Monday Madness

Yes, we know you've been refreshing your web browser ALL DAY hoping to watch the latest edition of Monday Madness. And finally your diligent efforts have been rewarded! Because right this very moment you can watch Tim and Scott wax eloquent-ish on the final edition of Monday Madness before the start of Lent Madness 2017.

In this epic episode, you'll learn the two (or three) methods for submitting viewer mail to the Supreme Executive Committee. They'll be answering a question or two from the Lent Madness global viewing public in subsequent installments of Monday Madness.

Yes, you heard that correctly. You could have a brush with the SEC! Just send in a question and if it's chosen, Tim and Scott will basically be having a conversation with you over the airwaves. Alternatively, you could fly them out (first class) to your hometown, put them up at a five-star hotel (very separate rooms), wine and dine them over a fancy meal (Scott's a vegetarian); and they would be happy to answer your Lent Madness questions in person. Don't forget the obligator purple limo.

Enjoy this week's edition of Monday Madness, then get back to your SEC Day Eve preparations and start refreshing your browser. Again.

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13 comments on “Monday Madness”

  1. Can't wait for the start of Lent Madness! Thank you, SEC, for your blessed leadership in this venerable church program. And blessings for a holy Ash Wednesday to all.

  2. All primed for this year's Lent Madness, and the first matchup will be excruciatingly hard, since I have multiple associations with St. Alban while our Bible study has kept us wrestling with Luke-Acts for several weeks now. On a less serious note, the way Tim swallows his "g" when he says "Dot Org" puts me in mind of our president, whose g-swallowing (mis)led some into hearing him say "bigly." Please, America, start studying linguistics! It's mad enough out there online without compounding the confusion! Happy Lent, y'all!

  3. Hmm. Isn't accepting LM nominations or procedural questions submitted on $20 bills the Episcopal equivalent of selling indulgences?

  4. Reply to El.izabeth
    I just finished a fun/historical novel about indulgences. You might enjoy - history pretty interesting and well-researched. You'll learn more than you ever did about indulgences. The book is The Relic Master about a monk who travels all over Europe and Asia/Africa procuring relics for Frederick of Savoy, among others. Can't recall the author and our rector has the book.

    1. I would love to read this book . Does anyone have the name of the author and publisher?