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For anyone interested in the missions in Africa, this is the 5th update by Fr Angelo (FSSP priest)  I highly recommend you go back and read all of his updates.  What a fascinating journey!

http://finerfem.wordpress.com/2013/09/14...-africa-5/

This is also a beautiful blog, especially for the ladies. 

In Him,
Cassandra
(09-16-2013, 10:11 AM)Ave Wrote: [ -> ]For anyone interested in the missions in Africa, this is the 5th update by Fr Angelo (FSSP priest)  I highly recommend you go back and read all of his updates.  What a fascinating journey!

http://finerfem.wordpress.com/2013/09/14...-africa-5/

This is also a beautiful blog, especially for the ladies. 

In Him,
Cassandra


Thank you Cassandra  :) God bless.
"...each night the devil, I mean evangelicals..."
I had to laugh! I grew up in the south, I totally get what he means! Lolololol.
He's got a great sense of humor and a positive attitude.  :)
Do we know how we may support his mission??
(09-16-2013, 08:20 PM)PurposefulMother Wrote: [ -> ]"...each night the devil, I mean evangelicals..."
I had to laugh! I grew up in the south, I totally get what he means! Lolololol.
He's got a great sense of humor and a positive attitude.  :)
Do we know how we may support his mission??

How about email his blog and suggest he put a Paypal link on the blog.
I suppose that could work, although it is his sister-in-law's blog.  Not his.  She just posts what he is up to from time to time. 

The only problem I see with Paypal is he obviously cannot receive mail (to get the check for his Paypal balance).  And since he is in the middle of nowhere, maybe there are not exactly banks nearby.  Not sure how that would all work. 

Then again, maybe he receives a paycheck from FSSP headquarters? 

I don't know. 

I was just thinking earlier today that there had to be a way to help him out somehow.....
He is very fortunate to be doing such work.
That would be Fr. Angelo Van Der Putten, FSSP formerly of the Parish of St. Peter in Tulsa, OK.
Let us pray for these good, holy Catholic missions. We are so focused on the crisis here, that sometimes we forget about distant lands and peoples in need of the Church.

The Institute of Christ the King also has an African mission:
http://www.institute-christ-king.org/ins...-missions/

How beautiful it is that these people can experience Catholic truth as well as beauty and reverence in Liturgy through the FSSP and ICKSP.
That would be Fr. Angelo Van Der Putten, FSSP formerly of the Parish of St. Peter in Tulsa, OK.

and, along with Fr. Michael Rodriguez, were the chaplains for the American Remnant chapter of the 2012 Paris to Chartres pilgrimage. What an honor my wife and I  had to spend a week and a half with these shepherds of the faith.
(09-17-2013, 12:02 AM)Ave Wrote: [ -> ]I suppose that could work, although it is his sister-in-law's blog.  Not his.  She just posts what he is up to from time to time. 

The only problem I see with Paypal is he obviously cannot receive mail (to get the check for his Paypal balance).  And since he is in the middle of nowhere, maybe there are not exactly banks nearby.  Not sure how that would all work. 

Then again, maybe he receives a paycheck from FSSP headquarters? 

I don't know. 

I was just thinking earlier today that there had to be a way to help him out somehow.....

I think you can donate specifically to the Nigeria Apostolate of the FSSP Missions:
http://www.fssp.org/en/missions.htm
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