Wednesday (St Theodore of Tarsus)

  • Back to a more normal routine. Morning Prayer in the cathedral. 
  • Spent some more time wrestling with the scriptures for Proper 23 (13-14 October) and emerged with a good homiletical sense of direction.
  • Extended phone conversation with an long time friend who is one of the most well-connected people in the Episcopal Church. I needed to pick his brain about some clergy deployment issues and came away, again, with a good sense of direction.
  • Worked some more on plotting out the four talks I will give at the diocesan ECW retreat in March.
  • Lunch at home. Leftovers.
  • Met with Dean Brodie in advance of tonight’s regular cathedral chapter meeting.
  • Processed a batch of emails.
  • Resisted the temptation to get sucked into the black hole of technology issues.
  • Plotted the broad strokes of my homily for the Synod Eucharist.
  • Loaded some more content on to the diocesan website. (Ministries > Liturgical & Music > Sung Psalms for the Eucharist)
  • Evening Prayer in the cathedral.
  • Dinner from China 1, eaten in the office.
  • Attended the cathedral chapter meeting. Dean Brodie is retiring in February, so I had some time alone with the elected chapter members to discuss the process leading to the selection of their next priest.
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