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Lives That Shaped Us
Father Michael Kieffer
Father Michael died in 1989. He was a talented linguist who served in Rome and North America. Father Mike's gift was his willingness to serve the community where ever he was called.
Deacon Phil Tremblay
entered the community as a brother in 1958, and was later ordained as a deacon in 1980. He has served the church in parish ministry in Ontario and Kentucky, and is currently stationed in Waterloo Ontario, living at Resurrection Manor.