Back from Arizona yesterday–tanned (well, a tad burned, actually) and relaxed. Good time.

  • Task planning at home.
  • Morning Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Brief word with the Treasurer on an administrative matter.
  • Debriefed with a Archdeacon on a couple of ongoing “situations.”
  • Called the blood bank to see if a certain prescription I’m temporarily on precludes me from donating. It does. Appointment rescheduled.
  • After failing to find his phone number (which is weird, because we exchanged text messages several times in late January, but they seem to have disappeared from the record), composed and sent an email to Bishop Godfrey of our companion Diocese of Peru.
  • Took care of six relatively quick pastoral/administrative matters via email.
  • Got to work in earnest on the program for this Saturday’s Mass of Chrism. Things that were second nature to me when I was in parish work no longer are, so it was more time-consuming than it ought to have been.
  • Lunch from Taco Gringo, eaten at home.
  • Tied up some remaining loose ends in Chrism Mass preparation.
  • Dutifully completed an online survey at the request of the College for Bishops. I am the very model of compliance.
  • Placed a phone call and left a voicemail regarding some Nashotah House business.
  • Serious work on the bulletin for this Sunday at the cathedral. Since there is no resident priest there at the moment, those duties fall to me. There were a lot of technological hoops to jump through, moving material from previous years that was set up in Publisher into Word. I’m pretty good at this sort of thing, but rusty, so it was, again, time-consuming.
  • Evening Prayer in the office.
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