My friends, I'm starting my sophomore year tomorrow. Like, officially. I mean, I've been here "as a sophomore" since last Sunday, but I legit start tomorrow. Ok, by now it's today. You can ignore that fact. I haven't been to bed yet, so it's tomorrow.
Tonight, I went to the Ministry Fair here on campus. But this time, I didn't go as a participant. I went as a member of the Liturgy Committee (LC), and laughed with my fellow committee-members, and I handed out applications for people to be Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, and told them about the training meeting.
I have to run the training meeting.
That means I have responsibilities.
Yeah, yeah, any college student has responsibilities. But when you're in charge of making sure the EMHCs know what they're doing and are comfortable serving as ministers at Mass? It's ever-so-slightly (read:extremely) terrifying.
I have an official-looking committee shirt, and an official-looking sweatshirt, and an official-looking binder, and an official-looking name tag.
Oh. You're claiming I'm official? If you say so....
So tomorrow I will skip off to my first class as a sophomore (Enviro Sci. Uhm.) and then have a gigantic meeting with my co-lead of the EMHCs and decipher the handwriting of 70+ students who signed up to be trained next week. And we WILL be leaders here on campus. We will train those people and we will train them well!
People have asked for pictures, so I shall give you pictures. Even if it's just a couple this time. ;) The theme of the day is "Churches".
And if you have a moment (or if you don't, if you could make a moment), say a quick prayer for my brother-in-law who had back surgery today!