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Volume 6, Number 13
Tuesday, June 19, 2007

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PROFESSION OF FIRST VOWS CELEBRATED IN RANCHI, INDIA


Fr. Nicky (D’Cruz Nicholas)
(far left), with newly-professed Bros. John, Vinod, Julius and Kumar and Bro. Dulare Lal Lucas, assistant novice director

On June 16, 2007, four novices professed first vows in Ranchi, India. The new brothers are: Bros. John Paul, Vinod V.T., Julius Tete and Kumar Mariachinnappan. Fr. Santosh Tudu was the main celebrant, and Fr. D’Cruz Nicholas, novice director, was delegated by Fr. Pragasam Thathappa, district superior, to receive the vows. After vows, Bro. John will teach at Morning Star School in Nepal. Bro. Julius will serve at the Ragpickers’ Education and Development Scheme ministry in Ranchi. Bro. Kumar will serve at REDS in Bangalore, and Bro. Vinod will teach at the Chaminade training institute in Patna. Congratulations and our prayers for the new brothers!

 

FIVE ADDITIONAL BROTHERS ELECTED AS CHAPTER MEMBERS


Fr. Roland

Bro. Lester

Bro. Frank

Fr. Stephen

Fr. Richard

Congratulations to Fr. Roland Bunda, Bro. Lester Kaehler, Bro. Frank O’Donnell, Fr. Stephen Tutas and Fr. Richard Wosman, who have been elected to three year terms on the Provincial Chapter (2007-2010). The complete election results were mailed to brothers this week. The other members of the new Provincial Chapter are shown below. Our prayers for the Provincial Chapter members as they discern the future of the Province.

Members by right of office (2007-2010)
Provincial Council
Provincial Stephen Glodek
Fr. Jim Fitz
Fr. George Cerniglia
Bro. Ed Brink
Bro. Joe Markel
Fr. Joe Lackner

District Superiors
Bro. Chola Mulenga
Bro. Roberto Hanss
Fr. Pragasam Thathappa

Elected members (2007-2012)
Bro. Ray Fitz
Bro. Francisco González
Fr. Jim Heft
Bro. Charles Johnson
Fr. Paul Marshall
Fr. Jack McGrath
Bro. Mike O’Grady
Bro. Bernie Ploeger
Fr. Kip Stander
Fr. Oscar Vasquez

 

VOCATION OFFICE PRESENTS AT RETREAT IN SAN ANTONIO


At the Life Awareness Retreat, Bro. Ralph, Sr. Gretchen and Bro. Mike

Bro. Ralph Neumann, Sr. Gretchen Trautman and Bro. Mike Sullivan participated in the Life Awareness Retreat sponsored by the Archdiocese of San Antonio June 1 to June 3 in San Antonio. The retreat was attended by more than 40 participants ages 16 to 38. Sr. Gretchen presented on formation in a religious order, and Bro. Mike spoke on living life as a religious. Bro. Ralph participated in the Emmaus Walk activity.

 

NEWS FROM VOCATIONS

Read the June 11, 2007, issue of Vocation News by Bro. Charles Johnson, national vocation director.

 

WEST HILLS COMMUNITY HOSTS SUMMER DISCERNMENT DAY

LEFT: Mike Schulz, Ray, Bro. Skip and Brandon; RIGHT: Dinner on the patio of the West Hills community house. Photos courtesy of Bro. Jim Wisecaver

Contacts Mike Chiuri, Brandon Paluch and Mike Schulz, Inquirer Arthur Fitzmaurice and Aspirant Ray Dominguez joined the West Hills community on June 16 for an afternoon of “food for the body and soul,” according to Bro. Jim Wisecaver. Others in attendance included Bros. Tony Pistone, Skip Matthews, Urban Naal and LeRoy Viera.

