Glenmary in the News: October 2018

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Glenmary in the News: October 2018

The faithful service and hard work of Glenmary Home Missioners’ priests, brothers and coworkers often causes others to take note. In an effort to share that notice with Glenmary’s supporters, below are several stories relating to Glenmary that appeared in Catholic or secular publications during the month of October 2018.

October 1 —
 Father Jeremy Tobin of Mississippi Catholic wrote a column titled Dialogue —dialogue fearlessly. He writes about Gathering for Mission, an initiative in which Glenmary Father Les Schmidt is heavily invested. Read more.

October 9 —
 The Catholic News Service picked up this story about Glenmary Brother David Henley, who searches the U.S. and overseas for men to serve in the home missions. Numerous Catholic outlets ran the story in print and online. Read more.

October 19 —
 Glenmary’s St. Michael the Archangel mission was elevated to parish status earlier this month, making the news in the East Tennessee Catholic, and at The Deacon’s Bench. Read the ET Catholic story here, and The Deacon’s Bench here.

October 23 —
 The Georgia Bulletin has a story on Adrian Dominican Sister Mary Priniski. The story features quotes from Glenmary Second Vice President Brother Larry Johnson. Read more.

October 25 —
 The Religion News Service interviewed Glenmary Father Francois Pellisier, and other clergy, about ICE detainees infrequent access to clergy while in detention. Read more.

October 30 —
 The local news website Historic Union County for Union County, Tenn. featured a story on Glenmary student Erick Orandi who is presently serving at St. Teresa of Kolkata Catholic Church in Maynardville. Read more.