Glenmary News

April 2013

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  • Tacoma Catholics Continue to Share Blessings
    Tacoma Catholics Continue to Share Blessings

    Posted: 4/29/2013
    After providing financial assistance, prayers and encouragement to two of Glenmary's Georgia missions for 14 years, a group of dedicated Catholics from Tacoma, Wash., is now supplying the same kind of generous support for three missions in Tennessee and Kentucky.
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  • Parish's Tithing Has Helped Support Glenmary for 30 Years
    Parish's Tithing Has Helped Support Glenmary for 30 Years

    Posted: 4/26/2013
    A growing number of Catholic congregations are embracing tithing as a grass-roots way to support charitable causes. St. Andrew Church in Rochester, Mich., is a pioneer in this approach, and Glenmary has been a longtime beneficiary of its generosity.
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  • Vanceburg View: The Latest News From the Glenmary Farm
    Posted: 4/15/2013
    Joe Grosek, the director of Glenmary's volunteer program based in Vanceburg, Ky., gives an update on the latest happenings at the Farm and in the greater Lewis County area.
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  • Student Overcomes Health Challenge in First Year of Formation
    Student Overcomes Health Challenge in First Year of Formation

    Posted: 4/12/2013
    Glenmary priesthood candidate Patrick Muriithi has experienced more challenges than the typical Glenmary student. And he has overcome these obstacles in order to pursue his vocation to serve God in the mission lands of the United States.
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  • Discerning Between Glenmary Priesthood and Diocesan Priesthood
    Posted: 4/11/2013
    "Should I be a Glenmary priest or a diocesan priest?" God certainly has room and need for men to discern both paths. Pat McEntee offers some help in considering whether Glenmary priesthood is right for you.
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  • Brother Practicing New (and Old) Evangelization
    Brother Practicing New (and Old) Evangelization

    Posted: 4/3/2013
    Glenmary Father Aaron Wessman, associate pastor of two new Tennessee missions, wrote this article after observing Brother Craig Digmann's "uplifting" evangelization efforts. Brother Craig's door-knocking ministry has resulted in a number of inactive and active Catholics joining the Maynardville and Grainger mission communities.
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  • McKenzie's Easter Story
    McKenzie's Easter Story

    Posted: 4/1/2013
    McKenzie says becoming a Catholic this Easter is the best thing she'll do in her first 20 years, and she doesn't think she'll ever regret it. The teenager joined at her county's new, first-ever Catholic church with three friends whom she had invited to start attending Mass and RCIA classes with her.
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