Br. Daniel Eisenman, 65th Anniversary
Brother Daniel, a native of Center Line, Mich., was professed on Sept. 8, 1952, in Burkettsville, Ohio. He has devoted his life as a religious brother to the support of his Community
The Missionaries of the Precious Blood (C.PP.S.) are pleased to announce the 65th anniversary of the profession of Brother Daniel Eisenman, C.PP.S.
Brother Daniel, 85, a native of Center Line, Mich., was professed on Sept. 8, 1952, in Burkettsville, Ohio.
Brother Daniel has devoted his life as a religious brother to the support of his Community. After his profession, he was assigned to the Community’s farm in Burkettsville. He also spent 21 years running the press at the Messenger Press, which was founded by the C.PP.S. at St. Charles Center in Carthagena, Ohio. He has served in many support roles at St. Charles in the past decades. For more than 35 years, he took care of the flowers at St. Charles, and performed many other outdoor tasks that helped keep the grounds beautiful.
In 2009, he retired to St. Charles, where he continued to be of service to the Community in many ways.
Brother Daniel’s anniversary, along with the milestone anniversaries of 11 other Missionaries of the Precious Blood of the Cincinnati Province, signifying hundreds of years of ministerial service to God’s people, will be celebrated in a special liturgy on June 30 at St. Charles Center.
“We look to these priests and brothers who are celebrating their anniversaries this year as examples of those who have faithfully listened to God's call,” said Fr. Larry Hemmelgarn, C.PP.S., provincial director. “They have said ‘yes’ to that call, and that in turn has led them to minister to the people of God in many ways, in many places. Their lives of service inspire us all.”