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February 24, 2013


Spring Break Will Be Here…

by carrollministry



Only a few days and spring break will be here! For the 38 travelers setting out next weekend there is much studying and packing to do. However, the group is excited for the experience of Immersion. Leading up to the trip we have been meeting each week to plan for our fundraisers as well as to learn about our trips to Kansas City, Rochester and Denver.

Please follow our blog as we travel next week. The Kansas City group will begin the 18 hour drive on Friday afternoon and the other two groups will leave on Saturday morning.

We are thankful for all who have helped us prepare both through prayer and financially and to those who will host and work with us.


Kansas City:

Elyse Ramirez
Christina Frederick
Tessa Berg
Angelo Brennan
Kirsten Rotz
Megan Rotz
Molly Winegart
Megan Planck
Maddie Duval
Mark Mailander
David Leslie
Emma Priddy
Tyler Frohlich
Colleen Dunne


Jerraca Allhands
Marcie McCarvel
Taylor South
Alex Chopyak
Katherine Mackie
Stephanie Barrett
Kelly Meros
Sarah Grover
Miranda Van Lieshout
Chelsea Ahart
Jessica Knapp
Whitney Stormberg
Candie Cain
Dan Thies


Natalie Stewart
Steven Cornish
Gabriella Luchini
Sam Clement
Nicole Munoz
Sam Davis
Abby Centola
Hayley Mork
Raven Dryden
Katie Murray

2 Comments Post a comment
  1. Sr. Donna DelSanto SSJ
    Feb 26 2013

    Hello All you Headlighters!!!!Know we are all looking to you joining us here in Rochester, New York, the Flour/Flower City and resting place of Susan B. Anthony & Frederick Douglas and now we welcome you!!!

    Safe journeys to all 3 Headlight groups, know you are much in our thoughts and prayers. And a big Shout Out to past Headlighters in Rochester!!!!

    In Peace and Gratitude,
    Sr. Donna

    I will leave you with a Lenten reflection…

    The prayer of St. Augustine places us in the right spirit for our Lenten journey…
    “O Lord, our Lord, you have created us for yourself  and our hearts are restless
    until they rest in you.”

    Lent is indeed how God draws us home, as individuals.  Yet, it is also a very communal
    journey.  We never journey alone, no matter how “lonely” we may feel.  We are always journeying together.  If we can experience our journey in communion with others, it makes it so much clearer that we are on a journey together.  When we can share our experience with another we can enjoy and share the support and environment that allows grace to flourish.
    Let us pray for each other on this journey, especially those who need and desire a change
    of heart on this pilgrimage to Easter joy. 

  2. Andrea ward
    Mar 2 2013

    I hope you all have a wonderful time and make the best of this experience. You are in my prayers.



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