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  • Deacon Dan Wright serves the Diocese of Austin, Texas. His work outside the parish is as a special education teacher serving students with significant cognitive disabilities.



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December 12, 2006



Amen :-) Beautiful


Well, it's funny. Earlier I couldn't decide between going to a meeting to find out more about jail ministry (in the family center) which I've wanted to help with for a long time, or to return to Cenacle at long last. Both were at 7 pm, and in different parishes.

I went to Cenacle. Partly because of this post, partly because I've asked to come closer to Mary for a while (along with others asking that for me), and partly because after this month when my vehicle will be illegal, I'll have no way to get to the jail.

But I'd say this post tipped the scales, tho', and I'm thankful. I hope I gave Mary and Jesus something nice last night at Cenacle. I hear there are usually 10 folks; we made 6 last night. It was simple, quiet, slow, and so sweetly real in that winter-darkened church, and in the chapel we were even treated to His being reposed in a monstrance for our tiny little magnificent gathering.

Deacon Dan, thank you for writing of her.


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