Glenmary News

October 2013

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  • Connection to Glenmary Inspires Annual Giving and Annuity
    Connection to Glenmary Inspires Annual Giving and Annuity

    Posted: 10/18/2013
    Grace Heising first met and grew to admire Glenmarians as a high school senior. And she later worked for Glenmary to contribute to their missionary ministry. She and her husband began supporting the home missioners in the 1950s even before they were married, and she continues that support today through annual gifts and an annuity.
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  • The Shoes of a Missioner
    The Shoes of a Missioner

    Glenmary Father Dan Dorsey


    Posted: 10/10/2013
    Are you willing to walk a mile in a missioner's shoes? Whether you are participating in a weekend Come & See mission experience, or later staying and assisting at a mission for a more extended time, these firsthand experiences are the best way to understand Glenmary's unique ministry and see if those shoes fit!
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  • Debunking Some Myths About Vocations
    Posted: 10/10/2013
    Many common misconceptions about vocations to the religious life are accepted as fact. However, the landscape is continuing to change, and it's easy to find out that many of these myths are not true. Read about what the reality is at Glenmary--or better yet, come and see for yourself.
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  • Appeals Give Glenmary Opportunity to Share Its Story
    Posted: 10/9/2013
    Some Glenmarians and lay coworkers went on the road again this year to give appeals at parishes around the country. These presentations are part of the Missionary Cooperation Plan sponsored by U.S. diocesan Propagation of the Faith offices. Missioners say they’re very thankful for the chance to increase Catholics' awareness of Glenmary’s work and enlist their prayers and support.
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  • Wisconsin Parish Cluster Adopts New Glenmary Mission in Georgia
    Wisconsin Parish Cluster Adopts New Glenmary Mission in Georgia

    Posted: 10/9/2013
    It's been a longtime dream of a Wisconsin priest that his parish would build a relationship with a mission that needed help. And now that dream has become a reality: the four-parish cluster he serves as sacramental minister has adopted one of Glenmary's new Georgia missions through the Adopt-A-Mission Program.
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