Fr. Jay in Nebraska

April 16, 2012 1:50 pm

Fr. Jay chose the airway to get to the USA, but let’s not worry, the Atlantic Ocean is not a problem these days, when you can communicate with the rest of the world using “the air” too. That’s why we’re pleased to announce the beginning of a new cycle – “Fr. Jay in Nebraska” – his notes from his stay in the US.

One might feel tempted to suspect Fr. Jay went there to find a safe haven, where he wouldn’t be chased by married couples in crisis or families in trouble. Right now he is in the heart of NaProTechnology – wxactly where this science was originated by Prof. Hilgers – at the Pope Paul VI Institute in Omaha, Nebraska. His mission is that of spiritual assistance for the participants of Educational Program for Medical Consultants, who came there from all around the world.

Actually, it seems that pastoral family counselling has left its mark on our Foundation Leader to the extent that it could no longer be called just “professional bias”. Even in the ZOO, instead of enjoying the company of the anthropoid animals which don’t need communication workshops, he is making thorough observations. Which will be presented here soon.


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