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Fr. Luke Strand to Speak at Next BEHOLD Event

2/1/2013 - 10:17 AM PST

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RACINE, WI (February 1, 2013) - Fr. Luke Strand, director, Vocations Office of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee will speak at St. Anneĺs next BEHOLD Event, Saturday, February 16 from 7-9 p.m in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.

Fr. Luke comes from a family of four children, in which he has two brothers Ś one of whom is in the seminary and one of whom is also a priest.

Fr. Luke discovered his calling to the priesthood in his junior year of college. He enjoys camping and the outdoors. He preaches passionately about his vocation, the Eucharist, and how everyone has a unique call in life.

BEHOLD is quarterly prayer service offered at St. Anne, which includes:
Ľ Eucharistic Adoration, Benediction
Ľ Opportunities for Reconciliation
Ľ Praise Music by the band, Yielding
Ľ And a talk by a guest priest, in this case, Fr. Luke

Youth and the young at heart are encouraged to attend this moving event Ś in which many people have commented that the Holy Spirit abounds at this event.

For more information visit http://saint-anne.org/events/.

Contact


http://saint-anne.org/events/  WI, 53402 US
Richard Sosa - , 

Keywords

Eucharistic Adoration, Youth Fellowship, Vocations, Praise and Worship, Reconciliation, Parish Life

Category

Spirituality

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