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Fr. Harry Winter, OMI

Sept. 22,  2023

Born:  Norwich, New York, December 18, 1937

Entered Oblate of Mary Immaculate Novitiate:  Tewksbury, Massachusetts, August 1957.

Final Vows:  Rome, Italy, September 8, 1961.

Ordained to Presbyterate:  Rome, Italy, December 16, 1964.


  • Philosophy and Theology, The Gregorian University, Rome, 1958-65.
  • Diploma, Eastern Christianity, Bossey, Switzerland and St. Sergius Russian Orthodox Seminary, Paris, France, April 1965
  • Religious Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1967-70
  • Highest earned degree:  Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1976.

Teaching Experience:

  • Oblate College, Washington, D.C. 1965-67, 1970-75, systematic theology and philosophy.
  • Oblate College of the Southwest, San Antonio, Texas, Autumn 1977, guest professor in ecumenics and mission.
  • Oblate College, Washington, D.C., 1994-97, systematic theology, ecumenics and mission.
  • Washington Theological Union, Team-teaching with Josef Donders M. Afr., 1997.
  • D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, Professor, Christianity in North America, Fall Semester, 2007.

Pastoral/Administrative Experience:

  • Confessor, National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C., 1967-70, 1970-75, 1994-97.
  • Marriage Encounter weekend,  1973; assisted, DC/Maryland area, 1973-75.                
  • Associate Director, Texas Conference of Churches, 1977-79 (acting Director, 1978), with special responsibility for contact with Southern Baptists.
  • Pastor, Holy Family Church, Pearisburg, Virginia, 1979-82.
  • Administrator hostel for Appalachian Trail Hikers.  Father’s role in ministering to hikers after the May 1981 murders of Robert Mountford and Susan Ramsey by Randall Lee Smith is extensively described by Jess Carr, Murder on the Appalachian Trail (Radford Virginia: Commonwealth Press, 1984).
  • Pastor, Monroe County Catholic Parish, Union, West Virginia, 1982-91.
  • Pastor, St. Ann’s Catholic Church, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 1991-1994.
  • Member of County inter-faith groups responsible for economic aid to needy in all three parishes.
  • Member, Diocesan ecumenical commission in all three dioceses.
  • President, Oblate College Graduate School of Theology, 1996-97.
  • Pastor, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, Buffalo, NY 1998-2006.
  • Assistant Director, Bishop Fallon Prenovitiate, Buffalo, NY, 2007-09.
  • Sacramental Associate, St. Casimir’s Church, St. Paul, MN, 2009-14; St. Patrick’s Church, St. Paul, MN, 2011-14.
  • District Superior, North Central District USA, Dec. 8, 2011-July 15, 2017.
  • Director, 104 Oblate Residence, St. Paul, MN, July 15, 2014-July 15, 2017; Supply Priest, St. Casimir and St. Patrick, 2014-17.
  • Coordinator, Ministry of Mission-Unity-Dialogue, US Province, July 15, 2014-                  
  • Semi-retired, Immaculate Heart of Mary Residence (IHM), Tewksbury, MA, July 15, 2017-2020.
  • Unretired, 2020, operating out of IHM.
  • Senior Priest in Residence, St. Mary’s Church, 94 Andover St., Georgetown, MA 01833; (978) 352-2024×7, July 17, 2021–

Ecumenical/Inter-faith Experiences:

