Friday, April 8, 2011

  • Task organization and email processing at home.
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Responded via email to several detailed questions from the cathedral staff regarding Triduum liturgies. 
  • Pondered, and consulted with the Archdeacon and others, over some delicate administrative issues related to our diocesan summer camping program for children and youth. This will certainly test whether I received any extra dollops of tact and wisdom when I was consecrated!
  • Took my ordination certificate (an impressive document, with two large purple ribbons and 21 red wax seals) in to be framed. Caught a meatball marinara at Subway on the run for lunch.
  • Accompanied the Archdeacon to a downtown religious supply store to look at crucifixes. I've been hunting a largish one (30', ideally) for one of the walls in my office. We came back with a potential candidate for a "tryout."
  • Back to the camp issue. Made a call to the (provisional) Bishop of Quincy (TEC) to discuss some points. Called Fr Swan for some more information. Called Bishop Buchanan again. 
  • Resgistered, arranged for payment, and made travel plans for attendance at the College for Bishops program for new bishops in North Carolina next month.
  • Spoke with two priests at some length regarding the person whose canonical exams I mentioned yesterday.
  • Lectio divina and Evening Prayer in the Cathderal.
  • Home in time for a brisk one-hour walk (of about four miles), grateful for the lengthening days.

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