Making a list, checking it twice

Year of FaithNow that the busy Christmas season is almost over, I’m secretly glad to get back to a life ruled by routine and order.  Part of that is getting back on track with my Year of Faith resolutions.  I’m pretty sure I’m not alone here, because today I read someone else’s blog post about a bucket list* of things to do for the Year of Faith.  I took the original list of 33 great ideas and shamelessly copied it edited to make it more applicable to parishioners at the Church of Saint Paul.  Click the link below to see my list, and by all means shamelessly copy edit to fit your needs.

year of faith bucket list

*According to the Urban Dictionary: A list of things to do before you die.  Comes from the term “kicked the bucket.”

Thanks to Deacon Greg Kandra for the link and to St. Cecilia’s in Cincinnati for the original list.

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