Monday Madness -- Faithful Four Edition

The roar of the crowd -- and the wind noise on this video -- have reached high volumes! Tim and Scott are back with another episode of Monday Madness to cover the Faithful Four. The last in-season episode of Lent Madness XV!

Arrival of Holy Week means that Easter is right around the corner! If you're looking for some help celebrating the joy of Easter, you might like Scott's book, Easter Triumph, Easter Joy, with daily devotions for the 50 days of Easter. And Tim's book, Dust Bunnies in the Basket, offers good humor and spiritual direction for Easter and Lent. Your church might like to pass out colorable posters that create a fun way for the whole family to rejoice each day of Eastertide. Check out Alleluia! 50 Days and 50 Ways to Celebrate Easter, which comes in packs of 25.

The Supreme Executive Committee heartily encourages you to find your way to church this week for the most important liturgies of the year. After casting your votes, of course.


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9 comments on “Monday Madness -- Faithful Four Edition”

  1. May the Spirit's "Force Be With You".
    Thank you for your humor during Lent Madness and to all the people who put this together.

  2. I've enjoyed your holy foolishness for a very long time. You've made Lent a little less stressful and a lot more fun. Plus which, we've gotten to know a lot more saints than we did before. Hopefully you continue this for a long time.

  3. I use the Lent Madness Poster to teach my students about the saints. I am really glad to have a poster for Easter this year. I am going to use it to teach my students the Great Fifty Days of Easter.

    Wish Pentecost and Epiphany had posters.

  4. Thank you for another informative and fun Lent Madness year from Trinity Episcopal Church in Matawan, New Jersey, where a Lent Madness poster graves our narthex and we have Holy Week services Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, double Friday, Saturday, and of course Sunday!

  5. Obviously I meant to say that the Lent Madness poster GRACES our narthex but it seems that autofill is graceless! Unlike Lent Madness fans

  6. Thank you for the humor of the interaction between the two of you. You always make me laugh out loud.
    Many blessings to the two of you this Holy Week!
    Deacon Lauren P. McCombs
    San Carlos, California

  7. I've so very much enjoyed playing Lent Madness and will be looking so forward to playing next year. I'll also miss you both!

  8. As Julian lived at the Norwich in UK, there needs to be a small correction to the pronunciation.

    The “w” is not sounded, and the emphasis is on the first syllable.
    When Julian is announced (hopefully) as the successful candidate after Tuesday’s round, and goes on the win the Golden Halo from the voting on Wednesday, Julian’s geographic association will be announced as “of ….
    Noh-rich “
    The ‘Noh’ sound is very short, not like No, and rolls into the ‘rich’