Wednesday (St Cuthbert)

  • Arrived at the Cathedral-Roundhouse complex at my usual time, but instead of heading in for Morning Prayer, I was diverted into assisting with the move of an unused baby grand piano out of the cathedral and the altar we retrieved several weeks ago from St Andrew’s, Paris in to be used as a chancel altar at this Saturday’s Chrism Mass. It will look quite handsome.
  • Devoted most of the rest of the morning to preparing for tonight’s Lenten teaching presentation in Bloomington.
  • Took phone calls from two priests of the diocese over sundry matters. Made one pastoral check-in phone call to another.
  • Worked on a draft of my Easter homily.
  • Lunch at home–leftovers. Stayed home the rest of the afternoon.
  • Attended to some chores related to the ordination process.
  • Took care of some Nashotah House-related business.
  • Assisted with getting Brenda to the Amtrak station. She caught a train to Chicago tonight in advance of a very early AM flight to NYC in the morning.
  • Hit the road to Bloomington. While en route, spoke by phone with a representative of Global Episcopal Mission about what that organization is trying to accomplish.
  • Delivered the last of my five Lenten teaching presentations at St Matthew’s, Bloomington. Back home 8:45, where I now have dog-walking duties until Brenda returns on Monday.
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