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Pope Francis  PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR  March
  • Respect for Women.  That all cultures may respect the rights and dignity of women.
  • Vocations.  That many young people may accept the Lord’s invitation to consecrate their lives to proclaiming the Gospel.
Monday, March 03, 2014
St. Katharine Drexel, Virgin (Optional Memorial)
   1 Peter 1:3-9 Psalm 111:1-2, 5-6, 9-10 Mark 10:17-27
You should never praise anyone until you see how how it turns out in the end.
-- St. Francis of Assisi

MONDAY
0 Lord God omnipotent, I beseech Thee by the Precious Blood which Thy divine Son Jesus shed in His cruel scourging, deliver the souls in purgatory, and among them all, especially that soul which is nearest to its entrance into Thy glory, that it may soon begin to praise Thee and bless Thee for ever.  Amen.
Our Father, Hail Mary, Eternal rest, etc.
SATURDAY
0 Lord God omnipotent, I beseech Thee by the Precious Blood which gushed forth from the sacred Side of Thy divine Son Jesus in the presence and to the great sorrow of His most holy Mother, deliver the souls in purgatory and, among them all, especially that soul which has been most devout to this noble Lady, that it may come quickly into Thy glory, there to praise Thee in her, and her in Thee through all the ages;  Amen
OF... For the Pope: General and Mission Intentions of the Month:
Reverend Michael O'Connell and his "family"
at the Ascension Catholic Church and School Minneapolis, MN;
HM Rev Michael O'connel parents, My parents Vern Bartholomew 1/1/1917, wife Bernadette Loraine Elchlepp 11/1/1918-3/10/2010 R.I.P., Reverend Michael O'Connell's brother Bill, Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin, Terrence Earl Bartholome rip all.

HM Rev O'connel maternal grandparents Byrne,
his brother Bob, my maternal grandparents Charles Richard Elchlepp (Slim) and Margaret Stevenson Elchlepp,  Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin born 11/2/1940-3/9/2008 R.I.P., Terrence Earl Bartholome.

HM Rev O'connel paternal grandparents,
his brother Ted my paternal grandparents William (Bill)  and Clara Underheim Bartholomew; Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin, Terrence Earl Bartholome and Bill Lender.
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus, forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy

Our Father, who art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy Name, Thy Kingdom come Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven; give us this day our daily Bread, and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil; Amen
Hail Mary, full of Grace, the Lord is with thee, Blessed art Thou amoung women, and Blessed is the fruit of Thy womb JESUS,  Holy Mary, Mother of God pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death; Amen
Eternal rest, grant unto them of Lord, and let Thy Perpetual Light shine upon them;  Amen.
Indulgence of 500 days for each of these prayers.
1A_ JOYFUL_Annuciation_OF

<Rt Rev Augustin Ravoux; Langeaux -- France;
over 60 years missionary in Minnesota,
1/11/1815 1/17/1906,
 accepted Bishop Loras invite to America from Belley;
Rev. Ravoux Took John Ireland to Franch Belly Seminary;
Rev. {Bishop of Iowa} Loras who was friend, classmate,
and corresponded with Father John Baptiste Marie Vianney 1786-1859;


Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Coropi and those who lied about them;

  Rt Rev Joseph Guilot, France 2/7/1855 1/26/1953
In September, 1877, Father McGolrick left for an extended vacation in Europe, the objective point being his birth-place, Borrisokane, in County Tipperary, Ireland, where he was born on May 1, 1841. He was accompanied by four students whom he placed in the preparatory seminary at Meximieux in France to study the classics and test their vocation to the priesthood. On their arrival at night-fall they were met by Reverend Joseph Guillot, a subdeacon, and a member of the teaching staff, who mistook the youthful-looking priest for a last-minute addition to the group of students for whom they had been asked to prepare. They were given the customary evening repast and then ushered into the dormitory for the night. The next morning when Joseph Guillot went to summon the boys for Mass, he found one of them sitting on a bed, saying the breviary! A frank apology was offered and accepted in Latin-the only language common to both-and Father McGolrick was ceremoniously escorted to the chapel to say Mass, and thereafter he occupied the Bishop's room in the institution.

