Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Remembering Uncle Dan
Daniel Berrigan Memorial
September 30, 2016
St. Thomas More Parish, Kalamazoo
"Uncle Dan was a priest. He left home at the age of 13 to join the Jesuits, was ordained with his class, and is now buried in a Jesuit cemetery in Auriesville, NY. He told someone once that in walking the streets of New York the faces of passersby were as the beads of the Rosary to him, a prayer for each one, a moment to ponder the mysteries each person bore, sorrowful and joyful and glorious mysteries.
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