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(More Than) A Few Good Men

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The blessing of new vocations continues to reveal itself for the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, most recently in the Crypt Church inside the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 5-7, 2014.

Our friend, the videographer Giuseppe Mignano, captured the moments, which we share with you.

The following is footage from the Mass of Perpetual Vows on Sept. 5. Professing perpetual vows were: Br. Allen Alexander, MIC; Brother Keith Andre, MIC; Br. Michael Baker, MIC; Br. Gabriel Cillo, MIC; Br. Jonathan Inskip, MIC; and Br. Thaddaeus Lancton, MIC.


All but Br. Keith are pursuing the priesthood. Brothers Jonathan and Thaddaeus took a step closer to the priesthood when, on the following day, they were ordained to the transitional diaconate by the Most Rev. Barry C. Knestout, auxiliary bishop of Washington, D.C. Take a look:

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Bruce and Gerry Inskip - Oct 26, 2014

Thank you so much to everyone who worked so hard to make this weekend such a special and memorable time, not only for our son Jonathan and his fellow brothers but, also for all of us who were blessed to attend the three day celebration masses and receptions. Each of the Marians and their helpers have a special place in our hearts and it was warming to meet many of you and to see all the eight men together who made their first vows three years ago at Stockbridge.
Thank you Giuseppe for your presence and the videos. God has his hand on you and your heart will forever be close to the Marian family and to our Mother Mary.

Gratefully and prayerfully yours
in Christ Jesus,
Bruce and Gerry Inskip