Six years afterwards when Father Guillot came to the Dio­cese of St. Paul he met Father McGolrick who reminded him of the incident at Meximieux and they had a hearty laugh over it. What became of the boys? One of them, Edward McKay of DeGraff, died the following year and was buried at Meximieux; another, Edward Fallon of St. Paul, returned home at the end of his classical course. The other two were Timothy Corbett of Minneapolis, who died Bishop of Crook­ston, Minnesota, on July 20, 1939, and James Fitzpatrick of St. Paul, who passed away on April 30, 1901, as pastor of the Church of St. Stephen in this city.


Their Parents and Families
Msgr Greg Schaffer, St Lucas Guatemala 40 years pastoring there.
Fr Martin Fleming

HM
Reverend (Colonel) Martin Fleming, his brothers Msgr Francis rip, Rev Peter and Rev John Fleming, and sister Mary and their Parents r.i.p.;  Father Paul Jarvis


HM Father J. R. Coleman, St Kevins Minneapolis, held me as a child in 1942;  HM Father Leo Clifford r.i.p. 2012; HM Reverend Joseph Gillespie O.P; HM Fr Paul J. Colbert r.i.p. brought dad into the Catholic Church, married my parents who baptized my sisters and me;

HM Reverend John Bauer our Basilica of St Mary Pastor,
his Father Bill, wife and family;

HM Rev. Michael Francis Murphy who took special interest in helping me at the Basilica of St Mary School, Minneapolis, r.i.p.; HM Rev Patrick Griffith; HM, Father Robert F. McNamara, r.i.p.;  HM Rev Timothy Kernan, and his brother Tom childhood friends from Basilica of St Mary School may they r.i.p.;
Mathew Northenscold soon to be a Catholic Priest
  Zoltan Hradetzky, 1932 Olympic champ, and Gerard Poujardieu, and the Master Sergeants who were our US Pentathlon coaches, r.i.p.;
GB = Glory...Oh My Jesus

FATHER MARTIN FLEMING
           Father Fleming celebrates the Tuesday 7:00 A.M. Mass, and his roots with The Basilica run deep. After he was ordained in 1952, Father Fleming was assigned as an assistant at The Basilica at a time when the pastor’s motto was, “There are those assistants trained at The Basilica and those not trained at all.” In June, Father Fleming will celebrate 60 years of ordination that include roles as assistant at The Basilica, associate pastor at St. Mary’s in Shakopee, chaplain at the women’s reformatory in Shakopee, and chaplain in the military.
           Father Fleming says he has been blessed to be happy in the priesthood, but his happiest, most productive time as a priest was the one year and one day that he spent in Vietnam as military chaplain. The emotions there of fear, love, and bravery were so real and tangible. He met a sergeant who laid himself on an enemy grenade in order to save his troops from harm or death. Father Fleming says that one of the best compliments that he has ever received came from a soldier who had just attended Mass shirtless because of the heat. Afterward, the soldier approached Father Fleming and said, “Chappy, you sure got your [expletive] in a sandbox today.”
           Father Fleming lives in the Bethany Village community in St. Paul and ministers to men recovering from substance abuse.

Reverend Leo Tibesar; 20 years dedicated to the Preparation of Marriage Ministery.
           When Reverend Tibesar began celebrating the Monday 7:00 A.M. Mass, it was held in the sacristy. He continued when the Mass was moved to the back of the altar, and still presides today now that it is held in St. Joseph Chapel. A native of the Frogtown neighborhood in St. Paul and a graduate of St. Agnes High School, Father Tibesar holds three degrees: philosophy and theology, educational administration, and library science. He has served as chaplain at the University of St. Thomas and at the University of Minnesota Medical Center and also as pastor of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini in Minneapolis.
          Father Tibesar’s work with The Basilica began in 1985 when he was involved in AIDS ministry. Along with Father Wagner, he was instrumental in organizing the first interfaith prayer service for people with HIV, held at The Basilica. Father Tibesar describes The Basilica as a diverse parish with a wonderful worship space. He is particularly fond of the Taizé prayer service.HM Reverend Leo Tibesar his parents, siblings friends and other relatives: our friend;
Reverend LEO TIBESAR at the Basilica of St Mary
HM Reverend Paul Jarvis; Church of St. Joseph 651-423-4402 13900 Biscayne Ave. W. Rosemount, MN; Please pray for his mother with alzheimers.
HM Reverends Bob Pierson and Greg Miller Monks at St Johns Abbey O.S.B. HM Reverend Timothy Backous OSB; HM Rt Reverend Gregory Skrypak 20 years helping the imprisioned;  Rev. Timothy Power {See Above prayers for his full return to health};

