Glenmary billboard on Route 4 promotes vocations

Posted: 8/18/2017

Glenmary's billboard located along Route 4 near Cincinnati has been updated for the first time since 2010.

The new-look billboard highlights vocations. It features a Glenmary student, brother, priest and a Glenmary sister. The Glenmary Sisters are a separate organization from Glenmary Home Missioners but they share a common charism and history.

"We wanted a sign that shows God calls people from all walks of life to a religions vocation," said Brother David Henley, Glenmary's vocation director. "Our priests and brothers, and the Glenmary Sisters, are people who heard God's call and answered with a generous, "Yes!"

To learn more about whether God is calling you to join the Glenmary family, click HERE.

The sign is located on the western side of Route 4 just north of Glenmary Headquarters' main entrance. It has two identical 12x8 foot panels making it viewable from both directions. It was installed Aug. 16 by Signery 2, a company based in Hamilton, Ohio.

The new sign includes Glenmary's longtime slogan, "Catholic Missioners to Rural America." The previous billboard featured the slogan, "How many loaves have you?" and included a picture of bread.