Today was quite similar to yesterday. After morning Eucharist and breakfast, we continued with our Bible study groups. We are beginning to feel a little more comfortable with each other and opening up more. Then it was back on the bus for the second day of our retreat at the Cathedral. There is a morning and evening address by the Archbishop. I've attached a video of the beginning of the afternoon session. Each address is followed by an hour of silence, during which we wander around in the building until we find a good place to sit or pray. The day ends with a shortened form of Evensong. The cathedral choir sings, and you might imagine, the music is a real treat. The ABC's address this afternoon was the most interesting of the four we have heard so far.. He noted that we were a wounded church and that healing would come not through legalities but through fellowship. He implied that just as "a disciple without a community is no disciple", so a bishop with out a communion is no bishop. This was an impassioned plea to get on with our work of praying for and with each other. After the afternoon session, Laura and I joined Ginger and Rob O'Neill (Colorado) for a pint at the local pub before walking back up the hill for dinner. Tomorrow we continue the retreat, but this time we will be on campus.