Les Femmes

Generous Reader Puts Money Where Thanks Are

Enclosed find a $50 cheque to help continue Les Femmes, The Women of Truth. I am grateful for every line you write.

M.L.K. Fort Worth, TX

Editor: We are grateful for supporters like you!

Father Robert Bradley, SJ, May He Rest in Peace

I am writing to all Fr. Bradley’s friends to give you one of his Mass cards. He passed so peacefully in his sleep at 3:00 a.m. on December 20 after spending the entire day before in the chapel at the Sacred Heart Jesuit Center in front of the Tabernacle. His devotion to our Lord and the Blessed Mother carried him into heaven.

Fr. Bob thought very highly of you and the work you are doing for the Church. Please know that he continues to watch over you.

B.B. Spicewood, TX

Editor’s Note: Fr. Bradley was a great gift to Les Femmes. For several years he read the newsletter before publication to make sure we never slipped outside the boundaries of either orthodoxy or charity. After moving to Texas, he kept in touch and we always looked forward to hearing from him or arranging an occasional visit. With his sense of humor, wisdom, piety, and humility, he offered us a tremendous example of what it means to be a Christian witness.

Please join us in praying for the repose of his soul and begging for his intercession. He was a true Jesuit according to the example of St. Ignatius.

Correction: In the last issue (“And the Word was Made Flesh and Dwelt Among Us”) we mistakenly identified Dianne Irving as a nurse. Ms. Irving emailed to inform us that, while she has a doctorate in bioethics, she is not, in fact, a nurse. We apologize for the error and  thank her for her work. To see Dianne’s articles go to http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/irving

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