As usual there are lots of extraneous noises. When I have ushered and stood at the end of the communion rail and seen Daniel who was serving, approaching, I wanted to start laughing. Someday I will get him in a headlock. His face is too waggish, so it is due. The second or third time I told him that, Daniel said, “As usual.” He doesn’t scare easily.
It might be revenge on my brother who was six years older. He got me in a scissor lock and headlock at every opportunity.
We love, need, and respect our priests. They are set apart.