Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Transfiguration

  • Devotions in the cathedral; Morning Prayer in the office.
  • Prepared to preside and preach at the midday Mass.
  • Took care of three hanging pastoral/administrative concerns via email.
  • Attended a regular monthly meeting of clergy associated with St Paul's Cathedral (Interim Provost Tucker, Archdeacon Denney, Fr Franklin, Fr Stormer, Deacon Bradley, Deacon Raschke).
  • Refined and printed a working text of a homily Proper 15 (at St Timothy's, Salem, OR, while on vacation later this month).
  • Took a walk around two blocks.
  • Presided and preached at the cathedral Mass for the Feast of the Transfiguration or Our Lord Jesus Christ.
  • Lunch from KFC, eaten at home.
  • Laid out the broad strokes of my address to the annual synod of the diocese on October 10.
  • Attended via email to an ongoing conversation with my colleague bishops in the Communion Partners group.
  • Took another walk around two blocks.
  • In response to a request from one of the editors of The Anglican Digest, I revised, updated, and edited a seven-year old blog post on an Advent/Christmas theme. Look for it, I presume, in the Advent issue of TAD.
  • Responded to three late-arriving emails, and took care of a routine personal organization chore.
  • Evening Prayer in the office.

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