It sounds like the start of a bad joke: What do you get when you have a bunch of priests on a floating tiki bar?
But that was a real-life situation last week, and the answer is “a bit of a miracle.”
Greg Barrett captains a tiki tour boat on Lake George in New York. His crew on that particular day consisted of Paulist priests and seminarians.
As they sailed around the lake, at some point Barrett noticed a man clinging to an overturned kayak, looking to be in distress.
That man was Jimmy MacDonald of Albany. He and his family had come to the lake to enjoy a day out on the water, but as he snapped photos with his new $1,400 phone, he drifted away from the others and soon found himself alone.
The water that