  • Summer Course for Theological Studies, Ecumenical Institute, Bossey, Switzerland, July 17-August 15, 1964.  Visit to Taize.
  • Experience of Orthodox Easter, Ecumenical Institute and St. Sergius Russian Orthodox, Seminary, Paris, April, 1965.
  • Visit to L’Abri, Switzerland, April, 1972.
  • Visit to Iona Community (Presbyterian), Scotland, May, 1972.
  • Guest professor, ecumenics and mission, Virginia Theological Seminary (Episcopalian), Autumn 1974.
  • Directed First National Oblate Conference on Mission and Unity, Natick, MA, Oct. 1974.
  • Workshops in Evangelization and Ecumenism, Co-leader with Father Johannes Hofinger, S.J., August 5-8, 1979, Wimberley, Texas; April 22-25, 1980,  Dickinson, Texas.
  • Sedos Research Seminar on the Future of Mission, Rome, Italy, March 8-19, 1961.
  • Staff member, Interloven (Presbyterian-R.C. Retreat Center), Gap Mills, West Virginia, 1982-83. 
  • Seminar, Bishop Stephen Neill, “How My Mind Has Changed About Mission,” Overseas Ministries Study Center, Ventnor, N.J., March 27-30, 1984.
  • Evaluation of Bishop John D’Arcy’s ecumenical and inter-faith ministry, R.C. Diocese of Ft. Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, October 6-10, 1986, 17 page report.
  • Proposed Oblate Center for Mission Studies, Washington, D.C., to serve U.S.A., January 1995; appointed director, May 1995.
  • Member, Continuing Committee on Common Witness, a consultative ecumenical body co-sponsored by the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. and the U.S. Catholic Mission Association, 1995-97.
  • Chautauqua Institution, NY, July 2-9, 2005.
  • Oblate Mission with Secularity, San Antonio, TX, May 27-30, 2008.
  • Missionary Ecumenism (Five Ways) presentations, six geographical area Oblate meetings, Feb. 2-March 18, 2009.
  • Interest Group, “Missionary Ecumenism,” Oblate Convocation, April 18, 2013, facilitator of the two sessions, with Ron Rolheiser OMI introducing, Dan Nassaney OMI commenting, and David Power OMI providing input in the first of the two sessions.
  • Missionary Ecumenism (Five Ways) presentation, North American Conference of Oblate Retreat and Renewal Centers, Buffalo, MN, May 26, 2015.
  • Evangelism, Ecumenism and Dialogue (Five Ways) presentation, St. William’s Church, Tewksbury, MA, 4 sessions, March 12-April 2, 2019.
  • Evangelism, Ecumenism and Dialogue (Five Ways) presentation, Poor Clares Convent, Andover, MA, , 2 sessions, May 22 and 29, 2019.
  • Five Ways of Christianity, St. Mary’s Church, Georgetown, MA, Nov. 27 and Dec. 1, 2021.
  • Oblate Presentation, St. Mary’s Church, Georgetown, MA, Dec. 9, 2021.
  • Shrine of St. Joseph, retreat presentation on Christian Unity, 40 minutes, to 4 Oblates, Jan. 21, 2022.
  • Member, American Society of Missiology and American Professors of Mission; Mission-World Religious Group, Washington (D.C.) Theological Consortium.

Historic Preservation Experience (1982-1991), Letitia Preston Floyd:  An Oblate Ecumenist?(2014-)

St. John’s Catholic Chapel, Sweet Springs, West Virginia, (oldest standing Catholic Church in West Virginia) with nearby Lewis Family Cemetery, where are buried Virginia’s Gov. John Floyd (1783-1837), his Catholic wife, Letitia Preston Floyd (1779-1852) and their daughter, Letitia Floyd Lewis (1814-1886).  “Letitia Preston Floyd – Pioneer Catholic Feminist,” 9 pp, 1990, copies on file, St. Andrew’s Catholic Cemeteries,” 2nd ed. 1999, 4 pp.; St. John’s Catholic Chapel, Sweet Springs, West Virginia (ed. Michael Williams), 1999, 8 pp., both distributed by Alleghany Highlands Council 8689, Knights of Columbus.

In 2014, a non-Catholic historian, Dr. James Glanville, discovered the Floyds and edited the above article, publishing it in The Smithfield Review 19 (2015) 137-46, along with two of his and Ryan Mays articles on Floyds, including Letitia’s Catholic leadership. See for the question:  Is She an Oblate Missiologist?

Publications:*items so marked also available on USA Oblate website Mission-Unity-Dialogue:

God and the American College Student, St. Paul Publications, 1966, pp.48.

Liturgy Today, 1966-67, 1970-74, edited all and authored most of this monthly, then quarterly 4-6 page newsletter of renewal in worship, ecumenism and sacraments.

“Gesture in Ecumenism,” America, Nov. 14, 1964, pp. 614-19.

