Reflections Contributor Day 1: Fr. Maurice Emelu
Reflections Contributor Day 2: Fr. Christian Amah
Reflections Contributor Day 3: Tristan Evans
Reflections Contributor Day 4: Paul Verderber
Reflections Contributor Day 5: Fr. Mike Moore
Reflections Contributor Day 6: Fr. Venatius Oforka
Reflections Contributor Day 7: Fr. Tony Ohaekwusi
Reflections Contributor Day 8: Sr. Dr. Olisaemeka Rosemary Okwara, DDL
Reflections Contributor Day 9: G. K. Zachary (Be Fruitful in Christ)
I am G. K. Zachary and I write, with my family, about our Catholic faith at BeFruitfulInChrist.com. We believe that the Lord is continually refining us, through the simple events of our daily lives, our trials and tribulations, our fleeting moments of happiness and long-suffering sorrows. It is in those moments that we learn just how present He is in our lives, guiding us, comforting us, softening our hardened hearts. Thus, we feel compelled to write about what God teaches us, through these ordinary life experiences, in the humble hope it might lead you, through your faith, into that extraordinary eternal life in Him. May your life bear fruit for the glory of His name. Amen. I can be reached at email@example.com
Reflections Contributor Day 10: Radhika Sharda, MD
Reflections Contributor Day 11: Joanne Huestis-Dalrymple
Joanne Huestis-Dalrymple is a freelance writer residing in Wake Forest, NC. She is a wife and mother of eight, plus two in heaven. Joanne coaches the St. Thomas More Academy swim team and is a member of the school’s CrossFit team. Joanne has a devotion to our Blessed Mother and she enjoys reading, writing, gardening and going on adventures with her big family.
Reflections Contributor Day 12: Jerry DeMelo Jr.
Reflections Contributor Day 13: Fr. Alex Igbozuruike
Reflections Contributor Day 14: Fr. Nnaemeka Paschal Ajuka
Reflections Contributor Day 15: Fr. Sylvanus Amaobi
Reflections Contributor Day 16: Celina Manville
Reflections Contributor Day 17: Matthew Kelly
My name is Matthew Kelly (No I'm not from Australia), and I am an adopted sinful son of God. Born in Rochester, NY in 2000, all of my seven sisters and one brother and I were homeschooled until high school age, which made for a lot of book-reading and tree-climbing in the early days! I like playing sports with friends, reading, singing, eating, and all things baseball-related. I hope that I take this opportunity to write for Gratia Vobis Ministries in the way that God wants me to, and that my writings might facilitate communication between you readers, and God.
Reflections Contributor Day 18: Fr. JohnBosco Obika
Reflections Contributor Day 19: D'Souza Family
Day 20: Tom Nash
Reflections Contributor Day 20: Cheryl J.
Reflections Contributor Day 21: Fr. Marcelo Javier Navarro Muñoz, IVE
Reflections Contributor Day 22: Brett and Taylor Akins
Reflections Contributor Day 23: Fr. Cyriacus Uzochukwu
Reflections Contributor Day 24: Nicole Buchholz
Reflections Contributor Day 25: Fr. Luke Ijezie
Reflections Contributor Day 26: Arlene Braganza
Reflections Contributor Day 27: Fr. John Opara
Reflections Contributor Day 28: Sister Veronica Schueler, F.S.E.
Sister Veronica Schueler, F.S.E. is the Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, where her responsibilities include oversight of the archives and general record-keeping, as well as mission outreach. She is also the Episcopal Delegate for Religious Communities and for Catholic Health Care. She earned a certificate in bioethics from the National Catholic Bioethics Center and is engaged in addressing bioethical issues for the Archdiocese. She graduated cum laude from the Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in 1993. Admitted to the bars of several states, she has 15 years of experience practicing immigration law. She is a member of the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist, a pontifical religious community with its Motherhouse in Connecticut and a local center in Bridal Veil, Oregon.
Reflections Contributor Day 29: Deborah van Kroonenburg
Reflections Contributor Day 30: John and Kathy Schultz
Reflections Contributor Day 31: Fr. Archie Tacay
Previous Writer, Day 9: Dr. David Cooper OP
Dr. David Cooper OP converted to Catholicism 16 years ago and became a life promised Lay Dominican 8 years ago. He is grateful for 50 years of marriage, two daughters and 5 grandchildren. He is a retired rehab doctor with a passion for medical missions, having served in Thailand, India, Cameroon and Honduras. His current mission field is in the Texas state prison system where he is active in the Kolbe Prison Ministries. He also mentors men who are in Lay Dominican formation.