Bury My Heart at St. Anthon-knee

On the road by 6:30 Saturday morning, Lalo and I were off to our final destination: Greenville, SC. Long-time readers will know that Greenville is where I went to college (Furman University) and is also where I first discerned religious life. Naturally, I have an affection for Greenville that I simply do not share with other places in the world, and you may notice a bias in this video. For this, I do not apologize. Greenville is a fantastic city with incredible people and I would move there in a heartbeat if I were able. (Interestingly enough, Fr. Patrick Tuttle, OFM, featured in this video, just had an article written about him in the Greenville News. You can read it here.)

Since the final day of traveling was more of a sprint than a journey, and since our destination was our normal home, not a new or interesting destination, I’ve decided that this video will be the last one of the road trip. I want to thank everyone who supported us along the way, and I really hope you enjoyed the journey as much as we did.

Tomorrow I head to Triangle, VA, where I will spend eight weeks at St. Francis Church teaching, preaching, listening, organizing, and maybe even some sleeping! It’s going to be a great summer for sure, and now that I’ve gotten a taste for movie making, I may even show you what life is like at some point!

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5 Comments on “Bury My Heart at St. Anthon-knee

  1. I am so glad you took us along on your journey. I will be passing through Triangle (OK–on the highway) soon and may stop by to say hi.

  2. Greenville and Father sounds like the ideal match. I will have to put St. Anthony’s on my list.

  3. Looking forward to meeting you at St. Francis. That’s my church.

  4. We are looking forward to having you in Triangle this summer! Welcome!

  5. What a blessing to share in your journey. You are giving a new and bright light to the Catholic Church. Wishing I had this as a child. May you continue to be used in mighty ways as you serve our Lord and Saviour.

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