Another anniversary to remember today (6/8/16)


Thirty-seven years ago, Andy Alexander, SJ, Dave Matkzo, SJ, and I were ordained to the priesthood at Holy Name church in Omaha, NE by Archbishop Daniel Sheehan. And, next week on the 15th is the same anniversary of Gerry Stockhausen, SJ, who died in January.

We corresponded this morning, sharing deep gratitude for the blessing to serve the Church in the Society of Jesus for these years (a prime/perfect number!)

Time is too slow for those who wait Time is too fast for those who fear. Time is too long for those who mourn; too short for those who rejoice. But for those who love, time is eternity!

All things have their time and all things pass away. O God, I have loved your life and your world.”

Thank you for this wonderfully expressive song, John Kavanaugh, SJ! –roc,sj

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