• I began the day with my customary weight and treadmill workout, which meant that I wasn’t in at the office-cathedral complex until a little past 9:00.
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Refined and printed a working script for this Sunday’s homily at St Barnabas’, Havana.
  • Printed, signed, scanned, and emailed some documents related to the Putnam Trust.
  • Sent an email in connection with the “elections and appointments” effort, part of the overall run-up to Synod in October.
  • Lunch at home–leftover beef stir-fry.
  • Worked on arranging lodging in London for a brief (less than a week) trip I will be joining in August.
  • Prepared and emailed a draft agenda for a meeting of the Nashotah House Trustees Executive Committee I will be chairing by conference call tomorrow afternoon.
  • Sent another “elections and appointments” recruiting email.
  • Drafted a report to the full board of The Living Church Foundation on behalf of a small subcommittee to which I was appointed in April.
  • Printed, signed, scanned, and emailed consent forms for the Diocese of Massachusetts to elect a Bishop Coadjutor and the Diocese of Maryland to elect a Bishop Suffragan.
  • Wrestled some more with the readings for Proper 14 (August 11 at St John the Baptist, Mt Carmel) and emerged with a central message statement, which was the object of the exercise.
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.
  • After dinner, I spent about an hour and a half plotting sermon preparation for the fall–September through November.
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