Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Habits of Burgundy and Black

 Brother John-Joseph and Brother Gilbert in front of Beit Achim (House of Brothers in Hebrew)
The Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will have now decided to wear the burgundy work habit with a black scapular. This is now our permanent habit. The burgundy robe is worn once one enters the novitiate and the black scapular is worn when one becomes a temporary professed consecrated brother.

 The burgundy symbolises the Precious Blood and the Eucharist and the black is our consecration to the darkness of Mary's Mystical Womb, the hiddenness and dark cloud of St Joseph's protection and the hiddenness of the Holy Family. The Huon Valley in Tasmania where we live is often ringed with dark clouds and Tasmania was called the Isle of St Joseph by Father Julian Tenison-Woods who founded the Josephite Order of Nuns with St Mary Mckillop and the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in 1874 with Mother Stanislaus (Catherine) Gaffney.

The Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will began in Perth at St Bernadette's Parish on May 13 2013 when Father Doug Harris the Moderator of the APA and Brother Gilbert (the Acting Assistant Moderator of the APA) and Brother John-Joseph (who was entering the novitiate) decided to call the consecrated brothers within the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration (APA) the Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will and begin the process of developing a distinct rule of life for contemplative-active brothers as opposed to that for other members of the APA. At that time the brothers habit was changed from a white robe with charcoal grey/brown scapular and black rope to a white robe with burgundy Scapular and black rope.

Brother Gilbert and Brother John-Joseph felt that the Lord was calling them to move to the Eastern States in order to spend time developing the brotherhood. At first they considered Melbourne but the Holy Spirit eventually led them to Tasmania where they arrived on February 6 2014. Brother Gilbert received the word of Sandy Bay when praying about where God wanted them to go in the October or November of 2013. Brother Gilbert googled Sandy Bay Parish and began praying for the parish priest Father Michael Tate. They also felt God wanted them to go to Tasmania to pray and intercede for the new Archbishop of Tasmania Julian Porteous.

They lived in Kettering for a month (staying with Brother Gilbert's relatives Karen and Alan) traveling to Sandy Bay each day to daily Mass at St Canice Church in Lower Sandy Bay and Holy Spirit Church in Sandy Bay on Sundays. They had a good meeting with Archbishop Julian Porteous in late February. On March 7 2014 (with the approval of the Archbishop and the support of Father Tate) they moved to Taroona where they rented the presbytery of St Pius X Church (part of the Sandy Bay Parish). They did Eucharistic Adoration at the three Churches in the Sandy Bay parish with the permission of Father Michael Tate the parish priest.  Brother John-Joseph made his promises (simple private vows) as a temporary professed consecrated brother on May 13 2014 before Father Doug Harris our Moderator who was visiting us at that time from Perth. At this time the brothers started wearing a burgundy work robe as well as the white robe with burgundy scapular for Mass and more formal wear.

At the beginning of 2015 Father Tate was transferred to the Huon Valley Parish and the brothers moved there to rent a house in Huonville on February 6 2015A month or so before Father Tate received the news of his transfer Brother Gilbert in prayer had felt God telling us to "Go South" and he googled real estate in the area but he imagined it would be a matter of years before such a venture could occur. The Holy Spirit had other ideas. A week before Father Tate's announcement Brother Gilbert read a prophecy by St John Bosco about the Angel of Australia telling the people to go south and shared it with Brother John-Joseph. 

The brothers began Adoration at St Mary of the Cross (McKillop) in Ranelagh at the invitation of Father Tate. In Huonville they added the black scapular to the working burgundy robe and decided this would be the habit of the brothers from now on. Part of the decision was the impractical nature of white for men but also to express our growing devotion to St Joseph in all things. You can imagine our delight when the Josephite nuns told us that Father Julian Tenison Woods ministered in the Huon Valley and called Tasmania the Isle of St Joseph. The one place visited by Mother Mary Mckillop in Tasmania was none other than the Good Shepherd Convent with its Church of St Canice in Lower Sandy Bay.

Brother Gilbert with our aspirant Joe.

