4th Annual Ride For Sight Part 3 Lisbon, Padua or San Antonio ?

St. Anthony of Padua, Patron Saint of Portugal, was born in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal and the next city on our 4th Annual Ride for Sight. St. Anthony lived 800 years ago with his final years spent in and around… Continue Reading →

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Tom Lewis unpacks Feed My Flock meals being cooked and served in Serabu Share This:

4th Annual Ride For Sight Part 2 We’ll Always Have Paris

We knew something had changed shortly after we settled into our Air France seats. Evening odors and sticky humidity were replaced by air conditioning, French accents and fog canisters to kill any insects that may have entered our civilized environment…. Continue Reading →

October 1 The Ride Begins – Departing Africa

  As we arrive to the Lungi Airport, we are consumed with a feeling of exhaustion, blanketed in local red road dust from our 7 hour trip and yet filled with the adrenalin-anticipation of returning home. We have accomplished a… Continue Reading →

Southern Eye Institute Ride for Sight Starts October 1st.

Week 1 of Southern Eye Institute Ride for Sight starts October 1st.  Here is a Video from mission team Member Claire Levesque.  Stay tuned to this site for Ride Blog Posts.  Become a Sight Saver today by clicking here. Share… Continue Reading →

Day 39

Church of the Holy Spirit in Memphis Tennessee has been our family home parish for 26 years. I               feel so good to be home. Pastor Fr. Michael Werkhoven and Associate Pastor Fr. Mathew     Panackachira are faithful, loving servants… Continue Reading →

Day 38

As I trek into Arkansas I am in familiar territory. In a couple of hours I will be in Memphis. I remember this part of the world from when our sons attended Kia Kima Boy Scout Camp near           Hardy… Continue Reading →

Day 37

West Plains Missouri is the home of St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Their Pastor, Fr. Shoby Chettiyath offered a generous announcement about Southern Eye Institute during 8 am Mass. Our Ride announcement flier was posted on their community bulletin board. I… Continue Reading →

Day 36

I am riding towards West Plains in southern Missouri. About 30 miles before I reach West Plains I happened upon Twin Bridges Canoe and Campground located of the North Fork River. The              Camp is… Continue Reading →

Day 35

Fr. Ian Murphy is the pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Harrisonville Missouri. A gentle and kind man, he was a seminary classmate of Fr. Elvis Gonzales of Memphis. Fr. Murphy      served communion during 8… Continue Reading →

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