Monthly Madness: Live from Lake Logan

November 5, 2014
Scott Gunn

In this month's installment of Monthly Madness, Scott and Tim report live from Lake Logan, NC, where they are attending CREDO. As you know, CREDO is the Church Pension Group's way of saying "I believe" in the magic of Lent Madness. Watch now for valuable insights into a couple of the first-round match-ups in the newly unveiled 2015 Lent Madness bracket, released yesterday on All Brackets' Day.

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7 comments on “Monthly Madness: Live from Lake Logan”

  1. I am just going to assume that my two favorite auxiliary padres behind the Cathedral clergy in Nashville.....are having major fun while gleefully rocking away on the porch..Have fun guys!

  2. Excited by the appearance of John Keble in the 2015 instalment of Lent Madness - and thank goodness you didn't put up against Newman or Pusey. The adrenalin is already flowing down here in Aotearoa New Zealand.

  3. after being subscribed and sharing posts for many years, I've unsubscribed... you've run a good thing into the ground with to much promotion... it's fine a couple of times before Lent... but you must think either we are bored with nothing to do or that our world revolves around lent maddness. I have a life... I will miss Lent Madness but not all this lead up chatter...

  4. I have a life. I have a lotta life. I LOVE the Lent Madness hype! And let's face it,
    it's a lot less hype than there is for a lot of football matches or a certain American
    event that occurred yesterday. Bring it ON!!

  5. Barbie and Ken, indeed. Nicely done! Two things, though; it doesn't seem right to me to have the Venerable Bede go up against St. Cuthbert in the opening round. I mean, St. Cuthbert was a disciple of Bede, after all. And you may want to clarify which Kamehameha you're talking about (I'm sure the synopsis will clarify, but on the bracket it looks odd. If it's Kamehameha the Great, then that would talke some explaining (re: the Battle of Nu'uanu). I'm assuming it's Kamehameha III, though, but it'd be nice to know at a glance. Can't wait for it!

  6. Thanks, Ann, for your comment. Yes, the seven posts since Lent 2014 ended must be overwhelming your inbox. The SEC apologizes for selling Jesus.