“Protestant Celibacy,” America, Oct. 23, 1965, pp. 470-71.

“Experience of Orthodox Easter,” One in Christ, 1965, pp. 390-93.*

“Recourse to Rome:  Battifol’s Argument,” Revue de l’Universite d’Ottawa, (July-August, 1967) 37:477-509.

“Preaching Ecumenically on the Eucharist,” American Ecclesiastical Review 163 (1970), pp. 384-89.*

“Review of Alec Vidler, A Variety of Catholic Modernists,” in The Virginia Seminary Review 24 (Fall 1971) 30-32.

“The XXVIII General Chapter and Missionary Concern for Christian Unity,” 18 pp, French edition, also.  Articles in Etudes Oblates 31(October-December, 1972): 259-82: and Vie Oblate Life 34 (September, 1975):213-31; 39 (April, 1980):21-44 on missiology, ecumenism and Oblate spirituality.

“Evangelical and Catholic?”  America, August 5, 1972, pp. 63-65.

“Preaching Ecumenically on the July 8th Instruction,” American Ecclesiastical Review 167 (1973): 672-83, reprinted in GABA Publications, Uganda, 1974, #103.*

Catholic, Evangelical and Reformed:  The Lord’s Supper in the (United) Presbyterian Church U.S.A., 1945-70 (Ph.D. thesis, U. of Penn., 1975).

“Texas Conference of Churches—South of God,” Ecumenical Trends 8 (1979):101-06.

Mission/Unity, 1980-1995, edited all, authored much of the 31 issues of this occasional newsletter in evangelization and ecumenism.

Mission/Unity, 1996-98 (official newsletter of Oblate Center for Mission Studies) 6 issues.

Mission/Unity/Dialogue, 2000-11, 8 issues.

“Catholic, Evangelical and Reformed:  An Ecumenical Strategy for Total Evangelization,” Mission in Dialogue (SEDOS Research Seminar, 1981), eds. Mary Motte and Joseph Lang, Orbis, Maryknoll, N.Y., 1982, pp. 216-28.

“Reluctant Ecumenist:  Francis A. Schaeffer,” Ecumenical Trends 14, 1985, pp. 71-73.

“James Hastings Nichols (1915-91)—An Ecumenical Appreciation,” available also at Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA. 1992, 6 pp.

“Joseph Lemius, O.M.I., Liberal or Conservative,” Vie Oblate Life 52 (#2, Aug. 1993): 229-40.

“Bridge Builders:  How Catholic charismatics can bring divided parishes together,” New Convenant, May, 1993, pp. 7-9.

“Eugene de Mazenod:  Saint for the New Millenium,” America, Dec. 2, 1995 pp. 22-24.

“Multicultural Parishes,” America, January 27, 1996, pp. 8-10.

“Review of Charles Colson and Richard Neuhaus (eds.),”  Evangelicals and Catholics Together:  Toward a Common Mission, USCMA Mission Update, June 1997, p. 7.

Oblate Missiologists (Oblate Center for Mission Studies, Washington, D.C., 1997), 68 pp.*

“Searching for the Lemius Family,” Vie Oblate Life 57 (#3, Dec. 1998) 501-19.

“Review of Bibliographia Missionaria 61, 1997,”  International Bulletin of Missionary Research, January 1999, pp. 41-42.

“Bibliographia Missionaria:  Thermometer of Missiology,” Missiology 27 (#1, January 1999) 35-39.*

“Review of Shannon Jung, et al,” Rural Ministry:  The Shape of the Renewal to Come, Missiology 27 (#2, April 1999) 278-79.

“Religious Proselytization:  Historical and Theological Perspectives at the End of the Twentieth Century” (with Paul Martin), Proselytization and Communal Self-Determination in Africa, ed. Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, Religion and Human Rights series, Orbis, Maryknoll, NY, 1999, pp. 29-50.

“Presbyterians Pioneer the Vatican II Sunday Lectionary:  Three Worship Models Converge,” Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 38 (2-3, Spring-Summer, 2001):  127-150; reprinted in Call to Worship 38 (1, 2004-05); 37-54.

