Glenmary in the News: November 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 November, 2017.
Nov. 1 - A story by Glenmary's director of Catholic-Evangelical relations Frank Lesko, One Family of Christ, that appeared in the Autumn 2017 edition of Glenmary Challenge magazine, was picked up in an extended form in the November issue of Ecumenical Trends. The publication, which can be read by subscription only, is a monthly newsletter by the Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute, a ministry of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. Learn more.
Nov. 2 - Glenmary's director of Catholic-Evangelical relations Frank Lesko was published in the newly released book, Thinking Theologically about Mass Incarceration. More than a dozen authors from various Christian denominations contributed. Learn more.
Nov. 6 - Glenmary's participation in the statewide Day of Adoration for Vocations in Ohio was noted by The Catholic Telegraph, newspaper of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Read more.
Nov. 15 - The Mount Pleasant Tribune out of Mount Pleasant, Texas reported on St. Michael's Catholic Church turning 100 years old. Glenmary served St. Michael's from 1965 to the late 1980s. Read more.
Nov. 16 - A National Catholic Register blog by Justin McClain calls Glenmary efforts at ecumenism "success stories," specifically referencing the One Body in Christ story by manager of communications John Stegeman in the Autumn 2017 Glenmary Challenge. Read more.
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