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Three novices listen.
The beginning of the oath ceremony.
Glenmary priests look on.
Oath ceremony continues.
Jose recites the Glenmary oath
Jose signs the Glenmary oath.
Samuel recites the Glenmary oath.
Samuel signs the Glenmary oath.
Kenneth recites the Glenmary oath.
Kenneth signs the Glenmary oath.
Profile view of three after oath.
Consecration of the Eucharist.
View of concelebrating Glenmary priests.
Final blessing imparted on new members.
Photo with president & novice directors.
Samuel, Jose, and Kenneth.
Kenneth poses with a group from Tennesee
Jose holds a selfie stick with Fr. Steve
All good celebrations end in cake!
Every day I realize how blessed and privileged I am to be a Glenmary Home Missioner. I get to enter sacred spaces with my encounters and interactions with the people of God.
- Brother Jason Muhlenkamp, Glenmarian
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.
Many times, the faith and dedication of the people of the missions humbled me and challenged me to rededicate myself to our missionary work.
- Father Aaron Wessman, Glenmarian