Also on February 6 2015 we received our new aspirant Joe from Penrith in New South Wales who will begin his postulancy in May.  Our aspirancy lasts for three months followed by postulancy for 4 months. Joe (all going well) will enter the novitiate on the feast of King Stephen of Hungary in August as Joe was born in Hungary and came to Australia as a small child.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Benedictine Monks of Divine Will

A male branch of the Benedictine Sisters of Divine Will in Italy is now up and running called the Benedictine Monks of Divine Will. They have a charism similar to the Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will except the Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will are more like friars than monks or maybe a cross between friars and monks. Maybe a new name of Miars or Fronks should be coined.

In the December 2014 Newsletter of the Benedictine Sisters of Divine Will they report on the monks.
Another little house of least with God’s grace, that’s the goal. Thanks to your prayers and the generosity of our bishop, Msgr. Andrea Turazzi, the Benedictine Monks of Divine Will have been provided with a monastery to set up their own little house of Nazareth in our diocese –La Pieve di Carpegna, translated as
the rural church of Carpegna. Striving to model their lives after the Holy Family, our brothers, like us, seek to accomplish nothing “big” on the outside. Our greatest ambition involves simply learning to love God and neighbor as Jesus, Mary and Joseph did in Nazareth, fulfilling God’s Most Holy Will in all things.
“The guys”, as we affectionately like to call them, officially began their “little” mission with an entrance mass celebrated by Father Elijah Joseph on the evening of October 6th, feast day of St. Bruno, founder of the Carthusian order.

The millennia-old church, now entrusted to Fr. Elijah and his community, was packed with both old and new friends, including three priests from the diocese who concelebrated the mass and wished to offer their prayers and fraternal support. Two young men, Ander Andreani and Michele Magini, received the Benedictine crucifix as a sign of their commitment to the community, said good-bye to their family and friends, and started on their monastic adventure together.

Since then, Fr. Elijah has been able to bring daily mass and
Eucharistic Adoration back to the country church as well as introduce weekly Divine Will prayer meetings, all while forming the two new monks under his care. If you feel the Lord may be calling you to be a part of their family or just want more information about the Benedictine Monks, you can contact Father Elijah Joseph at

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Who are the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration?

The Apostles of Perpetual Adoration were founded by Archbishop Barry James Hickey of Perth and Father Douglas Harris in 2006 as a public Association of Christ's Faithful in order to fulfill Mary's mission of having her Son adored perpetually. In 2010 the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration were renewed as a public Association of Christ's faithful on a permanent basis by Archbishop Hickey.

From the approved Statutes: " ...The Society will be called Apostles of Perpetual Adoration. Both Archbishop Hickey and Fr. Harris will be founding members..."

What are the Aims and Charism?

Firstly to promote Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, especially Perpetual Adoration in Parishes.

Secondly to strive for the highest level of sanctity for the Glory of God.

Thirdly to strive that all peoples will attain the highest level of sanctity.

Who are the members?

The members include priests, deacons, consecrated brothers and sisters, single and married lay people. The Association is open to all those 18 and above who agree with the charism of the association.

Priests in APA are vowed to celibacy and promised to obedience.

The consecrated brothers and sisters make promises (called private vows in Canon Law 1192, 1196, 1197) of poverty, celibacy and obedience.

Single and married lay men and women make promises (private vows) of chastity and obedience.

Our members are found in many countries around the world and some of our priests and other members travel from country to country promoting Perpetual Adoration. Others travel within their country going from diocese to diocese to promote PEA. Others within their own diocese going from parish to parish. Some of the recent places our members have been working to establish chapels of PEA are Indonesia, Latvia, South Africa, Kenya and other countries in Africa, China, the US and Australia.

The contemplative consecrated brothers within the APA are called Little Eucharistic Brothers of Divine Will.

What are the prayer obligations?

Priests, deacons, non-religious consecrated brothers and sisters are obligated to attend or serve daily Mass and pray the Divine Office. They are also to do a daily Holy Hour. The men must do at least one of their Holy Hours each week between 12 midnight and 6 am. Lay members do a Holy Hour each week on the roster at a parish which has Perpetual Adoration if possible.