Dividing or Strengthening?  Five Ways of Christianity (Keller Brothers & Miller, Buffalo, NY, 2003), 179 pp.*

Dividing or Strengthening?  Five Ways of Christianity, Supplement, (Keller Brothers & Miller, Buffalo, NY, 2003), 135 pp.*

“Tracing the path of the Chautauqua Institution,” Evening Sun (Norwich, NY), Oct. 4, 2005, p. 4.

“Oblates at Chautauqua,” Oblate World, Feb. 2007, p. 6.

“Missionary Ecumenism, 2009,” a 20-minute presentation at Oblate School of Theology, San Antonio, TX, Jan. 22, 2009 and co-sponsored by the Focolare Movement.

“Richard Hanley’s Election by the 1972 General Chapter as the Ninth Superior General,” Vie Oblate Life 68 (2009, 2-3):235-44.

“Manhattan Declaration, an Oblate Connection,”, Dec. 2009, archive page.

“Marcello Zago, OMI:  Bonding Proclamation, Ecumenism and Dialogue,” Ecumenical Trends  41(June 2012):12/92-15-95.*

“How to Interpret Vatican II,”, Aug. 9, 2012.

“Did Vatican II ‘reform’ the Church?,”, Sept. 18, 2012.

“Vatican II and the Holy Spirit,”, Oct. 13, 2012.

“Ecumenism, 2012 and Beyond,” a 15 minute presentation to Oblate Partners, Twin Cities Regional Meeting, Nov. 15, 2012.

“Russian-Polish Statement and Vatican II,” www.v2catholic, Nov. 26, 2012.

“A Sad Example,”, Jan. 10, 2013.

“Ecumenism since Vatican II:  Mandate vs Discouragement,”, Feb. 21, 2013

“Benedict XVI and Ecumenism,”, March 21, 2013.

“Anglican Ordinariate, Lutheran Ordinariate and Blessed John Henry Newman,”, May 10, 2013.wayne holst Colleagues List, Feb. 13, 2016;*

“Anniversary of Communion on the Moon, July 20, 2013,” Ecumenical Trends 42 (Sept. 2013, #8)14/126-15/127.*

“Vatican II and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Assassination of John F. Kennedy, Nov. 22, 1963,, Nov. 8, 2013.

“Vatican II and Anti-Clericalism,”, Jan. 25, 2014.

“An Oblate Missiologist:  Letitia Preston Floyd (1775-1852)?,”, Feb. 4, 2014.

“Pope Francis Signals Support for Dialogue by Naming Archbishop Quevedo cardinal,”, Feb. 5, 2014.

“Polka Mass at St. Casimir’s Reflects Older Polish-American Custom at Priest’s First Mass,”, March 4, 2014.

‘Priority of the Parish,”, March 14, 2014.

“The Miracle of May 25 Pope and Patriarch Visit,”, June 2, 2014, #202.

“Pope Francis’ Letter The Joy of the Gospel, and Ecumenism,” Ecumenical Trends 43 (Sept. 2014, #8):9/121, 14/126-16/128;, May 4, 2014;

“Return to Appalachia, Aug. 15, 2014,”;*(without photos).

“Witnessing to and with Judaism:  From Vatican II to Pope Francis,” Ecumenical Trends 43 (Dec. 2014, #11) 13/173-16/176;, October 5, 2014.

“Priestless County Adapts,” OMI USA, Nov. 2014 (17:11; longer version*

“Preparing Now for Christmas Evangelization,”, Dec. 12, 2014;, Dec. 10, 2014.

“Pope Francis’ Triple Play,”, Koinonia Newsletter, Spring, 2015, #55;, March 1, 2015;, #103, Feb. 25, 2015.

“Pope Francis Turns the Church Upside Down,”, March 2015.

“Witnessing to Moslems,”, April 26, 2015;, #43, April 19, 2015.

