Click here to see what I’m going to be doing in February: Retreat Flyer 2014 (You’ll remember this post here, that inspired my proposal when the organizer wrote looking for a speaker. We’re doing that, but not for catechesis. Sort of a pre-Lent warm-up.)
So I googled Our Lady Star of the Sea, and confessions start at 3:30. So I’m thinking at 3:15 I should just send all the ladies to go get in line? Yes?
Meanwhile, the e-mail with a copy of the flyer reminded me that I’d better quick turn my notes into something presentable. And I need to know: How do I get the text for the divine office for that day . . . before the day? Long before the day? Because I’m not sure folks are going to have their iBreviaries along, which is my method. Printed matter might be wanted. Printed matter requires lead time.
Also: If we’re going to be praying midday prayer (ha! I think we might be!), what’s the protocol in these situations concerning the invitatory? I think it’s a safe assumption that for most present, it will be their first hour of the day. But we’re working with the theory that at least some in the room will have already said morning prayer before they arrive. Do we arm wrestle? How does this work?
And hey – Anyone got an especially nice one-page, largish print, “I haven’t been to confession in 23 years, what do I do??” examination of conscience and how-to tutorial? Public domain / Creative Commons, yes? Yes? It’s going in the packet. Your name in lights if you produce the goods.
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