I’m listening to Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 6, yet more proof, if it is needed, that his work is timeless. I discovered that the Gardner Museum in Boston podcasts its classical music concerts, so I downloaded two to try.
Meanwhile, I went over to the DFA to do the next stage of my passport application. I applied for my passport online, and they picked up my documents, so all I needed to do was show up and sign. It took less than five minutes, and the fun part was going past all the fixers on the way in.
Finally, I am grateful to those who have written in response to last Sunday’s post, and especially to the two Jesuit theologians who reminded me that there is a lot to read—and discuss—about this. I must apologize, with respect to Fr. Danny, for coming off as being the kind of person who fires away without being careful. It does happen to me sometimes.
I hope to be more cautious next time ‘round. And now, back to Schubert…