Province Ends

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In 2003 for the Formator School held in Rome I was asked to prepare and present a History of the Pacific Province. Recent events have forced the Province to close, so I did some editing and added a new conclusion. It is a rich and wonderful history with a sad ending. The Mission of St. Gaspar continues out here on the West Coast. The Document with its new ending is posted here.

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Reading the history of the Congregation of the Most Precious Blood brought back many memories. A very accurate and well-written account. However, even though the Pacific Province only had (at any one time), if my memory serves me correcty, four incorporated Brothers, I was sorry their work/ministry (especially in the later Sixties and through the seventies) was not given any credit or recognition.

Blessings to you all!

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