When Mgr. Bruno Scott James died in 1984, his great friend, Bishop Gordon Wheeler of Leeds, spoke of him in the fondest of tributes: “Enveloped in a black cloak, his head shorn, and with a Siamese cat perched on his shoulder, sitting on the steps of the Slipper Chapel and pouring out patristic wisdom was an inspiration to many. He had a great gift of prayer himself and was able to communicate this to others.”
Rest in peace dear Mgr. Bruno Scott James and may your dream of Walsingham becoming a power-house of prayer become an even greater reality.