Five men training for Dominican priesthood headed to Alaska

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In what is believed to be the “first time ever,” five men training to become priests for the Western Dominican Province will head to Alaska with a Dominican priest to make a special tour of the state.

For more than 40 years, the Western Dominicans have staffed Holy Family Cathedral in downtown Anchorage.

From July 10-20 the five novices, along with their novice master Father Anthony Roseveaer, will tour with special receptions, forums, and other activities so the historic Anchorage cathedral can get to know its future friars.

To cover the cost of the trip, the cathedral is attempting to raise $5,000 for travel and instate expenses.

For more information or to donate, email FrontDesk@holyfamilycathedral.org or call (907) 276-3455.


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  1. May 2017 @ 9:47 pm What a beautiful witness to the faith and to evangelization these young men are! God has blessed us!

    What a beautiful witness to the faith and to evangelization these young men are! God has blessed us!

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