Friday (St Edmund of East Anglia)

  • Morning Prayer in the office. (The church was being cleaned.)
  • Prepared to preside and preach the noonday liturgy.
  • Attended to several details pertaining to the transitions in two of our vacant or about-to-be vacant parishes.
  • Responded to a query from the Church Pension Fund about the clergy of the diocese (generally).
  • Thought through and made some mental notes on an ongoing sacramental/liturgical/pastoral policy concern.
  • Celebrated and preached at the midday Mass, observing the lesser feast of St Edmund of East Anglia.
  • Lunch from Hardee’s, eaten at home.
  • Kept a 2pm donation appointment at the blood bank. I was supposed to give red cells but my hemoglobin was too low, so it had to be plain old whole blood. More red meat, I guess!
  • Spent a good part of what was left of the afternoon doing some routine once-in-awhile personal organization maintenance (if you must know, cleaning out the “Bucket” folder in my Evernote account). It’s not sexy, but it needs to be done two or three times a year.
  • Friday Prayer: Ignatian meditation on the daily office gospel reading from Matthew.
  • Evening Prayer in the office.
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