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Pastoral Ponderings . . .
Randy Hilgers, Director of Liturgy & Music
A former colleague of mine, now located in Colorado, sent me a text wondering why we no longer celebrate the Feast of the Assumption. I assured her we still do (she has been out of active ministry for some time now and recently reconnected with the joys and challenges of Liturgical Ministry in the Church) unless it falls on a Saturday (the obligation is suspended) but the day is still on the Liturgical Calendar. She noted that we must still celebrate the feast because it is my birthday (I have spent many birthdays in a church at a keyboard). I assured her that was not the case – but thanks anyway! Thank you to the many who shared cards and well wishes with me this past weekend. I think I have reached the age where celebrating the birthday is far better than marking the number! I received a card on my 50th birthday that asked: “If you didn’t know how old you are, how old would you be?” Let’s go with that!
Other than a birthday, I had several highlights this summer that I would like to reflect on with you:
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