The Kingdom of God is a Joyful Place

Antonio Baus, C.PP.S. Fr. Larry Eiting, C.PP.S., was born in Minster, Ohio, on January 12, 1941, one of five children. He began his studies with the Missionaries of the Precious Blood at Brunnerdale High School Seminary and continued at Saint Joseph’s College and St....

A Time of Abundance, A Time of Scarcity

Jerome Stack, C.PP.S. A native of Coldwater, Ohio, Fr. Ignatius Wagner, C.PP.S., was a bright and energetic man who earned a Ph.D. in chemistry from Catholic University in 1912, the first member of the Congregation in the United States to receive such graduate...

Outstanding in his Ministry to the C.PP.S.

Harold Brown, C.PP.S. What a remarkable man! What a remarkable life! Born in Victoria, Kan., in 1909, Fr. Herbert Linenberger, C.PP.S., was truly a family man, so say his immediate relatives. Most people might not know that he loved music and played the harmonica and...

The Agile Mind of Fr. Robert Lechner

Harry Allagree, Amicus It was most likely in the summer of 1956 that Fr. Robert Lechner, C.PP.S., then 38, began publishing Philosophy Today, a new international journal at Saint Joseph’s College, Rensselaer, Ind. I was a college freshman that year and through July...

Frances’ Call Evolved and Deepened

Maureen Lahiff, Companion “May you live to be 100!” is a common toast. Frances Flanagan did live to be 100 and lived her long life fully. Born near St. Joseph, Mo., in 1915, Frances dedicated her life to education. After teaching elementary school in St. Joseph, she...