After a short night (I got to sleep at about 11:30 after the Vigil service at St. Luke’s), it’s time for me to wake up for the Easter Vigil here at Seabury — after which I’ll stagger back to St. Luke’s for the regular Easter Day mass. Then I’ll come home and collapse in a heap, thankful that a body isn’t asked to take part in more than three three-hour services in an eighteen-hour period.
To all my guests here: the very best of all possible wishes, to you and to all whom you love. Bless you!
And — redundantly — to my Christian sisters and brothers: Alleluia! Christ is risen!