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As we are just barely into 2017, we might consider it too soon to think about 2018. But the Church […]
Glenmary Home Missioners recently buried two of our brothers—Brother Terry O’Rourke, 82, and Brother Bob Hoffman, 89. Their deaths have allowed […]
This month, two of our Glenmary seminarians, Charles Aketch and Richard Toboso, will renew their Glenmary Oath for a second […]
I enjoy mowing the grass in the evening. For me, pushing the lawnmower over the tall grass and occasionally looking […]
Last month, Pope Francis journeyed to Colombia. During his visit, he addressed priests, brothers, sisters and seminarians. I think that his words, […]
I am continually astonished by social media and new technologies. And although I find Instagram, Twitter and instant messaging fascinating […]
The first line of a prayer written by Thomas Merton, O.C.S.O. is one that I say to myself on many […]
Although I think that the Glenmary website is one of the best websites, I do have to admit that reading […]
Before Glenmary, we were driving an hour-and-a-half to church.
- Ken B., St. Teresa of Kolkata, Union County, Tenn.
Taking a trip to the missions taught me that I can’t take my faith and the ability to practice that faith for granted.
- Rita M., Glenmary supporter.
The amazing thing about being a Glenmary volunteer is that the Glenmary spirit of ecumenism and charity is everywhere.
- Alyson M., mountain manager at Toppa Joppa, Grainger County, Tenn.
Becoming a Glenmarian fulfilled my heart’s desire to be with the people who are marginalized.
- Deacon Richard Toboso, Glenmarian