Monday, July 27, 2020

Zoom and See retreats

Glenmary would love to host in person Come and See retreats like we did last year but for the time being our vocation events are online. 
Our Zoom and See retreats have a few sessions each day and cover the frequently asked questions about religious life. Some of the themes from the latest Zoom and See retreat included: what is life like in the missions, how are the promises of poverty, chastity, obedience and prayer lived out and how long do studies take to become a priest or a brother.

Contact us if you would like more information about upcoming  opportunities to meet with our vocation team. Send us an email  vocations@glenmary.org

Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Zoom and See

“Jesus said to them, ‘Come, and you will see.’ So they went and saw where he was staying, and they stayed with him that day.” John 1:39
For the time being our in person Come and See retreats have been replaced with online, Zoom and See events.
During the online experience you will have the chance to:
• Meet Glenmary priests and brothers. 
• Learn about the mission needs in the USA. 
• Listen to how others are feeling called to religious life. 
• Pray with this small virtual community.

Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Three Glenmary Deacons

On Saturday June 27, Bishop Mark Spalding of the diocese of Nashville ordained three Glenmary seminarians deacons. Deacon Jose Carlos Miguel will serve in the missions in  Bertie County County, NC. Deacon Samuel Mungai will be serving Holy Trinity Mission Parish in Martin County, NC. And Deacon Kenneth Wandera will be serving at St. Michael the Archangel Mission Parish in Unicoi County, Tenn.


Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Message of Hope

Fr. Dan Dorsey, President of Glenmary, shares a message of hope. There is very exciting and hopeful news in Glenmary, from ordinations to new missions and much more. Watch this brief video  to get the Glenmary update and to reflect on how we can all be signs of hope and life.

Sunday, April 12, 2020

Easter Dinner at the Glen

Ohio’s “Stay at Home” order meant that for the first time ever those of us who live at The Glen, Glenmary's residence in Cincinnati, were not allowed to go out to the missions to help nor visit families over Easter weekend. First time ever that that has happened. 
This was our biggest Easter Dinner at the residence that anyone could remember.









Wednesday, April 8, 2020

2020 Holy Week Message

Fr. Dan Dorsey, President of Glenmary, shares a special Holy Week message.

The article that Fr. Dan mentions, "The Joyful Healer" which is about Br. Levis and his ministry can be read at this link:

The words to Glenmary's Our Lady of the Fields prayer can be found with this link: 


Sunday, March 29, 2020

Fr. Dan's Video Message

Fr. Dan Dorsey, President of Glenmary Home Missioners, shares an important message with our Glenmary friends and family. 



More information about Glenmary can found on our website: Glenmary.org

The link to the YouTube Channel for St. Michael the Archangel Mission that Fr. Dan mentions in his message is:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQnt6yZffiCyRjQuzygGKGA/featured

Glenmary's Our Lady of the Fields prayer can be found on our website: https://glenmary.org/support-us/prayer-support-requests/

Our Lady of the Fields,
The Seed of your womb
Is the Hope of the earth.
Help us sow this Seed To all those in need. 

In the soil of sorrow,
Help us sow fields of comfort.
In the dry ground of discrimination,
Help us sow fields of rich harmony.

In the hard clay of doubt and despair,
Help us sow abundant fields of hope and care.

O Mary, Our Lady of the Fields,
Patroness of Glenmary, Pray for us. 
Amen.