Who is the moderator or leader of the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration?
Father Doug Harris in 2006 when he founded the community

Father Douglas Harris is the moderator or leader of APA. He is also the parish priest of St Bernadette's Glendalough in the Archdiocese of Perth. He has also been appointed as the Chaplain (by Archbishop Hickey) in charge of promoting Eucharistic Adoration in the Archdiocese of Perth. He is also the Chaplain of the Divine Will Movement in Perth Archdiocese and the Chaplain of the Disciples of Jesus Covenant Community and a number of other groups. He has helped open many chapels in Australia and Indonesia.
Father Doug Harris in May 2013 at St Bernaette's Church

What is an Association of Christ's Faithful?

Associations of Christ's Faithful are distinct from the Institutes of Consecrated Life and the Societies of Apostolic Life in which the Christian faithful, either clergy or laity, or both together, strive by common effort to promote a more perfect life to foster public worship, or to exercise other apostolic works, namely to engage in efforts of evangelisation to animate the temporal order with the Christian spirit. The associations often have within their membership consecrated men and women who are full members of the association and under the governance of the association's moderator. Some examples of non-religious consecrated Brothers and Sisters are - Consecrated Brothers and Sisters of the Emmanuel Community, Regnum Christi, Consecrated Brothers and Sisters of the Beatitudes Community, Focolare Movement, Communion & Liberation.

Who is our Patron?

We are under the patronage of Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament whose feast day is May 13.

Where is the 'mother house'?

The 'mother house' is in the parish of St Bernadette's Glendalough in Perth Western Australia where the Moderator is the Parish Priest.

How can you contact us?
You can visit us at St Bernadette 49 Jugan Street Glendalough Western Australia or email Father Doug on

Monday, August 4, 2014

Habits of Burgundy and White

Brother John Joseph of the Immaculate Womb with Br Gilbert Joseph of the Divine Presence with Father Doug Harris on May 13 2013.

Below is Brother John Joseph and Brother Gilbert inb their Burgundy work habits in 2014. These habits are actually the same colour Burgundy but look redder and pinker in the two different shots.

This photo shows the true colour more acurately with Brother John Joseph at the Passover Seder that the Brothers led in Tasmania in 2014.

Sunday, July 6, 2014

Brother Gilbert: Consecrated Brother Ceremony

First posted here on 5 Feb 2013

Last night [4 February 2013] on the Feast Day of St Gilbert of Sempringham I took life promises as a consecrated brother with the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration. It was a simple but beautiful Mass with the ceremony of my consecration after the homily. I thought I would share the handout for the ceremony with you all. I was assisted in the singing by a group of young adults who attended. Some of my family also attended which made it especially joyful.

Apostles of Perpetual Adoration Consecration Ceremony for Brothers
Father DougCome Bridegroom Blessed is he who comes (Bo Khatan Baruch ha ba)

Brother Gilbert with Choir: ( sings in Hebrew) Lechah dodi, Likrat Kalah, penei Malcah, n’kabelah Boi Kalah Boi Kalah Boi Kalah Shekhinah (Come my beloved to greet the Bride, the face of the Queen, let us receive her. Come Bride Come Bride Come Bride of the Divine Presence).

Brother Gilbert comes forward with his candle and lights it from the ‘Face of Jesus’ candle. He hands the candle to Callum who gives it to Father Doug. Brother Gilbert kneels before Father Doug. Father Doug blesses the candle and hands the candle to Brother Gilbert.

