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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, 2007



Amen. And/or maybe that local priest they phoned, had "called" St. Anthony of Padua right away for help in his being safely found.

Since he's only 78, it's possible that it's not age and injury that confused him, but his own meds --possibly a new one. Older folks are on so many, and so many are strong meds--and all this on an already seriously compromised system--I always marvel when none of them spoon soup into their ears. I hope they'll consider meds as the culprit, and I wish he'd had the joy of knowing where he was/was going, but I'm happy with you that he's ok.


Glory to God everything turned out ok!


Merry Christmas, deacon dan! Wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas Day, and hopefully some time to relax afterwards.


A blessed Christmas season, DDW, to you and yours. And that same kind of New Year, too.


Blest woman

DDW, you've received a 'net blessing here. I tell you only in case you wish to pass it along.

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