Fr. Jay’s annual retreat in hermitage

January 2, 2017 10:27 pm

Dear Readers,

On January 2-13 Fr. Jay will have is annual retreat in a hermitage with no access to media or even electricity.

Please, offer your prayers for the beautiful fruit of this important time.

With best regards

Małgorzata (aka “Margaret”) Rybak, the blog’s Editor in Chief





We’re back

November 15, 2016 7:57 am

Dear Readers,

We are sorry for the problems you might have encountered while visiting our website recently. It was hacked a week ago and our server–attacked with malware. Our magnificent IT support worked hard to solve the problem. The Foundation’s websites had to be copied and moved to a new server. Now there should be no more issues with the way the page is displayed and the e-mail subscritption of Fr. Jay’s homilies should continue.

We are also hoping to start publishing sometime soon additional posts, addressed especially to the fans and graduates of our Programs. We would like to inspire you with the “I+YOU=WE” ideas in even more new ways.

Stay tuned. Or better: stay with us with your prayer and let’s undertake together the effort to make the world a better place–by starting with a “man in the mirror”. 🙂

With best regards

Małgorzata (aka “Margaret”) Rybak, the blog’s Editor in Chief

Happy Easter!

April 1, 2015 8:12 pm

We enclose our best Easter wishes of Our Lord’s continual blessings for you, your homes, families and work.

Thank you for being with us. This gives us joy, which we can share with you, faith that this work matters, and strength to go on.
The Family Support Foundation’s Team


Happy Birthday, Dear Carol!

February 18, 2015 10:56 am

Today we’re celebrating the birthday of Carol Dillon – the member of our international Blog Team, formed by the people of goodwill who help us in the Family Support mission. Carol lives in Omaha, Nebraska, where she is involved in many activities, including pro-life campaigns, supporting missionaries and preparing children to Sacraments. She is a teacher of academic writing, who has assisted Fr. Jay and  our Foundation with her excellent language skills – both as an outstanding teacher and a conscientious proofreader.

What we appreciate so much is Carol’s love for people, surpassing the love for syntax, spelling and punctuation – which matter much for every linguist 🙂 She’s been with us in her prayers every day.

Happy Birthday, Dear Carol! Let every day bring you the freshness of new challenges, blessings and grace!


Thank you for being with us

The Harbour Blog Team