As anyone who has lived in Boston for anything of time knows, when we use the word "wicked!" (wik'-kid) it means something on the order of "great" or "awesome" or "terrific."
That was a wicked ride, a wicked movie, a wicked party; you get my drift. So that said, perhaps this is what the new Ordinary in Australia means in his interview with The Catholic Weekly when speaking of the Holy Ghost's sense of humor:
Fr Harry Entwistle says his conversion from Anglican to the Catholic faith can’t be explained by anything other than the Holy Spirit’s “wicked sense of humour”.
As the inaugural head of the personal ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross, a jurisdiction for former Anglicans in Australia, he said it’s “an awesome responsibility because it means that I have to lay the foundations of the Ordinariate to enable it to grow and flourish and be an evangelistic tool for the Church”.
“Apart from the legalities of erecting the Ordinariate, we’re getting enormous help from the Catholic Bishops Conference to set that up, it does mean with a shortage of few clergy we will have initially we have got to get the message out to others that we exist,” he said.
“Although we exist as an erected body that doesn’t mean that everybody knows about us. We will be hoping to encourage the Catholic bishops to spread the word. It will be a slow growth because groups will need to form. There is a group already forming in Melbourne, and hopefully soon in South Australia, and a group exists in Sydney. So it’s a question of now that the Ordinariate exists then other people may come and enquire about what it means, and whether they can be part of it.”
The rest here.