Yesterday I tried repeatedly to post an image of the cemetery chapel I was talking about, and it just wouldn't go through. But it's here today, in honor of the liturgical calendar's Trinity Sunday. There in the center is the window that I talked about yesterday.
I gather, from what our pastor said (and from what I've read elsewhere), preachers like to avoid the Trinity as a topic. However, having made that pronouncement, she went on to deliver a beautiful sermon, focusing on the Trinity as perichoresis, or the mutual indwelling of the three persons of the Trinity. Perichoresis is derived from the Greek for "dancing around" or "dancing in a circle" and, as she developed that theme, the Trinity emerged as an interdependent and co-equal expression of the Holy.
So I've heard a lovely sermon, and I saw the fox family mother trotting through the cemetery this morning, and my younger son will be home from college this afternoon. All in all, a very good day.
PS: A week later, I have corrected the spelling of perichoresis. The correct spelling makes a lot more sense, and explains while I couldn't find google references at first.