A Park Bench is dedicated to Fr. Aidan Baker, C.P.

A park bench is dedicated to Fr. Aidan Baker, CP in Waterlow Park, Highgate Village in London, England.

Aidan was born a few miles down the road closer to London city.
As a child he moved up to the suburb of Highgate, which is where he first met the Nobis
Astrid
Passionists.
He has worked as a public servant for some years before joining the Passionists.

As a Passionist, he was assigned as the headmaster or Principal, at Blythe Hall near Sutton in the north of England, which was the junior Seminary. He held that position for over 20 years.
He was an expert in English and could quote Nobis
Audrina
Shakespeare and many English poets by heart.
He also loved cricket which makes him a man of great discernment and taste.

Fr Aidan Baker was born in London on 5 May 1920.
He received his religious profession on 15 October 1939.
and was ordained priest on 28 April 1945.
Fr. Aidan died in London on 29 November 2012.

 

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