Father Doug:  Gilbert receive this light as a symbol of the Eucharistic light blazing forth from the hearts of Jesus and Mary

Brother GilbertI, Gilbert, receive this light as a symbol of the Eucharistic light blazing forth from the hearts of Jesus and Mary
Brother Gilbert with Choir(sings in Hebrew) Kumi Ori ki va orech Ukhvod Adonai alayikh zarech (Isaiah 60:1) (Arise shine for thy light has come and the Glory of the Lord is risen upon you)

Brother Gilbert hands the candle to Callum

Father Doug then blesses the Blessed Sacrament emblem and hands it to Brother Gilbert

Father DougO Divine Bridegroom and giver of all spiritual and mystical graces, send forth Thy blessings upon this Blessed Sacrament emblem, that he who will wear it may be protected with heavenly strength and keep a perfect faith and sincere will to persevere in his promises of holy poverty, chastity and obedience in service to our Eucharistic Lord, through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

Father DougGilbert receive this emblem as a remembrance of your consecration to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament

Brother Gilbert: I, Gilbert, receive this emblem as a remembrance of my consecration to Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament

Father Doug then blesses the Rosary and gives it to Brother Gilbert

Father Doug:  Holy Lord, Almighty Father, everlasting God,
be pleased to bless this Rosary, that it may be a saving help to he who will pray it in union with Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament.
Let it be a support of his faith,  an encouragement to good works,
and the redemption of souls; his consolation, protection, and a shield
against the cruel darts of the enemy; through Christ Our Lord. Amen.

Father DougGilbert receive this Rosary as sign of your consecration to Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament

Brother Gilbert: I, Gilbert, receive this Rosary as a sign of my consecration to Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament

Brother Gilbert with Choir: (sings in Hebrew)Gili Meod Bat Tzion Hari-ee Bat Yerushaliyim (Rejoice greatly O Daughter of Zion Cry out O Daughter of Jerusalem) Zechariah 9:9

Father Doug: My Brother and Friend, what do you desire?

Brother Gilbert: I desire to live out perpetually my vocation as a consecrated brother with the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration for the glory of God in the service of the Eucharistic Kingdom

Brother Gilbert lies prostrate on the floor in the form of a cross

Father Doug:  Lord, grant the prayers of your people. Prepare the heart of Your servant for perpetual consecration to Your service. By the grace of the Holy Spirit purify him from all sin and set him on fire with Your Eucharistic love. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Callum  gives the Bible to Father Doug and Brother Gilbert rises and kneels before Father Doug with his hands placed on the Bible and he makes his perpetual promises of chastity, poverty and obedience

Brother GilbertIn response to the gift of vocation to the consecrated life, and following the inspirations of grace drawing me to the sublime apostolate of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration and prayer for the highest sanctification of priests and laity, I, unworthy though I am, but nevertheless relying on the Divine Mercy, and earnestly desiring to give myself in total dedication to the worship of God through Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration and prayer and sacrifice for His priests and laity, make forever to the Adorable Trinity the promises of Chastity, Poverty, and Obedience according to the Rule of Life of the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration, in your hands, Father Moderator and in the Presence of our Lord Jesus Christ, of the Blessed Virgin Mary, of her worthy spouse, St. Joseph, and all the Heavenly Court. So help me God, and these His Holy Scriptures, which I touch with my hands.

V’eres-tik li le-olam, v’eres-tik li b’tzedek uv—mishpat, uv-khesed, uv-rakhamim. V’esres-tik li be-emunah, v’yadaat et Adonai
I will betroth you to me forever, and I will betroth you to me with righteousness, justice, kindness and mercy. I will betroth you to me with fidelity, and you shall know the Lord.

Father Doug: By the authority entrusted to me as Moderator of the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration, and in the name of the Church, I receive the promises you have taken. I earnestly commend you to God, that your gift of self, made one with the sacrifice of the Eucharist, may be brought to perfection. By this profession, you are now a consecrated brother with the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration for Life. Amen

The Unveiling of the Messiah by the hands of the Archangels

Brother Gilbert of the Divine Presence thanks all his family and friends for sharing in this special day with him. May God bless you.

Br Gilbert Bloomer is a non-religious member of the Perth-born association, the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration.  PHOTO: Debbie Warrier

An article appeared this week about me in the "Record". See the link "Rebellious Punk who turned to the Love of God in Adoration"

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Perpetual Adoration in Indonesia

Perpetual Adoration in Indonesia

 Fr. Hugh Thomas CSSR and another priest from Australia (Father Doug Harris of the Apostles of Perpetual Adoration) have been
establishing Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration throughout Indonesia since
2006. In that year perpetual adoration was established in Surabaya in a
Catholic hospital. Also, in Kuta, Bali, in the parish of St. Francis

In 2007 these two priests attempted to start perpetual adoration in
Kalimantan, in Sempit. However, it is still a work in progress as very few attended the seminar. However, a chapel was established in Semarang in Java.

