London blognic tomorrow

Tomorrow evening, there will be a London blognic with Fr Zuhlsdorf (What Does the Prayer Really Say?). Fr Z is visiting London for a couple of weeks and will be coming to Blackfen for the Mass to celebrate my silver jubilee. (You are all invited to that, too - see the this link for details.)

The blognics is a simple and informal opportunity for people interested in the Catholic blogosphere, whether bloggers or readers to meet up for a chat while Fr Z is in the country. Everyone is welcome. The last two have gone very well so I very much look forward to seeing some of you there tomorrow.

We are meeting tomorrow evening (Friday 24th) from 6-7.30pm at the Buckingham Arms in Petty France, near St James's Park tube station. After 7.30pm those who want can go on to the Ha Ha Bar in Cardinal Place (opposite Westminster Cathedral) for something to eat.

Below is the google map for the Buckingham Arms (green arrow) which you can zoom in on, look at the satellite view or street view (you can see the pub sign but street view cuts off just before the pub - presumably because it is opposite the rear of the Wellington Barracks):

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