• Up, put together, and in the cathedral by 0715 for devotions and Morning Prayer,
  • Kept an 0800 dental hygiene appointment. Picked up a chicken biscuit at Hardee’s on my way back to the office.
  • Triaged my email–responded to some, created tasks from others. Organized tasks for the day.
  • Attended the regular semi-annual meeting of the diocesan trustees. (This is the group that oversees our investments.)
  • Met briefly with one of the trustees in his capacity as a member of the camp board.
  • Stepped across the alley and met briefly with the Dean on details about the Society of King Charles the Martyr Annual Mass & Luncheon at the cathedral on February 1.
  • Responded by email to some administrative questions from wardens in two our our Eucharistic Communities in pastoral hiatus. Responded to a couple of inquiries from the Communications Coordinator. Responded to a question from one of our seminarians.
  • Lunch from 5-Guys. Eaten in my car while listening to the impeachment hearings on the radio.
  • Did the finish work on my homily for this Sunday (Trinity, Mattoon). Put hard copy in the car and scheduled it for website posting.
  • Spoke by phone with one of our seminarians over a question that has arisen.
  • Spent a “holy hour” in contemplative prayer in the cathedral.
  • Roughed out a liturgy plan for the Annual Mass of the Society of King Charles the Martyr, which the cathedral is hosting on February 1. This was rather daunting, since there are some rather “niche” hymns floating around out there for this “niche” feast. I think it will turn out quite lovely, however.
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.
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