 

FAUSTINO HOUSE HOSTS LIVE-IN EXPERIENCE IN LUSAKA


Bros. Erick Otiende
(back, center) and Timothy Mazundah (front, second from right) with participants in the “live-in” experience at the Faustino formation house. Photo courtesy of Bro. Fred Silbereis

Eleven participants completed a five-week “live-in” experience June 15 at the Faustino Formation Center in Lusaka, Zambia. Bro. Erick Otiende, community and recruitment director, organized the event, with assistance from Bro. Timothy Mazundah and Novices George Sakala and Innocent Chikwanda. The participants assisted with pastoral work at places arranged by Bro. Erick and heard talks on human development, community life, Mary and Marianist history from brothers from the Matero community. At its meeting in August, the Council of the District of Eastern Africa will select the new aspirancy class.

 

PERSONNEL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Bro. Bob Wiethorn (DeSales Crossings, Cincinnati), has accepted the appointment as area coordinator for Ohio. He succeeds Bro. Ed Brink in that position. Our best to Bro. Bob!

Bro. Joe Grieshaber (Marianist Residence, San Antonio) has been appointed to the Provincial staff as assistant to Bro. Joe Markel in the Office of Temporalities. Bro. Joe will begin his new ministry in August and join the Maryland Avenue community. Congratulations Bro. Joe!

Fr. Robert Hogan (Casa San Juan, San Antonio), has been granted a rescript of excardination to the Archdiocese of San Antonio with the intention of joining the Brothers of the Beloved Disciple. Fr. Robert’s perpetual vows are suspended during this time of excardination. When he is granted incardination into the archdiocese of San Antonio by the Archbishop, his perpetual vows will be dispensed. We are grateful for Bob’s long years of service to the Society of Mary and wish him God’s blessings as a priest of the archdiocese of San Antonio and a member of the Brothers of the Beloved Disciple. The Brothers of the Beloved Disciple is a pious society of the faithful founded by Fr. George Montague, SM.

Alan Smith (Dublin, Ireland) has withdrawn from the aspirancy program. We thank Alan for his time with us and wish him God's blessing on his future.

 

JUBILARIANS CELEBRATE AT NEW MARIANIST CENTER IN CUPERTINO


Bro. José Degorio

Fr. John McEnhill

Bro. Joseph Wasielewski

Five jubiliarians were honored at special celebration June 10 in the Chapel of the Marianist Martyrs at the new Marianist Center in Cupertino, Calif. Celebrating their profession were Bro. José Degorio (50 years), Fr. John McEnhill (60 years) and Bro. Joseph (Wasy) Wasielewski (70 years). Fr. Thomas Hogan (70 years) and Fr. Tim Kenney (25th sacerdotal), were unable to attend the celebration. Fr. Dave Schuyler was the presider and received the renewal of vows. Fr. John Bolin was the homilist. Representing the Provincial Council was Bro. Mike O’Grady, assistant for religious life. Bro. Vince Wayer served as master of ceremonies for the dinner. Approximately 85 Marianists, friends and family attended.


LEFT: Fr. Dave (right) receives vows from Fr. John and Bro. José; RIGHT: Bro. Vince and Bro. Joe Nu’uanu. Photos courtesy of Bros. John Schlund and Jim Wisecaver

 

BEATIFICATION DATE SET FOR MARIANIST MARTYRS


The Madrid Marianist martyrs

On October 28, 2007, four additional Marianist martyrs will be named blessed by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome. They are: Padre Miguel Léibar Garay, Don Florencio Arnáiz Cejudo, Don Sabino Ayastuy Herrasti and Don Joaquin Ochoa Salazar. They will be beatified along with 494 others who were all martyred during the Spanish Civil War at the end of the 1930s. An English translation of Fr. José María Salaverri’s short biography of our new Blesseds is being prepared for distribution from the Provincial office in St. Louis.

