Minnesota is Cold

by Steve Ray on March 15, 2011

Great time in Sauk Centre. Now driving for day of talks in Little Canada, near Minneapolis. It’s COLD!

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Mary Sklenar March 15, 2011 at 5:38 PM

Poor baby – - it’s close to 76 here in Lordsburg, New Mexico. Tomorrow we’ll be in Tucson to see friends, then head back to Mesa. I’m going to look up Little Canada – - never heard of it.
Stay warm, Mary

carol whalen March 15, 2011 at 10:27 PM

Just got home from church after hearing Steve Ray speak. Very inspiring for a converted Lutheran. By the way, this is not cold weather. You should have been here when it REALLY was cold. Little Canada is a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota.

Peace,
Carol

Alice Oden March 16, 2011 at 5:56 PM

Our day with Steve, yesterday, at St. John’s of Little Canada was incredible. Steve gave three presentations: the Eucharist, on raising children to love the faith and his conversion story. I was so pleased and impressed at how Steve “fit right in” with the staff and parishioners. It was wonderful!

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Little Canada or St. John’s parish, St. John’s parish was founded in 1851 by forty French-Canadian families in Little Canada. St. John’s was the 4th parish established in the territory and the 2nd parish occupying the original location under the same name in the state of Minnesota.

Little Canada is located just north of the city of St. Paul (about 15 minutes from downtown St. Paul). Historically, Little Canada was wayside reststop for travelers on the fur trading route from Lake Superior to St. Paul.. You can learn more about St. John’s at http://www.stjohnsoflc.org

Steve, thanks so much for a wonderful day!

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