In 2008 a chapel was established in Manado in Sulawesi. Many miracles
continue to occur in these chapels. In the chapel in Manado, Sr.
Bernadette was paralysed until she was healed during a Holy Hour. Also, ayoung woman had her handphone stolen. She prayed a Novena of 9 Holy Hours. On the day she completed her ninth Holy Hour her phone was returned with more than enough money to pay for all the calls the thief had made.

A young man named Rainier decided to commit to one Holy Hour a week
because a friend of his was doing one Holy Hour everyday. Today, Rainier
does one Holy Hour everyday except Sundays when he does two.

In 2009 a second visit to Sulawesi resulted in a chapel in Tomohon. Then
to Flores. The first chapel was in Maumere. Bishop Kheribum has built an
impressive chapel for perpetual adoration. The Bishop does a Holy everyday from 8pm to 9pm. In Maumere the local schools have Holy Hours for the children.
A businessman in Maumere committed to Mondays 1am to 2am. However, after
sometime he stopped going because he got lazy. Then he lost an important
document which negatively effected his business. One Monday morning before 1am his phone rang twice, just enough to wake him up. He then realized it was time for his Holy Hour, so he went to the chapel. As soon as he was in the presence of Jesus he knew where the document was. Today, he and his wife will never miss their weekly Holy Hour in the middle of the night.

Then a chapel was opened in Waitabulla in Sumba. Fr. Hugh Thomas revisited Sumba in 2012 to find that the parish priest is still doing a Holy Hour from 4am to 5am everyday. Next a chapel was established in Bandung, Java with the help of Mr. Herry Respati from Kuta.

In 2011 three chapels established in the diocese of Ruteng. In Borong,
Ruteng and Labuan Baju. In Labuan Baju there was already a chapel of
Adoration in the Seminary. There, a paralysed woman received partial
healing. During her Holy Hour she discovered she could walk for the firsttime in 7 years, however she still has some pain.

A Moslem school girl was unable to talk for over a month. Her Moslem
father did a Novena of 9 Holy Hours. As a result his daughter was healed. Also, a deaf and dumb Moslem man was healed after a Novena of Holy Hours.
A man had kidney failure until he completed a Novena of Holy Hours. A
couple of 6 years marriage were unable to conceive. On the ninth day of a Novena she was pregnant. There have been cases when people have been freed from demonic possession. On one occasion a family brought to the chapel a male member who was possessed. He was freed as the family prayed for him there.
The seminary had a serious water shortage. The priests in the Seminary
often prayed for a solution. In the Adoration Chapel one priest felt that Jesus told him where to dig. At that spot they now have three litres of water per minute, enough for them and some of their neighbours.

In 2013 a chapel was opened in Ende, the capital of Flores, and also in
Bajawa. The Dean priest now does Mondays 1am to 2am.
In 2014 the plan is to open chapels in Larantuka, Adonara and another in
Sumba. There are many places in Indonesia that God wants chapels. For
example, Sumbawa, Sumatra Timor and everywhere there are people. Please
ask your priests and your Bishop to invite us by contacting Fr Douglas

Saturday, July 21, 2012

African Mission of APA


In the wake of the Blessed Pope John Paul II appeal for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration when he said “Every member of the Church, especially bishops and priests must be vigilant in seeing that this Sacrament of Love shall be at the Centre of the life of the people of God, so that through all manifestations of worship due it, Christ shall be given back love for love; and truly become the life of our souls.” (Redeemer of Man) and also
when he expressed his deepest desire for the whole Church with the words "I hope that this form of Perpetual Adoration, with permanent exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will continue into the future. Specifically, I hope that the fruit of this congress results in establishment of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in all Parishes and Christian Communities throughout the world" (Pope John Paul II's homily at the 45th Eucharistic Congress in Seville, Spain), so far and for the first half of this year, we have done the evangelization that has led to the opening of 6 Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapels. Three of them are in Hoima Diocese, Uganda, one in Nairobi Archdiocese, Kenya and
two in Bukoba Diocese, Tanzania.

