rcdow.org.uk
If you haven't found a home for the black vestments yet, you might like to contact "Fr Mildew". He wrote this in a post on 4th Januaryproblems arising from a funeral Mass tomorrow for ~~Denis Whitehouse...I found the church where the service is to be held did not have black vestments and this is to be an EF Requiem.I don't know what church that was but you can contact him at http://michaelclifton.blogspot.com/
Wot? No Scots priests in need of black? I'll send them south of the border if I don't hear from ye by Sunday!
Re the coeliac thing - a random tip for cooking -I was faced with making pierogi with gluten-free flour a few years ago. This doesn't work, for the obvious reason that mixing gluten-free flour and water doesn't give you a dough that sticks together. I made some potato-flour glue (mix some potato flour with a litle cold water, and then stir this liquid into boiling-hot water). Adding this to the mixture made it possible to work it almost normally. FWIW.
Paulinus, I am a Scot, educating and evangelising these Sassenachs, though my own children are English by birth! Fr Nicholas is a great priest and would, I am sure, honour the Scottish origin of these beautiful vestments!
If you haven't found a home yet, I know a priest in the Archdiocese of Denver who would appreciate them. If you'd please contact me at carl (dot) bunderson (at) gmail (dot) com, I'll put you two in contact.
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