“Missionary Ecumenism and Inter-Religious Dialogue as a Vital Part of the Oblate Charism,” 15 page paper prepared for the Oblate Charism Congress;

“Charism,” 10 minute presentation, July 2, 2015. Printed in Oblatio 4 (2015/3) 439-58.*

“US Catholic Mission Association:  Oblate Involvement,” (Greg Gallagher, OMI, and Anatole Baillargeon, OMI),, Aug. 11, 2015*

“Pope Francis Visit to USA,”, Aug. 2015

“Synod for Family and Eucharistic Sharing,” Sept. 2015,,   Sept. 30, 2015;, Oct. 4, 2015.

“Letitia Preston Floyd: Pioneer Catholic Feminist,” The Smithfield Review, 2015 (#19, 137-45; earlier 1990 version, without Dr. Jim Glanville’s notes*); “Oblate Missiologist?”*

“St. Eugene at the Synod on the Family,”, #139, Dec. 2, 2015;, Dec. 4, 2015.

“Momentum Builds for Eucharistic Sharing From the 2015 Synod on the Family to the 500th Anniversary of Luther’s Theses, 2017, Ecumenical Trends 45 (Jan. 2016, #1):10-12.

“Review, Vibrant Grass-Roots Ecumenism”, Thomas Ryan CSP, Christian Unity:  How You Can Make a Difference,” Paulist Press, 2015, Ecumenical Trends 45 (June, 2016, #6) 14/94-15/95.

“Patriarchates of Eastern Orthodoxy to Meet on Greek Island of Crete,”, June 16, 2016;, June 20, 2016; also, June 20, 2016.

“Oblate at the Smithsonian:  Con Scollen, OMI,” www.omiusa,July 13, 2016;*(without photos).

“Return to Appalachia, Aug. 15, 2016,”, Aug. 24, 2016;*(without photos).

“Laity as the Prime Evangelizers,”, Sept. 14, 2016; slightly different version.*

“George McLean, Evangelizer and Dialoguer,”, Sept. 30,2016.

“Pope Francis Travels to Sweden to Join in Celebrating the 499th Anniversary of Luther’s Posting His Theses:  The Day that Changed the World,” Oct. 12, 2016,

“Oblate School of Theology Leads Preparation for Lutheran Visit,” Oct. 19, 2016,

“Missionary Ecumenism:  Justice, Peace, Integrity of Creation and Lutherans,” Oct. 24, 2016,, JPIC REPORT, Winter, 2017 (19,#3: p. 10); Oct. 20, 2016,

“Roman Catholicism, with Five Ways,” presentation in Dr. Bob Brenneman’s World Religions Course, University of Northwestern, St. Paul, MN, Oct. 27, 2016.

“Appalachia, Rise and Fall of Oblate Ministry, 1941-2007,” with William O’Donnell, Nov. 14, 2016,

“Lutheran Friends:  Encouragement and Caution,”, Dec. 28, 2016;, Jan. 1, 2017.

“Pearisburg Revisited,” OMIUSA, Jan. 2017 (20, #1, p. 5).

“Remembering Dr. King and His Legacy promotes Christian Unity,”, Jan. 6, 9, 2017.

“Lutheran Social Services and Catholic Charities Pray and Work Together,”, Jan. 25, 2017, item 4.

“Lutherans and Catholics Prayerfully Commemorate 500th Anniversary of the Reformation,”, Jan. 30, 2017. (above, with Catholic Spirit article added; also “Mission Monthly,” US Catholic Mission Association, Jan. 2017, 2nd item).

“Encounter and Dialogue as Part of the Ecumenical Imperative:  Fr. Nicholas Gruner and His Lutheran Counterparts, Ecumenical Trends 46 (March, 2017, 3) 1/33-2/34, 14/46,15/47.

“Roman Catholicism, with Five Ways,” Presentation in Dr. Bob Brenneman’s World Religions Course, North Central University, Minneapolis, MN, March. 28, 2017; repeated March. 30, 2017, University of Northwestern, St. Paul, MN., www.omiusa, April 5, 2017; OMI-USA, May, 2017 (17, #3, p. 1).

Cardinal Urges Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Participants to Live a Unique Statement,”,  posted May 8, 2017.

“Four Oblates praised; Vital Statement Examined at Ecumenical Meeting,”, posted May 10, 2017;, May 13, 2017.

