We’re not talking about V-I in music theory here. I’m thinking it’s time to ponder some new year’s resolutions for the blog. You might think that liturgists get their resolution ducks in a row by Christ the King Sunday. But we’re lucky if we line it up by the Rite of Election.

I’m blogging live from the Johnson County Library tonight. It’s been a pleasant evening. In India, it’s already my birthday, so my family took me out to Korma Sutra for one great dinner. While we were in the neighborhood, it was Library Time–one of my favorite things. I have a small stack of books to tackle at bedside, so while my daughter and wife were browsing, I took an hour to categorize old posts from the blogspot days.

In looking through the archives, I found an old topic or two I had promised to write about. I’ll do that. I also found few posts on Scripture by me. In 2007, I think I’ll put more energy into peeking at the Bible. I think I also need to reaffirm my last year’s resolution of posting once and once only on other blog threads.

Meanwhile, Gaudium et Spes is archived, as is all of 2006.


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Todd lives in the Pacific Northwest, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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2 Responses to Resolutions

  1. Liam says:


    Many happy returns of the day! Ad multos annos!

  2. Anne says:

    Happy Birthday!

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