U.S. Provincial, Fr. Louis Studer, OMI has been racking up the frequent flyer miles for the last few weeks as he has been on a near constant trip around the country to attend Oblate events and meetings. Below you’ll find pictorial evidence for just some of his whirlwind activities.
Part 2: He’s still on the road as you read this, next time we’ll see him meeting with Oblates in Massachusetts, Mexico, California, and Illinois.
Fr. Studer laying hands on Steven Montez, OMI during his ordination in San Antonio on September 17
(L-R): Ray Cook, Sal Gonzales, Elvis Mwamba, Paco Gomez, discussing the presentations during a brief break.
Superiors Antonio Ponce and Lon Konold sharing a few comments as they enter the room at the Whitley Center for another presentation.
(L-R): Clyde Rausch, David Kalert Back Row: Jim Brobst, Charlie Banks, Mike Amesse
Fr. Louis Studer, OMI, Provincial, prays over (L-R) Oblates Richard Kulwiec, Michael Amesse, Thomas Klosterkamp as they accept the ministry of Superior of their local communities. They accepted this new responsibility during Evening Prayer at the Fall Province meetings in San Antonio in late September.
Oblates Pablo Hughes, Clyde Rausch, Richard Kulwiec and Tom Horan enjoying a hearty breakfast before the meeting begins.
Oblates Jason Rossignol, Tim Paulsen and Kevin Collins share a few moments at the Fall Province meeting in San Antonio.
Fr. Studer reports on the Area Meeting to the men at Oblate Madonna Residence
Vicar-provincial, Jim Brobst also discusses the Area meeting with the Madonna residents
Fr. David Munoz, OMI, greets parishioners after Sunday Mass
Catechists from San Juan de Los Lagos Parish pose with their Pastor Fr. David Munoz, OMI, and Fr. Louis Studer, OMI, Provincial, after being installed as Catechists at Sunday Mass. These Catechists lead the large faith formation program and RCIA at the parish on San Antonio’s west side.
Oblate Associates at San Juan de Los Lagos Parish, San Antonio, pose with Fr. David Munoz, OMI, Pastor ( back row), Fr. Louis Studer, OMI, Provincial, (second row) and Deacon (far left in photo) after Sunday Mas