Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Wednesday (Our Lady of Guadalupe)

  • Morning Prayer in the home oratory. Task planning and internet skimming over breakfast.
  • Mixed it up with my notes on the readings for Epiphany (Sunday, Jan. 6 at Trinity, Jacksonville) and came out of the fray with a homiletical message statement, to be further developed.
  • Responded to a couple of emails from the Bishop of Tabora.
  • Conceived and hatched a homily for Christmas Eve (at the cathedral).
  • Made arrangements to make my pre-Christmas confession next week.
  • Lunched on leftovers.
  • Took Brenda to see her primary-care physician, following up on her episode on Saturday. More tests ordered. While in the waiting room, processed some newly-arrived emails.
  • Took the 75-minute walk that has become a fixture of my days. I'm committed to keeping the pedal to the medal on exercise. I want to stay healthy and energetic as long as I can.
  • Mored the ball several yards down the field toward adapting and "Anglicizing" the Roman Catholic rite for exorcism, for use, if and when needed, by our diocesan exorcist. This is an ongoing project.
  • Evening Prayer with Brenda.

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