HM
Reverend Michael O'Connell and his "family" at the Ascension Catholic Church and School Minneapolis, MN;



FATHER AMBROSE MAHON
          Father Mahon describes the people who attend noon Mass on Mondays as “good people,” often business people who are downtown and come over on their lunch break. He  says The Basilica is just the kind of parish that is needed downtown and is set up well to minister to Catholics who want to keep faith a part of daily life.
          Originally from Carver County, one of Father Mahon’s early assignments after ordination was to serve as associate pastor at St. Patrick’s in Edina. The other associate pastor at the time was Father John Bauer. From there, Father Mahon served at Nativity of Our Lord in St. Paul before returning to St. Patrick’s, where he then served as pastor for 28 years.
          On Christmas Eve this past year, Father Mahon invited someone who had been away from the church for years to attend the 4:00 P.M. Mass at The Basilica. After Mass, this person told Father Mahon that he felt like he was coming home: the music, the liturgy, and the decorations were beautiful, and the sermon felt like it was meant for him.  Father Mahon is very happy in what he is doing and hopes that he can continue to help people through the Eucharist.
FATHER GREGORY SKRYPEK at the Basilica of St Mary
          Father Skrypek celebrates the Thursday 7:00 A.M. Mass. Throughout his career, he has been connected with The Basilica. In 1969, Father Skrypek was a deacon at The Basilica prior to his ordination as a priest in 1970. He then was assigned to St. Columba in St. Paul before returning to The Basilica as an associate pastor. He served as interim administrator at The Basilica between Monsignor Berntson and Father Wagner before becoming a chaplain at the Hennepin County jail and the prison in Stillwater (20 years).
          ‘When Father Skrypek was assigned to live at The Basilica, he brought his things on the Saturday before the official Tuesday move-in day. Because his room wasn’t yet ready, he stored his clothes in what was then the library.  His clothes were discovered by staff members who mistakenly thought they were intended for donation and gave them away. Father Skrypek said that for the next few years he kept an eye out for his clothes walking by on the street.
          Another story Father Skrypek tells is of a time when he and his running buddy Father Austin, returned to The Basilica from a run and discovered a group cleaning up after an event. Among the crew was “Ratso,” a community member who appeared to be volunteering in the effort. But after the cleaning was done, Ratso demanded payment for his services. Father Austin explained that there had been no arrangement for payment and that Ratso couldn’t be paid. Rarso grew angry snatched Father Austin’s keys, threw them toward the freeway and stormed off. Later, the rectory doorbell rang. A man who was sleeping under the overpass had been awakened by keys falling through the cracks and wondered if they belonged to anyone at The Basilica. Father Skrypek says that God writes straight with crooked lines.
The Rev. Timothy J. Kernan, a priest who during his last 12 years as pastor at St. Adalbert's Church in St. Paul became an advocate for Asian refugees in the Frogtown neighborhood, found his final assignment both enjoying and challenging.  Kernan, who died last week at age 61, knew his last duty at St. Adalbert's was daunting. It involved taking over a declining ethnic Polish Catholic parish and transforming it into one that now includes many Vietnamese, Hispanic and black parishioners, said Kernan's brother Tom Kernan of Red Wing, r.i.p..
"In his first sermon at St. Adalbert, he said that either we embrace our neighbors or we close," his brother said.
Kernan closed the parish school, which had only 13 children enrolled in eight grades, and converted it into a center that provided free food and clothing to the poor. He helped establish an English as a Second Language program for Hmong children, started masses in Vietnamese and became a strong voice at City Hall and other forums for the Asian immigrant community. He died of heart failure at St. Mary's Home in St. Paul. He was born in Minneapolis and attended the Nazareth Hall and St. Paul seminaries. He also served other parishes in St. Paul and in Fridley and North St. Paul. In addition to his brother Tom, survivors include another brother, Pat, of Pleasanton, Calif. Visitation was held from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Bradshaw funeral home, 1078 Rice St., St. Paul. Services were held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Adalbert's, 265 Charles Av.
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus, forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy

Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Coropi and those who lied about them;
 2 Visitation Luke ch 2 vs 40  O.F. The Sisters St Joseph of Carondelet, teaching at the BASILICA OF SAINT MARY Minneapolis: Gentle Mother Superior Bernard, Sisters St Agatha, St Cecilia, St Bridget, St Ermenelda, St Esmeralda, St Christopher, and all the others. Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Coropi and those who lied about them;
Grandparents/children HM Grandparents of Family Fessenden, Rev O'Connell's sister Kate;
HM
Grandparents Family Motisi and their children and spouses, Rev O'Connell's sister Mary;
HM Austin and Gertrude
Fessenden
Rev O'Connell's neice Arlene;
HM Mary
Fessenden Motisi 8/28/36 and husband Tony Motisi r.i.p.,
Rev O'Connell's neice Kate;
HM
Alexander J. Golz 9/12/1988-4/05/2006-and Bob James r.i.p 3/11/1934--2/13/2010. his wife Virginia, son Mark wife Pat, daughter Kelly Golz, Steve & Katy, Grandchildren Keighly Kyle Sydney & Ben; 
HM Rosemary Motisi her husbands family son John daughter Kate; Rev O'Connell's nephew Adam;
HM John Joseph
Motisi wife Robin and his family; son Tony daughter Talia;
Rev O'Connell's nephew Andrew;
HM Amy Jo Bartholomew 1/29/67, and her family Theo 10/20/86, Tamika 4/4/87, Taniaha 11/5/2006, Theo Jr. 7/14/2009; Stavon 2/9/88, Jacob 12/23/91,
Chantle, their son Jacob 9/2/2013;  Rev O'Connell's nephew Brendan;
< Arthur Bankston 1970-1989 r.i.p.,
HM my sister Mary Kay R.I.P. and her family son daughters Missy, Chrissy and son Timothy;
Rev O'Connell's nephew Patrick;
HM, Mathew Northenscold soon to be a Catholic Priest; HM my sister Sister Susan Helen and Brother-in-law Joseph Northenscold daughter Hollie, January 7, 1964; Son Ray March 7, 1964 and wife Julie, children Mathew July 3, 1995, and Jenifer June 21, 1993; Son Jon June 15, 1965 wife Betty, children Kelsea June 15, 1989, and Ashley December 25, 1998; Justen, September 18, 1987, Andrew, May 16, 1991;
HM
my brother Mark Leo wife Barbara and his family; son Jason and his family, daughter Margaret and their children, Ben and Aidan; my sister Patricia Ann Bartholomew -- stillborn;
HM Hank Wrigley r.i.p and wife of Los Angeles; HM Jay Staneslow, mother and father and siblings; HM Bill Lender 11/16/2012 thank you Bill for all your care giving -- I love you;  
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy


