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Checking up on some pioneers: Indy’s first deacons, one year later

posted by deacon greg kandra

Last year, Indianapolis ordained its very first class of deacons. And you can find out how they’re doing right here.



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Terry

posted September 27, 2009 at 7:47 am


Deacon Greg,It is with great joy that I read of the success of the diaconate in Indianapolis. I lived there for 20years and found great comfort and inspiration in the Roman Catholic faith commnity here.I have other good news. Yesterday, September 26, 2009. the Roman Catholic Diocese of Fort Worth, Texas ordained 32 men to the Diaconate which by the grace of the Holy Spirit I count myself as one.



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Deacon Greg Kandra

posted September 27, 2009 at 8:22 am


That's wonderful, Terry! Blessings and prayers to you and your brothers. Ad multos annos!Dcn. G.



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