Wednesday, March 19, 2014

St Joseph

  • Task organization and prioritization at home.
  • Morning Prayer in the office (the cathedral was being looked at by lighting contractors).
  • Prepped for presiding and preaching at the midday liturgy.
  • Took care of some administrative detritus regarding the cathedral and the Canterbury pilgrimage.
  • Fleshed out and printed my working notes for tonight's Lenten series presentation in Decatur, as well as next week's, since I'm going to be gone the entire time between them. 
  • Presided and preached at the Mass for St Joseph's Day--a feast always of special meaning for me, asI was consecrated a bishop three years ago today.
  • Lunch from McD's, eaten at home.
  • Reviewed the General Ordination Exam results for one of our ordinands. This involved reading the original questions, reading the candidate's essays, and reading the evaluations of the readers. Made some notes on my thoughts and included them in an email to the Archdeacon and the chair of the Commission on Ministry.
  • Scanned or otherwise processed a hefty pile of hard copy in my inbox. It is now free and clear--a rare sight that will not last long.
  • Drove to Decatur, attended Mass, shared some supper, and made my presentation on Baptism & the Catechumenate (part of the series, Unpacking Lent).

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