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December 2015

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  • Glenmarian Reaches Across Brokenness
    Glenmarian Reaches Across Brokenness

    Posted: 12/15/2015
    During 49 years as a Glenmarian, Brother Curt Kedley has been involved in a wide range of ministries. One significant way he has found to address the racial and religious divisions in rural mission areas is through an interracial, ecumenical ministry of presence and solidarity in worship at mostly African-American Protestant churches.
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  • The Journeys of Two Missions (Part 1)
    The Journeys of Two Missions (Part 1)

    Posted: 12/15/2015
    When Glenmary Father Vic Subb contemplated becoming a mission pastor again in 2012 after seven years away from this role, he was excited and happy. Now, three years later, he says that getting to know the people in the Lafayette and Celina mission areas has been a real joy.
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  • The Racial Divide
    The Racial Divide

    Posted: 12/15/2015
    Glenmarians are pledging to examine themselves and challenge others to identify the overt and subtle racism in our culture, so we can all pray for the strength to reject it and open ourselves to conversion.
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  • Prayer During the Busy Christmas Season
    Posted: 12/14/2015
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  • An Advent Meditation
    An Advent Meditation

    Posted: 12/14/2015
    Father Dan Dorsey provides a meditation to help us quiet ourselves and hear the word of God during this busy Advent season. It is in the quiet that we can hear God and prepare ourselves to welcome Christ. Are you ready to listen?
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  • Glenmary Continues to Meet the Challenge of Its Unique Mission
    Glenmary Continues to Meet the Challenge of Its Unique Mission

    Posted: 12/2/2015
    Bishop Kevin J. Boland, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Savannah, GA., validates Glenmary's unique mission--to bring a Catholic presence to the remote and forgotten in rural America.
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