Father Joe Scerbo shares his cancer journey.
This entry was posted on Sunday, March 16th, 2014 at 3:48 am. It is filed under Fr Joe, General, People, Video and tagged with cancer, fr joe, fr joe scerbo, journey, spiritual journey.
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A vessal full of Grace…
Please say hello to Father Joe for me. St. Francis is my hero too. That a man like Fr Joe could walk such a path from “dread” to good hot tears of emotion and faith is a perfect example to follow.
Thanks, and please thank Father Joe for such a wonderful sharing of his life. Well done all of you!
I’m sure Fr. Joe will see your comments here, thanks Barbara. I think he’s a saint, and a wonderful model for us all. (We are talking about doing a Meaning in Suffering project together.) XX
Father Joe changed my life when I heard him speak and talked with him after the session at St. Timothy’s in Laguna Niguel. U am truly blessed. My tears are there…as he has touched my life. God Bless.
Dear Faher Joe
I am so thankful to have witness your testimony you are so
human, so sincere, and so loving. Padre Joe grazie di tutto.
Con Tanto Affetto
Fr. Joe has touched so many lives. He is an inspiration to us all!
Fr. Joe has blessed our lives with his love, caring, fantastic Masses & sermons & giving of the deep meaning of the Holy Euchcarist to all of us here at St. Paschal Baylon Parash here in Thousand Oaks, CA. He came here several years ago to write his book on Padre Serra. What a gift God gave to all of us here to bring the presence of this holy man into our lives. And he is still so active in every way here. He looks great, acts great, always has a smile & a loving word. May God continue to strengthen him in his journey. Our continued prayer is for a miracle, please dear God.
Dear Father Joe: Tomorrow May 17th is the feast day of St. Paschal Baylon and we will offer our prayers for you especially on this day, which is also my birthday. Must be why we moved here! Love, Peace and Joy always. Nancy and Tom
Dearest Fr. Joe,
It has been several years since I saw you last. Even so, you have never left my thoughts. Your kindness to me and my family, as well as the animals and community of San Juan Capistrano will long be remembered and valued. You are forever in my prayers and I know that God will keep you close to him and use your love and goodness for higher purposes than anyone can even imagine.
I know that I will see you again.
My blessings, thanks and love,
Marsha (Schwartze) Cook
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