Sunday, September 30, 2007

Mathetes Award

Rachi and Divine Mercy have both nominated me for the Mathetes Award for excellence in Discipleship. I am humbled and grateful. I hereby pass this award onto:

  • Thomas Fitzpatrick at Recta Ratio for his untiring dedication to Catholic history and tradition.
  • Deacon Harry at Dolorosa Journal for his web ministry to those suffering from mental illness and their families.
  • Syrian Catholic at Ecce Agnus Dei for his dedication to the Liturgy and the Reform of the Reform in the Church.
These five nominated people are to pass this award onto five others, mentioning the person or people that nominated them.


SuzyQ said...

Congratulations on the award Dymphna :0)
Your blog is a very worthy winner.
Thankyou so much for your kind nomination, I am very humbled (and may I say a littl surprised:0) as I was also nominated by Robert @ "Mulled Vine."
God Bless you
Have a wonderful day

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Its great that people appreciate your blog, Suzy--you deserve it!

SyrianCatholic said...

Thank you for the nomination, you are far too kind. I am, however totally unworthy to be nominated for anything but "sinner of the year".

Thank you Dymphna!

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Well, SyrianCatholic, Thank God that Christ The Physician came for "the sick" and not "the well."

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