 

MARIANIST VOLUNTEERS – THREE AMIGOS IN SAN ANTONIO


Dan Richter,
Marianist volunteer coordinator (far right), with volunteers Chris, Jordan and Norman

 


Volunteer Norman Capinpin with a student

“I didn’t think we’d get along so well, so soon,” says Marianist volunteer Norman Capinpin of his two roommates and fellow volunteers, Chris Nieport and Jordan Kaderli, who live together in community in San Antonio. They’ve helped me grow and called me out when needed,” adds Chris. “Living in community with Chris and Norm has been my favorite part of the experience,” says Jordan. It’s unanimous: The San Antonio contingent of Marianist volunteers is a community that really clicks. Each goes his separate way by day. Chris assists students with education and life skills at the San Antonio Youth Center Youth Build Program. Jordan serves at Merced Housing, an organization that focuses on affordable housing for the poor, and Norman volunteers at San Antonio Urban Ministries in a variety of ways, including as the unofficial art teacher for an after school program. In the evening, the trio comes back together for prayer, dinner and conversation. Read more. There are still a few volunteer positions available for the 2007- 2008 year. For more information, contact Dan Richter or visit the Marianist Volunteer Program web pages.


Chris
(left) and Jordan assist students at their volunteer ministries in San Antonio.

MORE PHOTOS FROM THE MARIANIST CENTER IN CUPERTINO


Patio area behind dining hall of new Marianist Center. Photo by Bro. John Schlund

The brothers in Cupertino have moved in and are ready to show off their new place! View a slideshow of the new Marianist Center. View a video interview with Bro. John Haster regarding the construction of the facility and a video interview with community member Bro. Gene Frank. Bro. Gene also has created a new blog for the Marianist Center. Visit the blog. Photos courtesy of Bros. Jim Wisecaver, John Schlund and Brian Halderman. Videos courtesy of Bro. Brian Halderman.

 

MARIANIST SISTERS LAUNCH NEW WEB SITE


Homepage of the new Marianist sisters Web site

Novice Nicole Trahan announces the launch of the new Marianist sisters Web site (www.marianistsisters.org). The site provides an overview of the sisters and their mission, information about the formation process, news and a blog by Nicole.

 

BRO. MAX BEYER CELEBRATES 70TH JUBILEE IN DAYTON


Bro. Max Beyer
(center) with the celebrants of his June 3 Jubilee Mass celebrating his 70th anniversary of profession, Frs. Joe Tedesco, François Rossier, John Putka (rear), Tom Thompson, Paul Vieson (rear), Jim McKay, Robert Hughes and Bert Buby, photos courtesy of Bro. Charles Gausling


LEFT: Fr. Bert Buby (left) receives vows from Bro. Max; RIGHT: Bro. Norbert Sturm (left), a member of Bro. Max’s vow class, with Bro. Max

 

COMMUNITY IN DAYTON WELCOMES NEW MARIANIST AFFILIATE

Congratulations to Wanda Joy Urquhart who was received as a Spiritual Lay Marianist Affiliate June 2 in a ceremony at Our Lady of Good Counsel Chapel at Alumni Hall in Dayton. Wanda was received by Fr. Bert Buby into the Queen of Apostles-Lady of the Pillar community.

Fr. Bert and Wanda at the ceremony. Photo courtesy of affiliate Richard Drabik

 

MERCY NEIGHBORHOOD MINISTRIES FEATURED IN NEW VIDEO

Last month, Mercy Connections in Cincinnati merged with two other Mercy ministries to form “Mercy Neighborhood Ministries.” Bros. Bob Wiethorn and Bill Grundish of DeSales Crossings minister at the new organization. View a new 15-minute video about Mercy Neighborhood Ministries.

 

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE REPOSE OF THE SOUL OF . . .

Fr. Henri Coste (Province of France), 83, who died May 18, 2007, in Toulouse, France. May he rest in peace. Fr. Henri’s obituary will appear in the next issue of FamilyOnline.

Bro. Fukuichi Matias Satowaki (Region of Japan), 105, who died May 28, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan. May he rest in peace. Bro. Fukuichi’s obituary will appear in the next issue of FamilyOnline.

Please pray also for Shirley Kenney and Marion June Knopp. Read more.

Editor's Note: Fr. Marty Solma and his family would like to thank the Province members for their prayers and support at the time of his father’s death. “The fraternal care was tangible,” said Fr. Marty. ”A special ‘thank you’ to the brothers in Cleveland and those who were able to attend his funeral.”

