Wednesday, January 4, 2012


  • Usual morning routine. Morning Prayer in the office.
  • Completed and refined my sermon for Friday night's Celebration of a New Ministry with Fr Mark Evans and Trinity, Lincoln.
  • Began a long-deferred "scheduled maintenance" task: Updating, correcting, and purging my Contacts (all of which are stored in the visually ho-hum but workable contacts section of Gmail).
  • Lunch at home.
  • Resumed the Contacts task. Somewhat arduous and time-consuming (a lot of data entry), but important. (My technology wish list for the office would include a single database in the cloud that would continuously sync across all platforms for any authorized user. In other words, I'd like to have the diocesan directory that Sue Spring updates as a Word or PDF file on an occasional basis seamlessly integrate with my contact manager.)
  • Took a phone call from one of our rectors with some concerns about our emerging diocesan Vision for Mission. I'm always grateful for the opportunity to expound, clarify, and advocate on this.
  • Completed and refined my homily for this Sunday (Baptism of Christ) at Trinity, Jacksonville.
  • Drafted a homily for my guest appearance on Candlemas (February 2) at St Paul's, K Street (Washington, DC).
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.

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