“Commentary on the Statement ‘Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World’,” Ecumenical Trends 46 (Oct. 2017, 9) 10-11.

“Eulalia Horan and Her Support Group,” sent to Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 2017 (no reply), sent out by Frank McGinty to his friends, Sept. 2017,sent to Guideposts Magazine, July, 2020.

“Lemius, Francis; Lemius John Baptist; Lemius, Joseph; Lemius, Louis,” Oblate Historical Dictionary III, L, online, Sept. 15, 2017.

“Sea-Change in Mission, Unity and Dialogue,”, March 21, 2018.

“Grieving for an Oblate Accomplishment,”, April 11, 2018.*

“Paradigm Shift in Mission, Unity and Dialogue,” Ecumenical Trends 47 (May, 2018, 5) 11/75-13/77, 15/79.

“Fr. Lucian Bouchard, OMI, Honored by Hmong Community in St. Paul,”, May 9, 2018.

“Tragic and Talented Former Oblate,” (Con Scollen), Oblate Historical Dictionary, July, 2018;, July 1, 2018.*

“Remarkable Book on St. Eugene” (review of Alex Hey, Eugene DeMazenod, A Saint for Today),, Nov. 26, 2018; OMI/USA, Jan. 2019, p. 13.

“Fr. Pat Healy, OMI, Delivers Invocation at Pearl Harbor Commemoration,”, Dec. 11, 2018, condensed in OMI/USA 22 (March, 2019, 2): 7

“Communion on the Moon, Fifty Years Later,” Ecumenical Trends 48 (March 2019,3): 10/42-12/44.*

“Homily for Communion on the Moon Sunday,”  MissionalPreacher, American Society of Missiology website, May 2019.

“Oblate Parishioner and French Oblates Publicize Madeleine Delbrel,”, May 28, 2019.

“Between Our Home Garden and the Dust of the Moon,” July 2019 Encounter, US Catholic Mission Association.

“October, A Month of Intimacy for the Oblate Family,” with Very Rev. Lou Studer,, Aug. 28, 2019; sent out without photos by Provincial Secretary Laura Glasgow, Aug. 27, 2019.

 “Paradigm Shift in Mission, Unity and Dialogue, ” Oblatio VIII-2019/2: 251-58.

Oblate Missiologists:  A Workbook, 2019,, Oct. 2, 2019.*

“Merry Christmas from Fr. Jim Pillar, OMI (belated): ‘Do We Dare Compare,'”, Jan. 8, 2020.

“How Do Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and Right to Life …,”, Jan. 15, 2020.

“Five Ways for Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, Papal Document,”, Jan. 26, 2020, *Pope Francis page.

“From Eskimo to Inuit:  Oblate Cultural Sensitivity,”, Jan. 29, 2020,*

Oblate Missiologists:  A Workbook, 2020 revision,, Jan. 29, 2020,*

“Corona-virus, Missionaries and Fundamentalism,” US Catholic Missionary Association Occasional Paper, June 2020.*

“Two Oblate Ecumenists on the Road to Glory,”, June 1, 2020.*

“Introduction,” to J.D. Long-Garcia, “What the Church is Doing to Welcome Latino LGBT Catholics,” featuring Fr. Carlos Alarcon, O.M.I., America, June 22, 2020, pp. 18-26, posted on, July 7, 2020.

“OMI Interfaith Dialogue with Fundamentalists:  Real Dialogue or Window Dressing,” ZOOM 15 minute presentation, 45 minute discussion, July 16, 2020, arranged with Oblate Partners by Artie Pingolt.  

“Father Jim Pillar, Book Two,” Nov. 10, 2020,

“AlexTrebek and the Oblates,” with Warren Brown, O.M.I., Dec. 2, 2020,

“Father Jim Pillar Homily for Mass of Christian Burial, Dec. 26, 2020,” distributed to family and Loyola University, New Orleans History Dept.

“Rural Ministry and Jim Pillar, O.M.I.,” Jan. 4, 2021,

“Special Release of Resources for the Week of Christian Unity” (color version), with Jim Brobst, O.M.I., Jan. 6,2021,, also to Canadian and General Administration Oblates.