3 Nativity OF: Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Coropi and those who lie about them;
Franciscan Recollet Father Louis Hennepin 1680, named St Antony Falls; Rev Lucien Galtier 1840-1844 Proto-Pastor of Minnesota named the city of St. Paul MN; Reverend George Anthony Belcourt 4/22/1803 1848-1874, Pioneer Catholic missionary of the Northwest from Canada; See these priests on Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis
Uncles Aunts HM Ted Wilkes wife Helen Elchlepp, sons Tony, Patrick, David
and daughter, and their children;
< Ardis Bartholomew Brown
  HM Wes Brown wife Ardis Bartholomew daughters Corrie rip, Nancy and (Jenny) Elizabeth and their families;
HM Earl
Bartholome, June 21 1913 Jan 27 2002, wife Loretta Rice Bartholome Daughters Judy, Dianne and son Butch r.i.p. and their families; HM son-in-law Bobby r.i.p. & Judy Burton and 4 sons;
 HM Carl Bartholomew US Army Cpl tank div. surviving 3 tanks blown up, WWII 7/19/1914 10/13/1995, wife Alice Gromatka Bartholomew, who always remembered us at Christmass with envelopes with $5 for each of the 4 of us, 3/17/1914 7/21/1989 r.i.p.;
HM Kenneth
Bartholomew b. Feb 10 1920 r.i.p. 2012, wife Evelyn Johnson Bartholomew (r.i.p.) 5 daughters Ann Marie, Barb, Patricia, Janice, Mary and their families;
HM
Uncle Hans Mauch, r.i.p.; the Frack of Frick n Frack & wife Aunt Mary Magdalene Elchlepp Mauch, r.i.p.; Ice Follies, one son Michael daughters Marlies her husband children, Jennie and Lawton; Sister Jennie her husband (r.i.p.) their childen;

Aunt Mary Magdalene Elchlepp Mauch, Bernie's older sister and best friend.>

Maternal Great Uncles and Aunt: HM James Burke Stevenson (Feb 18?, 1891-Feb. 6, 1943) and his wife Elen H. Stevenson (b. 1896), daughter Mae?, Sand Point Idaho;
HM John
Stevenson Mar 5 1893_Sept 18_1952, who I helped at the Minneapolis Millers Baseball Park and Irene, his wife Oct 11 1899 -Jan 31 1956 Minneapolis r.i.p. dear uncle and aunt;
HM Charles Meritt Stevenson Jr., carpenter putting in floors in Minneapolis Flour mills, born Barron WI 6/8/1882- came to Minneapolis 1920, died 5/4/1965, wife Rose W Stevenson
:
Their Father Charles Meritt Stevenson Sr.
, Minneapolis wife Corrina Woods born NY, buried Calvary cemetery St Paul MN;
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy


4 PRESENTATION OF: Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi and those who lied about them;
U.S.
first Bishop - Caroll 1790; Bishop Loras 1839 first priest to say mass in St. Paul with Fr. Abbe Pelamourgues; 1st Bishop Cretin D.D., Monteul France 1799 1851 r.i.p 1857 Is 1.11.7; 2nd Bishop Thomas L. Grace O.P. D.D Charleston S.C. 1814, 1859 rip 1895 PS 84; 1st Archbishop John Ireland D.D., Kilkenny Ireland 1838, 1884 rip 1918 I. Mac. III.9;  2nd ArchBishop Austin Dowling NYC 1868, rip 1930, Eccli. xxxix. 1.;
See these priests on Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis
Great Uncles Aunts: HM Great maternal Aunt Mary Francis Stevenson 1884-1955 3rd order Fransciscan and her Mother - Mary - both in Calvary cemetery St Paul MN, and father Charles Meritt Stevenson, 1859-1926;
HM
Uncle Arnold Charles Elchlepp 1st Lt USAAC 8/16/1920 12/26/1944 and his B-24 crew of 11, r.i.p. all;
HM Clara Underheim Bartholomew our paternal grandmother; her brother and sisters from Wisconsin; all were baptized at the Beaver Creek Lutheran church in Wisconsin built by their father Underheim, HM Anna Underheim; HM Lars Underheim; HM Sarah Underheim; HM Marie Underheim; HM Julia Underheim; Clara Underheim Bartholomew, HM Thea Underheim McLaine and son HM Arnie McClaine.
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy


5 Finding Jesus in the Temple of God 
Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi and those who lied about them;
Rev D. Ledon 1831-1857; Rev. J. McDermot 1860-1866; Rev. F. Tissot 1866 -86; Pioneer Priests of Minneapolis, MN