 

WESTERLAND ROSE, MOUNT SAINT JOHN, DAYTON


Photo courtesy of Bro. John Lemker. This photo is part of Bro. John’s current exhibit at Gallery St. John. An article about Bro. John’s work appears in the May 30 – June 5 issue of the
Dayton City Paper. Gardener is Bro. Tom Wendorf.

 

PLEASE PRAY FOR THE HEALING OF . . .

Fr. Ray Middendorf (Lincoln Street, Hollywood, Fla.), who underwent surgery today to remove a tumor on his bladder.

Bro. Robert Resing (Maryland Avenue , St. Louis), who is undergoing cataract surgery on his left eye this week.

Bro. Leo Willett (Novitiate, Dayton), who is having leg problems. Bro. Leo will be going to the Marianist Residence in San Antonio for treatment.

Please pray also for Melanie Halley, Thomas Kenney, Ann Mueller, Msgr. Jack O’Connor, Tom Pitlyk and Helena Strauch. Read more.

 

ST. LAURENCE STUDENTS CAPTURE THE MOMENT, PREDICT FUTURE


Bro. Fred
(top, far right) with first-year students at St. Laurence College in Dublin, after they sealed their time capsules.

It’s a tradition at St. Laurence College in Dublin, Ireland, for first year students to create a time capsule. Usually crafted from a cardboard box, the time capsule includes an autobiography of the student’s life and a list of hopes and dreams for the future. Predictions are included, along with homework journals and other trinkets typical of 13-year-olds. The time capsules are stored at school until the students graduate. According to Bro. Fred Rech, who teaches religion at St. Laurence, it is a really special time when the students open their time capsules on graduation day.

 

CELEBRATING FAUSTINO HOUSE COMPLETION IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA


Bro. Jack Somerville
(far left) and the construction crew celebrate the completion of the new Faustino House Formation Centre in Lusaka. On May 31, the District of Eastern Africa honored Bro. Jack for overseeing the construction of the project.

 

WHO'S DOING WHAT. . .

Fr. Joe Tedesco (Alumni Hall, Dayton) and the beautiful garden he created outside of Alumni Hall were featured in the University of Dayton’s online newsletter, UDQuickly. Read more. Fr. Joe was also mentioned in the June 1 issue of the Catholic Telegraph as the presider for a Mass June 13 that was part of UD’s Festa San Antonio 2007, a gathering to pray for world peace.
Fr. Joe in the Alumni Hall garden he created

Fr. John Leies (Marianist Residence, San Antonio) published a commentary on the World Congress of Families held in Warsaw, Poland, in the June 8 issue of Today’s Catholic. Read the commentary.

Fr. George Montague (Casa San Juan, San Antonio) has released a second, revised and expanded edition of “Understanding the Bible,” an introduction to biblical interpretation from Paulist Press.

Bro. Mel Meyer (Curé of Ars, St. Louis) was featured in an article in the June 7 issue of the Nashville Scene. Approximately 100 of Bro. Mel’s works of art are on display at the The Arts Company in Nashville through July 27. Read the article.
Bro. Mel’s
“Still Life with Guitar”

Bro. John Samaha (Cupertino, Calif.) has published several articles recently, including “The Challenging Choice: Making Money or Doing Good,” which appeared in the May 21 issue of the The Catholic Voice. Read the article.

Fr. Joe Kozar (Alumni Hall, Dayton), who had thumb surgery May 7, announces that he is now “back in action” but with a cast. Our prayers for Fr. Joe’s speedy recovery!

 

PEACE & JUSTICE UPDATE:

Holy Land Resolution. A resolution supporting a two-state solution in the Holy Land has been introduced. Urge your senators to co-sponsor this initiative. Read the action alert and a letter from Bishop Thomas Wenski, chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops International Policy Committee.

Executive Pay. The Marianist Province of the U.S. is mentioned in a June 2 article in the Washington Post on targeting executive pay. Read the article.