“Fr. Gil Boucher ‘Humors’ Us With His Catholic Dictionary,” with Will Shaw,, Jan. 13, 2021* (Christian Joy page).

“Late Oblate Missiologist  Praised,”, March 10, 2021;, March 12, 2021.*

“Fr. General:  Oblates and Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples,” March 24, 2021,;*, March 26, 2021;, April 12, 2021; Facebook, April 13, 2021.

“Interreligious Solidarity and the Season of Creation:  Serving a Wounded World Together,” Ecumenical Trends 50 (2021, March-April, 2):28/56-31/59.

“Superior General Quoted in National Ecumenical Review,”, April 21, 2021.

Cloud of Witnesses:  The Floyd-Lewis Chronicles: The Growth of Catholicism and Its Impact Beyond the Appalachian Region, May 3,2021, and Saving Stories.

“New Book by Fr. Harry Winter, OMI, Reviewed,”, Aug. 16, 2021.

“Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Oblates of Mary and the Eastern Churches,”, Jan.3, 2022.

“Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Jan. 18-25, and Synodality,”, Jan. 12, 2022.

“Harris Manwarren, An Appreciation,” obituary in Norwich, NY Evening Sun, Jan. 17, 2022.

“Week of Prayer for Christian Unity and Synodality,”, Jan. 26, 2022.

“Second Oblate Parish and Madeleine Delbrel,”, Feb. 10, 2022.

“Important Eastern Orthodox Declaration Unites Most Christians Against President Putin and Patriarch Kirill,”, March 29, 2022;, April 5, 2022.

“Response to March Article,”, March 30, 2022.

“USP Council MUD Report, for April Convocation,” sent  by Salvatore Gonzalez to Oblate Family, April 3, 2022; part on

“Boston, MA Chrism Mass Continues Oblate Interest in Eastern Orthodox and Ukraine,”, April 25, 2022.

“Synodality and the Oblates in the USA, Part One,”, May 26, 2022.*

“Synodality and the Oblates in the USA, Part Two,, June 15, 2022.*

“Synodality and the Oblates in the USA, Part Three,, July 13, 2022.*

“Syndodality and the Oblates in the USA, Part Four,, Aug. 24, 2022.*

Oblate Parish Participates in Ecumenical Thanksgiving Service,, Nov. 30, 2022.

“Let Us Walk Hand in Hand with Mary,” First zoom from Oblate Administration, Rome, Dec. 5, 2022.

“Seven USA Oblates Featured in First Zoom from Rome,, Dec. 12, 2022.

“St. Teresa of Calcutta and the Oblate Connection,”, Jan. 3, 2023.

“Week of Prayer for Christian Unity,”, Jan. 10, 2023.

“Dorothy Day–Oblate Connections,”,  March 8, 2023

“Synodality and Oblates in the USA, Part Five, Missing, Other Churches,” www.omiusa., June 20, 2023.*

“Return to Appalachia, Aug. 1-18, 2023,”, Aug. 29, 2023.

“Synodality and Oblates, Part Six, A Pandora’s Box?,”, Sept.  11, 2023.*


Mission, Unity and Dialogue, established June, 2010, updated regularly, “useful link” within, or

Hillcrest (NY) Environmental Park, updated regularly, established 2010:

Vatican II articles 

Authored one long article on being a seminarian in Rome during the first three sessions of Vatican II, and facilitated several by other Oblates:  available on Vatican II page,*

Examined the four main Oblate leaders at Vatican II, “Oblates at Vatican II:  An Initial Survey,” Oblatio I (Nov. 2012,#3): 335-53.*

*articles marked are available on the website Mission-Unity-Dialogue:

Translations (French to English)

“Theology as Science and Theology as Doxology,” by Nikos A. Nissiotis, Irenikon 33 (1960), pp. 291-310, translated l966, included as appendix to Dividing or Strengthening? Five Ways of Christianity Supplement*

“Jean Gueguen, O.M.I.,” by Father Gilles Francois, May 25 2020,,

Written about_________________________________________________

Jim Glanville, Cloud of Witnesses (above, Publications, May 3, 2021).