My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Opus Bono Sacerdotii, Oxford, MI, USA
"Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience". These are the 3 words I have known about priests and nuns since I was a child. That meant, they stripped themselves from the world, led a solitary life, and had to be in perfect obedience. As a child the foundation of my faith was formed by my mother and our family priest. I always marveled at the sacrifice of poverty each priest I met live in. My faith grew through the mass/es I've had the blessing to attend. Forever, I will be grateful to all the priests who have formed my faith.
About 10 years ago, the priest at mass, said, "we were taught how far apart our hands are when we raise them up during mass, but we were never taught how to take care of ourselves to survive in the outside world". I never forgot those words.
When I first heard of Opus Bono, I immediately knew it was time to give back. The more I learned about the works of Opus Bono, the more inspired I have been to be a part of it. A lot of the letters I read from the priests are heartbreaking to say the least. Joe Mayer and his team are my heroes. Thank you for all you do!