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A Few Adventures From The Road: Central Walk

June 5, 2010

For the past two weeks, we have endured the extremes:     from blistering cold snow storms to hot summer days in the desert. 10 people living out of 1 RV and a mini-van. Many Rosaries. Daily Mass. Blisters. Swollen feet. Offering it up for babies. A flat tire. Skimming off part of the side of the RV. Patching it up with duct tape. Many trials. Great friends. Priceless experience.

Jessica G., Central Walk 2010

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  1. Fr. Dwight Hoeberechts, OMI permalink
    June 7, 2010 2:29 pm

    Dear Central Walkers….I offer all of you greetings from Buffalo, NY where I am finishing up my current ministry filling in at one of our Oblate parishes til I move to NW Minnesota where I will become Pastor of 3 small rural parishes on the White Earth Indian Reservation on July 15th! I am so excited reading your blog entry. Last summer I did the Southern Walk on Crossroads 2oo9 from the Santa Monica Pier in LA to Washington, DC. I have been praying for all of you as preparations were being made for this year’s walks. I am so happy for all of you as you make your journey across the central part of America to be Witnesses for Life. I can tell from your short blog report that you have entered into the Crossroads experience. I will continue to remember you when I pray t he Liturgy of the Hours, my rosary time and especially when I celebrate Daily Mass! I want you to know that what you are doing is truly making a difference in Building Up a Culture of Life. My Crossroads 2009 experience continues to bear many fruits as I speak out as a Witness for Life and wear my ‘Pro Life’ t-shirt. I’m looking forward to your next blog update as your journey continues.

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