“It is for us, during eighteen now [twenty] hundred years, our Divine Savior has remained day and night on our altars, that we may have recourse to Him in all our needs; and nothing so much afflicts His Divine Heart as our ingratitude for such a favor, and our neglect to visit Him and ask His blessing. If we knew how profitable those visits are, we should be constantly prostrate before the altar.”
(Saint J. B. Marcellin Champagnat)
My vocation as a Lay Dominican created an insatiable desire to learn, study, live and share my Faith. For more than ten years I led a Prison Ministry program and have spent more than a decade promoting Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration.
Now retired, I aspire to promote zeal for the salvation of souls, awe and amazement for the Holy Eucharist and Eucharistic Adoration, and fidelity to the Truths of our Catholic Faith.
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