Contact Myles McCabe, Province director of peace & justice, mmccabe@sm-usa.org. 314.533.1207, x. 235

 

DAYTON MARIANISTS PARTICIPATE IN ANTI-RACISM MARCH


On the ”Peace Bridge,” members of the Well Community of Lay Marianists, Christine, Kevin and T.J. Wisniewski, Bridget Ebbert, Jeff Warren, Luke Wisniewski, Anne Petratis and Dan Jordan and Novice Nicole Trahan. Photo courtesy of Sr. Laura Leming

On May 21, members of the Marianist family in Dayton participated in the 19th annual Peace Bridge event, an annual march and prayer service to combat racism in the city. Participants marched to the Third Street Bridge that divides east and west Dayton, traditionally a borderline between whites and blacks in the city. The march encourages breaking down barriers. Sr. Leanne Jablonski, who also participated, was quoted in a story about the event in the June 15 issue of The Catholic Telegraph. Read the story.

 

FAUSTINO YOUTH GROUP MAKES PILGRIMAGE TO SHRINE


The Faustinos, a youth group that meets at the chapel at Matero Boys’ Secondary school in Lusaka, prepare for a pilgrimage to a Marian Shrine being constructed near the city. Fr. Tony Jansen is helping to support the shrine project. Bro. Erick Otiende works with the Faustino group. Photo courtesy of Bro. Fred Silbereis

 

FROM THE SCHOOLS . . .

CHAMINADE UNIVERSITY OF HONOLULU students Chelcy Reyes and Crystal Weseman were featured on the Colleges of Distinction Web site for receiving service leadership awards from the Hawaii Pacific Islands Campus Compact. The award recognizes outstanding leadership and innovation in community service. Congratulations Chelcy and Crystal!

Chelcy (right) and Atina Pascua, service-learning director for University of Hawaii at Manoa

CHAMINADE COLLEGE PREPARATORY ST. LOUIS. Ray Harter, director of the Marianist Servant Leadership Program at Chaminade, and his wife Julie, led a group of 11 students on an immersion trip to San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, June 3 to June 11. The group served at Casa de los Angeles House, a facility that assists poor working mothers with day care and support. In addition to caring for children, the students helped with the construction of the center’s new facility. CCP is sponsoring one of the rooms under construction in the new building.


Ray Harter,
standing, third from right, and Julie Harter, seated, far left, with the Chaminade students in Mexico

CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL senior Brett Vessell was named the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools Athlete of the Year for his accomplishments in football, swimming and track. Brett also maintained a 4.0 average during his four years at Central Catholic. At commencement, he was awarded the Central Catholic Marianist diploma for his academic achievement. Congratulations Brett!

Brett Vessell

 

MARCELLA ROAD COMMUNITY BIDS FAREWELL TO BRO. RICHARD


On Memorial Day, the Marcella Road community in Cleveland had a celebration in honor of Bro. Richard Roesch, who is moving in July to the Marianist Residence in San Antonio. For the past few years, Bro. Richard has served the community as its “Spiritual Care Giver,” attending clinical and spiritual training programs. LEFT: Bro. Richard with his sister-in-law Dorothy Roesch; RIGHT: Bro. Richard’s farewell cake

 

GOOD TO KNOW

E-MAIL PROBLEMS. There have been e-mail problems at the Province office on West Pine. We have discovered that for the past couple of months, many e-mails have not been received. If you have e-mailed someone at West Pine recently and have not received a reply, please resend the e-mail. Thank you.

OUT AND ABOUT. Read the upcoming travel schedule of members of the Provincial staff in St. Louis.

PERSONNEL CHANGES. Read the changes. Remember that personnel information on SM Connect (PORTAL) is updated on a regular basis.

OFFICES CLOSED. The Provincial offices will be closed July 4 for the Independence Day holiday.

FAMILYONLINE. Due to the Province Assembly, the next issue of FamilyOnline will be July 10, 2007.

 
 

June 25 – July 1
Province Assembly, Tucson

July 4
Independence Day, Provincial Offices Closed

July 5 – July 13
LIFE Pacific Adult Event, Mission Springs, Calif.