See these priests on Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis

Denver & Dresser OFP group: HM Bob Wyant r.i.p. and wife, Head Exploration Geologist and Mining Engineer for Dresser Minerals Denver CO 1970s; HM Herb & Maureen Scott WWII pilot escaped 3 internments Security bit Engineer 1990s my pal r.i.p.;
HM
Lee Clark r.i.p my pal and his wife, Sterling Co Magcobar; HM Charles Richard Sykes, Navy WWII r.i.p., Mgr Dresser OFP;
HM
Don Barnard, r.i.p., OFP friend and his family, Magcobar; HM Bob Belisle's wife Marta Belisle--r.i.p. and their 4 children;
HM Tom Dockery and Charlie Davis -- Dresser Swaco; HM Ivy Benoit, Dresser OFP; HM Cesmiroski
Dresser OFP group of the “dcs
fame r.i.p. Ces; HM Roh Rhode, Dresser Industries
HM Dr. John J. Wild r.i.p. 
(John Julian Cuttance Wild (August 11, 1914 – September 18, 2009) survived by his wife, Valerie, as well as by a daughter, two sons and three grandchildren;  pioneering work in ultrasonography, he developed it personally from WWII radar maps of enemy territory, which lay almost Idle at the Wold-Chamberlain Naval Air Base in Minneapolis, Minnesota. This equipment operated at 15 M/c.  Website HERE
HM Robyn Fulton Dresser OFP who sought my advice on Icy Bay Alaska area for Magcobar wharehouse; HM Buddy Hyde Dresser OFP signed my degree in DE; HM Chris Troyer DATA;
HM
Don Dunckley r.i.p. wife Mary and daughter Kelly Texaco, COSEKA Resources; our long time family pals;
HM Tommy Bliss
Texaco; HM "mud man" who drowned in Lake Powell my friend; Swaco Eng. killed in car wreck in Vernal UT, r.i.p.; Jim Fox and Sally my dear friends from Dresser OFP;  HM Jim and Tim Soule and parents; Willard Pease and son oil producer r.i.p.; HM Jim and Louanne (r.i.p. July 7 2013) Greenlund and family
; my pals

HM Paul_Seraphim_Dixon Viking wearing an NFL championship ring; great man, friend and devoted to his family,  we all know you believed in God Paul R.I.P. thank you for confiding in me and especially for being my friend; Born Feb. 26, 1937, in Waco, Dickson is survived by his wife, Maureen, of Bloomington; a brother Leslie of Montague, Texas; two sons, Scott of Temple, Texas, and Slade of Austin, Texas; and four grandchildren. He worked in sales, marketing and customer relations for computer companies. He also was president of the Vikings' branch of NFL Alumni, helping to raise money for children's charities.
"He was tough on the field, but a real gentleman off it," Bud Grant said. "A friendly philosopher."
HM for all Physcists and Astronomers who do not understand GOD
 Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy

GLORIUS Raised John 20: 19-20:
OF;
For the Pope General and Mission Intentions of Month:
Fathers Frank Pavone &Father John Corapi & those lied about them;
HM Rev O'connel parents, My parents Vern Bartholomew, wife Bernadette Loraine Elchlepp, Reverend Michael O'Connell's brother Bill, Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin 11/2/1940-3/9/2008 R.I.P., Terrence Earl Bartholome. HM Rev O'connel maternal grandparents Byrne, my maternal grandparents Elchlepp, his brother Ted, Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin, Terrence Earl Bartholome. HM Rev O'connel paternal grandparents O'connel, my paternal grandparents William Nick and Clara Underheim Bartholomew, his brother Bob; Lee Wayne Tuskey, Richard Dean Ostrin, Terrence Earl Bartholome.
 
OF University of Minnesota: HM Prof George M. Thiel-geology; HM Prof. Paul O'Connor-chemistry; HM Prof. George Freier my physics teacher, atheist, and his wife Phyliss-physicist-astronomer; HM Dr Yang Wang Variety Club Heart Hospital physiologist, China saved me from killing in Vietnam;
Stadium Laboratories U of M:
Ancel Keys K RATION inventor; HM Dr. Pantalu Gumuluru G.V.A. wife Lakshmi and daughter Paditma; HM Jean DeWitt divorced; abortion resulting in Suicide, accidental alcoholic; HM Dr Henry Taylor my friend; HM Dr. Henry Blackburn; HM Dr. Ernst Simon -- disabled survivor of the holocast: I once found him swimming in the middle of Lake Nokomis; HM Dr Anderson, a man of God who was gracious to me; Paul, janitor of the Stadium Labs U of M, who convinced me to win the 1964 Pentathalon. R.I.P. HM Dr Physiology, Dr Franscisco Grande Spain, lapsed Catholic, for his wife and son Paco;
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus, forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy

2 Luke 2 vs 40: ASCENTION:
OF; Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi and those who lied about them;
Bishop James McGolrick 1868; Rev James C. Byrne 1890; Bishop James J. Keane 1892; Rev Thomas E. Cullen PhD 1902-1921 supervised main construction of the Basilica of Saint Mary, America's first Basilica; all the  priests served the churches there.

Lamar Colorado FriendsHM Dr Joeseph Clair and wife Ellie: Joe taught me shale identification; HM Bill Westhoff Driller and roughneck buddy, Lamar CO and family;
HM Blaine S. Day r.i.p. Mormon from Coalville Utah my longtime geologist friend, his son daughter and wife; HM L&F Drilling Co., and all the personnel who befriended me; HM Bronc James geologist; HM Scotty Marz and Sid petroleum geologists; HM Junior his Uncle and Aunt-- the Pool Hall Lamar; HM Horace Cates Allen (Hank C. Allen) D.J. Basin expert geologist of D.J. Sands who befriended me; HM Elizabeth made great jam from her yard and Joe Pimple Colorado Public Service and goose hunter, our dear neighbors on 3175 no.Speer Blvd, Denver r.i.p.
Wyoming HM Bill Ecklund,
and his partner Dale Loffland Drilling Company tool-pushers; HM "Oakie" Sanford and brothers, great drillers and oilfield personel: Oakie ran the rapids in Wind River Canyon before it was dammed up;
HM, Delcia McDaniel from OK in wagon to Colorado Springs CO: died at 105 "grandma Delcy"
with grandaughter Coral Fessenden
.
Grand Junction Friends; HM Chupp, Grady Pet Eng. Utah golfing pal from Georgia 99 rip, wife Trudy; HM Jim Spoon tough but fair and has no fear; came to CO behind a covered wagon; my pal and partner engineering wells on the Book Cliffs, his sons, daughter and grandchildren HM Robert (Bob) E. Walker Gulf Oil Geologist at Vernal UT who was from MN: died drilling water wells in Africa, r.i.p.; HM Dave Farrington Grand Junction CO Texas Pet Engineer pal, Partner and boss; HM Don Dunckley, r.i.p., wife Mary and daughter Kelly very special friends--Oil field pard, pal and family friend;
Roy Hansen, Yellowstone Ranger born in log cabin at Driggs, Idaho my hunting pard r.i.p., Wife Hazel, nurse in driggs;
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy

3 DESCENT OF THE HOLY SPIRIT:
OF;
Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi and those who lied about them; Rev W.J. Martineau 1950; Rev J.M. Murphy r.i.p. 1951; Rev Martin P. Fleming 1952 his brothers Msgr Francis, Fr John rip, his sister Mary rip; and Fr Peter:  HM Father Dease;
Utah Friends
: HM Ernst and Dr. Billie G. Untermann my dear friends Museum of Vernal Utah Geologists r.i.p.; HM Jim and wife Bonaventure whose daughter was slain by Ted Bundy Grand Junction CO r.i.p.; HM
Zak mud logger died in a car wreck, his father and mother, Roosevelt UT, r.i.p; HM The Mud Man drowned in Lake Powell my friend r.i.p.; HM A Neighbor in trailer park suicide VICTIM r.i.p.; HM Young girl friend of my daughter who died in bicycle accident r.i.p.; HM Mr Tullis whose trailer court we lived in; HM Inlaws of Dwane Wiley sheepherders; HM Ralph, a golfing buddy; HM all the staff of Vernal Golf course; HM Bob and Marta r.i.p., Belisle, friend and widower of 4 children;
California; Charlie and Margaret Sedenquist; Henry (Hank) Wrigley and wife; 
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy


4 ASSUMPTION OF MARY,
BODY AND SOUL, QUEEN OF HEAVEN AND EARTH: 
OF;
 
Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi and those who lied about them; Johannes Gregorius Murray Archiepiscopus Santi Pauli 1877-1956; John Ireland, D.D. 1st archbishop of St. Paul MN, rip 1918; Austin Dowling, 2nd Archiepiscopus Santi Pauli; See these priests on Basilica of St. Mary, Minneapolis

Minnesota HM Jerry Olson Painter, pal and hunting buddy and his mother and father at Isle MN: r.i.p. all; HM Wayne Roderick Lazorik, sister Peggy; Fern mother r.i.p. his father Lazorik r.i.p. aunt mary and husband r.i.p both; HM Pat and Jan's family and the Farrow family;
HM Ron Daws
6/21/1937 7/28/1992, Jerry Daws 7/31/1939 5/21/1993 brothers: and their Mom (Bernice Kelly) r.i.p.; Daws and their father, and Rons wives and children;
HM Dick and Vera Larson daughter, and grandmother, Gopher Wheelman supporters who took me to Elgin Illinois for my trophy in the Elgin to Cicago Bike race; HM Mr & Mrs Mattson and son Bradley & his family; HM Glen Nelson Lee his parents and sister:  HM Mr Hanlon and his sons of the Gopher Wheelmen 1950s
HM Mr & Mrs (Ann) George Kurtz St. Paul Minnesota Father-- and their son Fred Kurtz, Gopher Wheelman r.i.p., and his sister; HM Bruce and Nancy Solomson r.i.p., and children; HM Hubert Horatio and Muriel Humphrey friends of my parents and their sons; HM Russell and Muriel Tepper
Sir Pa our Boy Scout leader, and sons Don, Bob and children; HM Tom Tepper our childhood pal r.i.p.; HM Mr & Mrs Bernard r.i.p., and their children Bill, Fred my pal, their wives and their children; HM 2905 Fremont -- Joe Marchese "spaghetti" my childhood friend, Artie Strobel friend of Uncle Carls at Big Sandy Lake MN; HM Mr and Mrs Rutherford my childhood neighborhood, children Bobbie sister; Billie Shish his grandmother their Polish family suffered WWII; Michael Carpenter and his grandmother; Jim Moore his sisters and parents; Dickie Peterson and family; Billy Miller brother and parents; HM The Sisters who made donuts across the alley from me on Fremont Ave. S. MPLS; Vern Jensen and his parents; HM Bill and Kathy wilson and children; HM Bunco and Kathy wilson and family:  HM Mr and Mrs Kathleen Gaddis;
Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy


5 Revelation vse 1: CORONATION OF MARY QUEEN OF THE UNIVERSE:
OF..:
Fathers Frank Pavone and Father John Corapi saintly priests and those who lied about them; Father Robert J. Fox Founder Of Fatima Family Apostolate Passed Nov 26 2009 thanksgiving day, r.i.p.; Father Thomas Dubey r.i.p. both of EWTN; Reverend Leo Clifford r.i.p; Fr Greg Schaffer, St Lucas Guatemala r.i.p.  
Friends on the Minneapolis West Bank; HM Howard Mattson and his room mates r.i.p.; HM Richard Dean Ostrin born nov 2 1940 d. Mar 9 2008 -a good Jew and I miss his friendship r.i.p.; HM Jay- barbeque sauce r.i.p.; HM Joel Johnson musician r.i.p.; HM Phil Olson (r.i.p.) spider Koerner & I saw a solar eclipse together r.i.p.;
 
HM John "spider" Koerner, Dave Ray r.i.p., and sonny Glover
;

HM Dean Nelson (r.i.p.) and
wife Dianne r.i.p.; HM Scott Nelson murdered r.i.p.; HM Donald Driver r.i.p. & sweet wife r.i.p. both,
and son red boy; HM Frenchie may he find God - soon; HM John Emile Vilandre, my best man and dearest and oldest friend: agnostic?; HM Michael Stoner r.i.p. his parents r.i.p. and girl friend; HM John the base fiddle player and recovery from acholoism;

 Glory be to the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit, as it was in the beginning is now and will ever be. Oh My Jesus,
forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, and lead all souls to Heaven; especially those most in need of your Mercy
.