Glenmary in the news: July 2017

Posted: 8/3/2017

The faithful service and hard work of Glenmary Home Missioners' priests, brothers and coworkers frequently causes others to take note. In an effort to share that notice with Glenmary's supporters, below are several stories relating to Glenmary that appeared in Catholic or secular publications during the month of July, 2017.

July 1 - An article featuring Holy Trinity parish in Clayton, Okla. appeared in the Eastern Oklahoma Catholic. The parish was a Glenmary mission from 1981 until 2003. Read more.

July 5 - A letter to the editor concerning the Environmental Protection Agency's "Clean Water Rule" was sent to newspapers around the nation. Grainger Today in Tennessee is one of several that published the letter. Read more.

July 15 & 23 - Previously highlighted in a secular newspaper, a Connecticut youth group visited Toppa Joppa. The Catholic Transcript covered their visit twice; here and here.

July 23 - Our Sunday Visitor ran an article called "A church on the peripheries." The story was about the mission dioceses of Military Services, and the Diocese of Lexington. The story quotes Glenmary first vice president Father Neil Pezzulo concerning his ministry to the parishes in eastern Kentucky. Read more.

July 27 - A story entitled "Teaching Global Citizens" appeared in Cincy Magazine. The story is about St. Ann Catholic School in Hamilton. It talks about the students' work preparing necessity bags for Glenmary missions. Read more.

Have you seen Glenmary in the news? Send a story link to jstegeman@glenmary.org or call 513-881-7442.

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