Brother Josiah Kimani’s journey to his Final Oath with the Glenmary Home Missioners has taken him around the world. The Nyahururu, Kenya, native made stops in the Philippines and Qatar before reaching his ultimate destination as a missioner to rural America. Josiah will profess his Final Oath at 10:30 a.m.
Celebrating the Ordination of Father Charles Aketch and Father Richard Toboso, Glenmary’s newest missionary priests. The Ordination was held at St. John Neumann Church in Fairfield, on April 27, 2019.
Dear mission parishioners, supporters, and friends: By now you have likely seen headlines concerning abuse in the church, mismanagement by bishops, and even accusations against the Holy Father. At Glenmary we are also following these stories with keen interests, and heavy hearts. No child should ever suffer abuse, but when
CINCINNATI — On Aug. 1 Glenmary Home Missioners announced that it will assume care of Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Martin County, N.C. effective Oct. 6. The announcement came from Glenmary president Father Chet Artysiewicz. The move is Glenmary’s first expansion since 2011, when the society opened three missions in
CINCINNATI, Ohio (Dec. 15, 2017) – Father Richard Kreimer, a native of Cincinnati and a 60-year member of the Glenmary Home Missioners, died Dec. 15 at Heartland of Woodridge in Cincinnati. He just turned 80 on Dec. 9. Known for his sense of humor and talent in the kitchen, Father
Mission bell rings for traditional Glenmary sendoff By John Stegeman The clanging of a mission bell echoed over the hills of Glenmary Home Missioners Headquarters in Cincinnati Aug. 25 as two novices left to begin the mission-placement portion of their novitiate year. Matt Solarz, a priesthood candidate from North Olmstead,
By John Stegeman Glenmary Home Missioners Glenmary Father John S. Rausch appeared on CNN Aug. 1 as part of a climate change town hall event with former United States Vice President Al Gore. After being introduced by host Anderson Cooper, Father Rausch said his experience as a priest in Appalachia
March 17-19. The Glenmary Home Missioners invite men ages 15-19 who are discerning a call to their ministry to visit with Glenmary priests and brothers, travel to a nearby Glenmary mission, and share in community and prayer. Start time may change; for information contact [email protected] or call (513) 881-7411.
Staff Report Over the past 75 years, 110 to 120 new parishes have been founded by a group of priests dedicated to bringing the church to rural America. This year the Glenmary Home Missioners celebrate a 75-year legacy. “The need still exists. With Glenmary’s approach, a lot of times we