On the Road – January 14, 2015

On the Road



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The summers in Vermont are tremendous. I grew up in Montpelier and went to UVM in Burlington, B.A. Pol Sci ’73

Bill Shouldice
January 15, 2015 12:06 pm

Refreshing! Refreshing!!!!! Welcome
St Mary’s in Brandon has plenty of room !

Gregory Thayer
January 15, 2015 1:39 pm

Looking forward to meeting you Bishop Coyne. Hope to see you at our Christ the King Parish in Rutland. Safe travels sir.

Jason Croteau Epilistog Warriors Society Concordat of 1610
January 15, 2015 10:51 pm

Abanaki tribes in Vermont need our prayers and help. Also I have Mi’kmaq Catholic Heritage . The tribes are being treated badly at Vermont State House. We are lacking a commerce system and access to the Concordat of 1610

The state also is funneling money into New York State from UVM a Unitarian Universalist Occult Church . Tribes should not be required to request funds from the occult. That is absurd.
The government contractors are stealing from poor Vermonters and also plan a fracking operation that the Pope does not want.

We need to have more tribal prayer services , Catholic Relief Services, International Red Cross for tribes , education about tribal culture and music , smudging and helping the poor to find the light of Jesus

The school community of Sacred Heart St. Francis in Bennington (southwestern Vermont) cannot wait to meet Bishop Coyne. We welcome you to our family.

Looking forward to your meeting all the parishes in the diocese. Glad you had a safe trip here and woke up to beautiful snow! Hope to attend your installation as the Bishop of Burlington. May the Lord bless you. And we are so blessed to have you here as the Shepherd of our Diocese!