July 7
New York Jubilee celebration, Queens

MORE

 

PARISH HONORS FACULTY, STAFF FROM COYLE HIGH SCHOOL


The old Coyle High School in Kirkwood, Mo. The approximate date of the photo is the early 1950s.

St. Peter Parish in Kirkwood, Mo., invites any Marianist who taught at the old Coyle High School to a celebration of the parish’s 175th anniversary on Sept. 23, 2007. Coyle High School was operated on the parish property from 1939 until 1960, when St. John Vianney High School opened nearby. The Coyle building is used as part of the parish’s elementary school. The Marianists as well as the Ursuline Sisters and lay teachers will be honored at the celebration, which includes Eucharist at 11 a.m. followed by lunch and a tour. If you cannot attend, you’re welcome to share memories or photos from Coyle. To RSVP or to send photos or memories, contact Ann Mueller or share online at www.stpeterkirkwood.org.

 

SAVE THE DATE…

St. Mary’s, Chaminade and St. John Vianney High Schools in St. Louis cordially invite all local Marianists to attend a gathering on Oct. 1, 2007, at the Cardinal Rigali Center. The day will include Eucharist at 9:30 a.m., brunch and a talk by John Findlater, a dynamic, inspirational speaker. The activities should conclude by 1:30 p.m. For more information or to RSVP e-mail Mary Kay Fitzpatrick at St. John Vianney High School or call 314-965-4853, ext. 137.

 

THE CLASSIFIEDS

MINISTRY OPPORTUNITY. Saint Louis School in Honolulu has an opening for a full-time chaplain. Position start date is August 2007. For more information, contact Bro. John Habjan.

 

CORPUS CHRISTI PROCESSION HELD IN LUSAKA, ZAMBIA


Fr. Tony Jansen,
(under the canopy), leads a group participating in the Corpus Christi procession June 10 in Lusaka. Hundreds turned out for the event, including children, young adults and adults who belong to various prayer groups that have evolved from the popular chapel at Matero Boys’ Secondary School. Photo courtesy of Bro. Fred Sibereis

 

NEWSLETTER
CENTRAL

INDIA. Read the May 2007 District of India newsletter.

CAPE MAY. Read the June 2007 issue of Beacon.com, the newsletter of the Marianist Family Retreat Center in Cape May Point, N.J.

CUPERTINO. Read the June 2007 newsletter from Fr. Steve Tutas.

 

JUST ONE MORE...


Spotted in Dayton.
A fawn discovered on the Mount St. John property in Dayton. Photo courtesy of Bro. Don Smith

 

PROVINCE
BIRTHDAYS

Editor's Note: If you would like your e-mail address eliminated from FamilyOnline for security reasons, please e-mail Ann Mueller

June

19 - John Klobuka jklobuka@hotmail.com
  Thomas Schroer thomas.schroer@notes.udayton.edu
20 - Richard Martens rdjmart@hotmail.com
  Joseph Tarrillion joetarr@cchs-satx.org
22 - Fermin Garcia Garcia ferminsm@hotmail.com
23 - Lisa Gooding lgooding@sm-usa.org
  Albert Koch  
  Michael Murphy mikemurphy@rediffmail.com
24 - William Halloway willhall1966@yahoo.com
25 - Wilbert Hamm  
26 - Jesse O’Neill jeo626@aol.com
  Peter Samad  
  Sukrit Tirkey sukrit@yahoo.com
27 - Gerald Hyland  
  Joseph Lynch lynch99@verizon.net
  James Maus jmm457@hotmail.com
  Joseph Priestley jpriestley@chaminade.edu
28 - Howard Hughes litmus2h@aol.com
  Lester Kaehler lkaehler@stmarytx.edu
29 - Andrew Kosmowski nachgohuman339@excite.com
30 - John Dempsey jpjd@myway.com

July

1 - Bernard Ploeger bploeger@chaminade.edu
3 - Gabriel Kirangah gkiranga@yahoo.com
5 - James Wisecaver wisecaver@mac.com
6 - Chittibabu Gunja chittigunja@yahoo.co.in
  Stanley Mathews  

 

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