• Morning Prayer in the office (cathedral interior still being painted).
  • Began preparations to preside and preach at the midday Mass.
  • Participated with the other usual denizens of the Diocesan Center in a tutorial session on the new network copier/printer/fax/scanner that we have obtained. My main interest was in figuring out how to print liturgy booklets on those relatively rare occasions that it falls to us to do so, and has been a significant source of frustration. We arrived at a workable way to do so, but it is not my ideal elegant solution.
  • Completed preparations for Mass.
  • Answered a couple of emails that have been hanging for a couple of days.
  • Began to shape my details notes for a Trinity Sunday homily into a rough draft text.
  • Presided and preached at the Mass, using the special liturgical resources for our in-progress novena for the disruptive outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the diocese.
  • Lunch at home. Leftovers.
  • Resumed work on the Trinity Sunday sermon, and completed the draft my mid-afternoon.
  • Processed a stack of emails.
  • Fought a terminal battle with iMovie in an attempt to edit raw video from previous Lenten teaching series presentations. I lost the battle. Regrouping and restrategizing.
  • Evening Prayer in the office.
  • In the evening, attended the regular cathedral Chapter meeting, during which I assumed the chair for a bit and presided over the election of Provost Fr Andy Hook to the position of Dean. This is a result of some excellent progress on the part of the cathedral parish’s leadership over the last three years.
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