The main promoters of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in the above Dioceses were, Joseph Karuga Kariuki, Emmanuel Okello, Nicholas Maina all from Kenya, and Deusdedit Tusiime, from Ugandan. Joseph and Emmanuel are in the process of opening Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration chapel in a third parish in Bukoba and also have an invitation in August in another Diocese inTanzania while Deus has an invitation to start evangelization in Hoima at the end of July and in Kasese Diocese in September.

From last year January up to March this year I worked by opening upto 3 chapels of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in Fort Portal Diocese, in the same period I met Deusdedit Tusiime, Emmanuel Okello and Godfrey Kanyambwe. When they expressed their interest to promote Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration on a full time basis I embarked on training them on its evangelization and organization each at his own time. Deus and Emmanuel have now participated in the opening of seven Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapels inclusive of the chapels opened last year.

This year each has participated in the opening of two chapels of Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration (Please see name of main evangelizers in the pictorial part of this report). Also for a long
time when in Kenya I have been working with Nicholas Maina who for the first time and single handedly evangelized for the opening of the Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration chapel in a Parish in Nairobi Archdiocese.

 Between January 17th and April this year, I, Joseph Karuga, Emmanuel Okello and Godfrey Kanyambwe made trips from Kenya to Tanzania and then Rwanda. During this period we knocked the door for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in Mwanza, Kahama and Bukoba dioceses of Tanzania. And later in Rwanda, where we requested the Priests permission to promote Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in their parishes in Kibungo and Kigali Dioceses. 

Joseph and Emmanuel were allowed to work in Bukoba Diocese by the Bishop and have already assisted in the Evangelization and Organization that has led to the opening of two Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration chapels there. Right now they are two weeks working for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in a third parish in the diocese. In February this year we visited Kigali and Kibungo Diocese in Rwanda. I found three Priests who were ready to allow me to promote Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in their parishes located in these two diocese but they asked me to get permission from the Bishop.

Around first of March this year through a letter, I applied to the Bishop of Kigali who is also the Apostolic Administrator of Kibungo Diocese asking for permission to promote Perpetual
Eucharistic Adoration in both Kigali and Kibungo Dioceses in Rwanda. He is yet to let me know his decision. In May I visited the Bishop of Kasese in Western Uganda who allowed me to work with Godfrey Kanyambwe and also to promote Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in his Diocese if I get a willing Priest. I got one Priest in Kasese diocese who wants Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration and introduced him to Deudedit Tusiime. These two have agreed that they begin Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration evangelization in September.

I came back to Western Kenya around early June and between the last week of June and now I have been working with Godfrey Kanyambwe in a small place called Migori in South Westen Kenya near Lake Victoria. I met and introduced Godfrey to Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in December last year. I worked a little with him in December last year in Kagoma Parish of Fort Portal Diocese in Uganda.

For now I can say that he is going on well and I feel that by the end of this year he will be able to Evangelize on Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration individually. The three Joseph, Godfrey, and Emmanuel have committed themselves to spreading Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration on a full time basis and are ready for the God's call to any state in life including the Priesthood. I am now working with Godfrey in mastering the Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Evangelization. He has already mastered two Sunday Evangelization and we are left with two more Sunday Evangelization and the Seven New Evangelization presentations. After these we will do scheduling and organization for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration. We may do what is left in about 6 weeks and theoretically Godfrey will be ready to evangelize for Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration in two months.

Please note that we have also made applications for promoting Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration to other Bishops and Priests in Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. I am waiting to get their response on whether they have
accepted my application....

Thank you very much for your prayers and financial support. May Our Eucharistic Lord bless you.

Note: Those who would like to help financially with our missionaries both in Africa and Latvia please contact Father Doug Harris.