several years of silence, we are bringing back the Chronicles. Several
people have requested and expressed an interest in knowing more about
the daily activities of HTM. So, here are some of the activities of HTM
outside of the daily routine.
Mary Thompson joined our staff as the part time office manager.
Many of our faithful winter RVers are returning this week. While Hal,
Dennis and Pat, and Judy F. were here during the holidays this week as
brought, Steve and Sandy, Charlie and Anne, Harvey and Mary Jo, Joe M.
back “home.” Scott and Sue have come and gone twice since the
festival. They will be visiting again shortly before they head for
Our monthly Oblate meeting was held this month, with 20 in attendance.
The focus of the meeting was on individual and group spiritual growth.
University of Arizona Newman Center student leadership group came for a
Ray celebrated Mass for 42 of us today.
Fr. John Paul Forte, OP, celebrated Mass for us today.
and Jodie Johnson arrived for a 6-week volunteer program. Brice will be
working in the bakery and Jody will be working in the library.
Fr. Emmanuel Tayor, OP, celebrated Mass for us today
Fr. Ray celebrated Mass for 43 of us today.
Br. Gary, Steve Flatgard and crew began cleaning the sewer pond today.
With the rented heavy-duty earth moving equipment for the project and
having extra time they were able to remove the burnout novitiate
building as well as Bob Rothman’s house.
HTM had a 3-day estate sale with the excess furniture from Bob
Rothman’s house as well as other items that were no longer needed at
House of Prayer retreat group came for a 5-day retreat with 20 in
Spirit Lutheran Church leadership council had a 3-day retreat.
was celebrated by Fr. Pavol Gabor, SJ, with 43 in attendance.
The Kino Boarder Initiative staff of 10 is here for a 3-day retreat.
(“Buck”) and Quigley Buckley, old time winter volunteers came for a
Mark Hendricks of Minneapolis began a 3-month volunteer program today.