Thursday, June 10, 2010

Dee Simone


Andrés Esteban López Ruiz CCR said...

Prayer intentions!
Yes please pray for me. I am a seminarian in Mexico.

For the leader of the walk: Always remember that "non haberes potestatem adversum me ullam nisi tibi esset datum desuper"

Authority is a gift given to you for your sanctification, the sanctification of the people on your charge and to the Glory of God.

To reign is to serve up to the Calvary just our savior did. So be willing to love through the Gift of Authority and look at our Glorious King who did not came to be served but to serve and to give his life for the good of all of us.

I will pray for you very much this summer.

Missionaries of the Eucharist said...

Wow... that was exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you so much for your kind words! We will be praying for your time in the seminary and for the day that you will be ordained a Priest!

shawn said...

I just wanted to say that i am praying for all of you. Please be safe, healthy and at peace as you continue on your journey.
I love you & miss you.

Anonymous said...

Hi Dee!!!

Grandma and me say hi and wish you and group well on your journey to DC. Hope all goes well and we wish all of you well and all of you are in our prayers.

Love Grandma,Aunt Tracy and Trixie the cat

Who we are?

Every summer we, the Missionaries of the Eucharist, are walking from Lewiston, Maine to Washington, DC to proclaim the beauty of the Catholic faith to everyone we meet, specifically through the Theology of the Body.

Conversion begins in our own hearts,which is why prayer is so important to our ministry. For this reason, everyday of our ten week walk begins with daily Mass. By receiving Christ in the Eucharist, we are given the grace to be the Love of Christ not only to those in our community but also to those we meet in the streets.

We walk throughout the day to be a witness of love. We are grounded in prayer-we pray with our lips, our hearts, and our bodies. In walking an average of twenty-five miles per day, we offer our fatigue as a gift of love to Christ and the people we meet. Our walking is both sacrifice and prayer.