Everything is operating smoothly in Boston. Father Hewko arrived at 5:40pm, and said Mass for the whole parish at around 6:45.
Although it is important to have a priest onsite at all times, Father needed to deliver the sacraments to those who needed them, such as the dying. This is the duty of the priest.
Boston could use a third priest, one who could stay and supervise as the other two attend to the missions. Although Fathers Pfeiffer and Hewko have done better this year with their scheduling, a third priest could significantly increase productivity.
There have been many priests who have been through Boston, including Fathers Dardis, McDonald, Voigt, Iglesias and even Bishop Williamson. I hope he may return someday to administer to the faithful, as well as to the seminarians. If he or Bishop Faure ever decide to visit Boston, I'll have some special recipes ready, and I'll pull out all the stops to ensure a pleasant stay.
So, if you are reading this, your excellencies, I would love to whip you up a fancy feast, and show you around the much-improved seminary.
Come see for yourselves the progress made here in Boston. That goes for anyone else who have reasons to doubt the validity and integrity of the seminary.
I'll be sure to leave a light on for you.