Chapter Spotlight: ALBANY

  • Chapter Spotlight Albany

    The Albany Chapter is perhaps best known today in the Maryknoll world for so successfully planning for and executing the MAC of 2014. That success is a reflection of the talent, dedication to mission and sense of community that is the Albany Affiliate Chapter.
  • Chapter Spotlight Albany

    Albany is one of the largest Affiliate Chapters with 30 active members. Unique to this Chapter is that they have two contact people – Laetitia Rhatigan, and, perhaps even more unique, Fr. Tom Hayes, a diocesan priest and central figure in the Chapter.
  • Chapter Spotlight Albany

    Chapter members gather monthly and each meeting includes reflection, a discussion on a book (on mission, spirituality, theology, etc.) and a review of action taken or planned. The Chapter sponsors and remains in contact with a Maryknoll Sisters' mission in Guatemala that a number of members have visited. The meeting includes with a meal accompanied by enough laughter and sense of camaraderie to last until the next gathering.
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  • Remembering Jim - Chicago Central
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    The Chicago Central Affiliate Chapter recently gathered and focused their meeting on a remembrance of Jim Madden.  They ended with an adapted prayer that I found to be especially meaningful and moving.  I think you will too.  (Bob Short) Celine Woznica, contact person for that Chapter introduced it this way:  “As part of the service, we listened to Jim's own words by taking his Visioning with Maryknoll Movement document, editing it down a bit, and dividing it into 11 sections.  We took turns reading and paused a bit after each section. We found a station on Pandora that played Aymaran music, and brought some artesenia from the Andes (well, Bolivia, but it worked).”   “The final prayer is an adaptation of an Irish funeral prayer which reflected Jim's Irish heritage and ended it with a little Latin American flavor!  Thanks for sharing the service with the other Affiliates in case they would like to do something similar.  We all remember Jim with such love and gratitude.”
    Written on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 00:00 in Chapter News and Information Be the first to comment! Read 285 times Read more...