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Day 25

Associate Pastor Fr. Joseph Evinger was our mass celebrant this morning in the beautiful St. Joseph Catholic Church. He learned Spanish in San Antonio Texas, a special city to me since Cathy and I were married there in 1979. Fr…. Continue Reading →

Day 24

I continue east on the beautiful Highway 2, tracking the Missouri River towards Williston North Dakota, located 18 miles from Montana and 60 miles south of Canada. Williston is another railroad town founded in 1887 and is located on the… Continue Reading →

New pictures from David Tucker from Serabu West Africa. Home of Southern Eye Institute

The last time this woman (the one in blue) visited the clinic was asked to undergo an operation, after returning home she never came back …she has finally agreed for an operation when Dr Cathy comes back in January Share… Continue Reading →

Day 23

Raphael Catholic Church is celebrated its namesake’s feast day a few days ago on October 24th. St. Raphael was a member of the Discalced Carmelite Order of Poland and Raphael is one of three archangels mentioned in canonical scriptures. And… Continue Reading →

Day 22

This Ride for Sight continues on a parallel course to the Missouri River, north of the river, going east towards the Dakota’s. Today I descended into Ft. Benton, a picturesque town on the northern bank of the Missouri River. Ft…. Continue Reading →

Day 21

I heard about the Pastor of Holy Spirit Catholic Church of Great Falls Montana before I arrived. Fr. Dick Schlosser was Pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Livingston Montana years ago (day #19) where he still has an energetic… Continue Reading →

Day 20

I am off to Great Falls Montana, 195 miles from Livingston and the furthest Ride point from my home. After Great Falls I will turn east toward the Dakotas. But today I venture past the Shields River Valley with its… Continue Reading →

Day 19

I arrived in Livingston Montana yesterday afternoon, to St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Fr. Leo McDowell is the nicest pastor I never met. He was in Krakow Poland for World Youth Day but he advance-promoted the Ride with posters and announcements… Continue Reading →

Day 18

Anthony of Padua Catholic Church was the site of 8:30 am mass, followed by 24-hour adoration to Jesus Christ in the form of the Holy Eucharist. Fr. Vernon Clark, along with four other priests and deacons lead a joyful mass… Continue Reading →

Day 17

Anthony of Padua Catholic Church was the site of 8:30 am mass, followed by 24-hour adoration to Jesus Christ in the form of the Holy Eucharist. Fr. Vernon Clark, along with four other priests and deacons lead a joyful mass… Continue Reading →

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