World Youth Day has produced bumber crop of priests, religious

O'Neill, Eddie
August 2013
Our Sunday Visitor;8/25/2013, Vol. 102 Issue 17, p12
The article discusses how the World Youth Day has produced priests and religious as described by Sister Mary Frances Basanese of the Dominican Sisters of Saint Cecilia in Tennesee, Father James Phalan of the Holy Cross Family Ministries and Sister Anne Catherine of the Nashville Dominicans.


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