A Parish Lenten Mission with Fr. Bob Gielow, C. M.

April 3 – 5, 2017

Fr. Bob Gielow, C.M., is a Vincentian priest who studied at Saint Mary’s Seminary in Perryville, Missouri, completed his theology at DeAndreis seminary in Lemont, Illinois. Father received a Master’s degree in Counseling from Southwest Missouri State then joined the faculty of Regina Cleri Seminary in Tucson, Arizona. After completing his Master’s degrees in Divinity and Religious Studies, he became Director of Vocations for the Midwest Province of the Vincentians.

Here at St. Benedict, Fr Bob gave a 3-day Mission event entitled, A Little Bit of Heaven, which included the topics for each day:

  • Prayer and Miracles
  • Heaven’s Greatest Miracle…Forgiveness
  • Heaven on Earth…Service

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At the 2016 Parish Mission, Fr Bob Rossi, OSC, a Crosier Father from Phoenix, guided us in an exploration of Mercy, both in everyday life and in the sacred Scriptures. Fr. Rossi has been a missionary in Brazil and Africa and brings a wealth of experience to this topic of Mercy. Each day of the mission featured two identical morning and evening sessions. Topics include:

  • The Mercy Challenge: Assessing personal reactions to challenging situations
  • Mercy in Scripture: Seeing the Mercy of our God in action
  • A Merciful Catholic Church: A review of the Church’s call to Mercy

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To download a copy of the slideshow used during this presentation, please click here.

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Our 2015 Parish Mission was a great success thanks Fr. John Amsberry and all who helped to organize the event. From March 23rd – 25th, 2015, two identical sessions were held in the morning and evening. The videos below are from the morning sessions. If you would like to find out more information about Fr. John, you may visit his website or Facebook page. Thank you to all who participated in making our 2015 Lenten Parish Mission a great success.

Video – Session 1A

Video – Session 2A