Glenmary News

June 2016

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  • Former Missions Support Glenmary Through Tithing
    Posted: 6/22/2016
    Many Catholic parish communities are choosing tithing as their way of supporting their parishes and other charitable causes. Glenmary is one of the beneficiaries of tithing efforts of a number of parishes--including two former Glenmary missions in North Carolina, led by the same pastor.
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  • Another Way to Help Glenmary: In-Kind Giving
    Another Way to Help Glenmary: In-Kind Giving

    Posted: 6/22/2016
    Our deepest thanks go out to all of you who donate gifts in kind to support Glenmary and those we serve. Our "Wish List for Glenmary Mission Areas" is meant to give you an up-to-date listing of items that Glenmary typically can and can't use. It will be updated quarterly on this Web site.
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  • Called to Mississippi to Be God's Heart and Hands
    Called to Mississippi to Be God's Heart and Hands

    Posted: 6/15/2016
    Sister Kate Regan, former Glenmary pastoral coordinator, shares how she and mission members in Mississippi transformed a vacant drugstore into a church. "What a gift," she says, "to see the love of God at work. With Glenmary's help, we eventually built a new church." She adds that a future key in places like Ripley is the men who will answer God's call to serve as Glenmarians.
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  • A Road Trip to Glenmary Mission Areas
    Posted: 6/14/2016
    On a recent trip through Mission Land, USA, Glenmary vocation counselor Wilmar Zabala gained important insights to share with those discerning a Glenmary vocation and considering the joys and challenges they will find on this path.

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  • My Ministry in the South Georgia Missions
    My Ministry in the South Georgia Missions

    Posted: 6/14/2016
    Brother Jason has learned in his first mission assignment that being present, spending time with people, building relationships and praying are all essential parts of mission ministry.

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  • A Special Wedding in Intensive Care
    A Special Wedding in Intensive Care

    Posted: 6/14/2016
    Mission pastor Father Vic Subb, responding to parishioners' needs and wishes, presides over a wedding ceremony in a hospital's intensive care unit.
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  • A Vision for the Future of Appalachia
    Posted: 6/8/2016
    In the new 'People's Pastoral', the voices of the region's residents raise awareness of Appalachia's challenges and potential
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  • The Culture of Care
    Posted: 6/8/2016
    Glenmarians follow in the footsteps of Pope Francis, who says now is the time for courageous actions and strategies in caring for creation.
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  • Missioner Helped Turn Her Life Around; Couple Have Faith in Glenmary
    Missioner Helped Turn Her Life Around; Couple Have Faith in Glenmary

    Posted: 6/1/2016
    Margie and Mick Duncan have been supporters of Glenmary throughout their 31 years of marriage, and more recently made Glenmary the number-one bequest recipient in their will. But Margie's belief in and admiration for Glenmary goes back even further, to a personally challenging time when a Glenmary brother helped her turn her life around.
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