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Glenmary HQ welcomes community

This fall Glenmarians and staff from the national headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio welcomed back members of the local community to […]

Surviving COVID-19 to Serve

Brother Levis Kuwa just might be one of Glenmary’s heroes. He’s worked as an emergency room nurse in Georgia’s Randolph […]

Three gifts from the missions

There is more to most gifts than meets the eye, but all are about gratitude. A towel, a piece of […]

A Hunger for Eucharist

Janice Wilson put Glenmary into her long-term giving plans because Glenmary brought her to the Eucharist. Sounds simple enough. But […]

Ready to serve

“Come, grow with us!” Those could be the words of welcome at Final Oaths liturgy and Ordination Mass this past […]

Burying the Dead: Mission Acts of Loving Mercy

Glenmary Volunteer Director Joe Grosek knew there would be surprises when he helped move the volunteer program to east Tennessee […]

First communions continue despite pandemic

After delaying First Communion for more than three months, a group of young men and women at St. Teresa of […]

Confronting racism: Glenmary works for equality in missions and beyond

If anything defined the summer of 2020 besides the coronavirus, it was the cry for racial justice. It is a […]

Glenmary Research Center working on RCMS

Since Glenmary Founder Father William Howard Bishop published his first map of “No Priest-Land, USA” in the 1930s, collecting data […]

Marian statue a rare sight in Mission Land

Statues of Mary are not terribly common in Mission Land, USA, but for the past year one has stood just […]