Glenmary News

October 2012

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  • Mature Vocations Still Needed in Church and Glenmary
    Posted: 10/12/2012
    Men who hear and heed God’s call to the missionary priesthood or brotherhood later in life can still find a place in the Glenmary missions, though the challenges they face may be different from those of younger vocations.
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  • Bequest Just One Way Virginia Couple Helps Support Glenmary
    Bequest Just One Way Virginia Couple Helps Support Glenmary

    Posted: 10/11/2012
    Joan and Bob Burke have a different perspective from many other Glenmary supporters, because Joan's eldest brother was a dedicated Glenmary priest who died in 1984. They have faithfully helped Glenmary in many ways--through prayers, donations, a will bequest, hosting of a Glenmary gathering, and more.
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  • Glenmarian Grateful for Time and Ministry
    Glenmarian Grateful for Time and Ministry

    Posted: 10/11/2012
    After many decades as a Glenmarian in a range of key ministries, 78-year-old Father Bob Dalton became a senior member five years ago. And he says one of the blessings of this role is "the gift of time." He has chosen to continue being very active in ministry and making a difference in the lives of the people he serves.
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  • Program Helps Home Mission Diocese Students Respond to Mission Call
    Posted: 10/11/2012
    For the second consecutive year, Glenmary will participate in the Salina (Kan.) diocese's mission education program for schools in late October. Besides raising awareness of mission needs, two Glenmarians will help students in this home mission diocese recognize their responsibility and opportunity to respond to their call to mission in any ways they can.
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  • Adopting Parish, Missions Come Together as Equals
    Adopting Parish, Missions Come Together as Equals

    Posted: 10/9/2012
    St. Raphael the Archangel parish in Oshkosh, Wis., adopted two small Glenmary missions in Arkansas between 2002 and 2012, until the missions were returned to the care of their dioceses. Because of these meaningful experiences, the parish is planning to adopt a new mission community soon.
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