“I think prison freed me…” Mother Antonia Brenner RIP

Mother Antonia Brenner/David Maung

Over at Deacon Greg's place he notes a study and asks Is being a Good Samaritan a Matter of Genetics? Or grace, or a combination of the two? Perhaps specifically-graced-genetics? This seems a timely question in light of the passing of the fascinating Mother Antonia Brenner (born Mary Clark), foundress of Eudist Servants Of The Eleventh Hour and one of those formidable "Irish Catholic" women so many of us have known and loved. She is survived by her seven children. The diminutive, … [Read more...]


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