About me & this website devoted to St Paul of the Cross


Who I am and about this website devoted to St Paul of the Cross

My name is Glenn Dallaire and I live in Bristol, Connecticut, USA. I am very happily married to my best friend Brenda, and together we have seven wonderful children. I am a computer support help desk analyst, and have worked in the Information Services and Technology field since 1993. I am a devout Catholic who endeavors always to be faithful to the Catholic Church and its teachings. With and in my family I love God, our blessed Mother Mary and the Saints, especially Saint Gemma Galgani. Out of devotion to her I put together an extensive website in her honor- http://www.stgemmagalgani.com/

Through my devotion to Saint Gemma (who is a Passionist Saint) I came across the extraordinary life of St Paul of the Cross, mystic and founder of the Passionist Congregation. Inspired by his heroic life of love and sacrifice for God, I felt called to create this website devoted to him.
I hope and pray that through this website others may be inspired by St Paul's heroic love and devotion to God, and that we may obtain a greater love for Jesus by contemplating His love for us, as revealed in His Passion. And through our contemplation of the Passion, may we draw ever closer to our loving God.
In closing, I enjoy receiving emails and comments from others, so please feel free to leave comments on any of the webpages or you can email me at gdallaire1@gmail.com
St Paul of the Cross, pray for us!

St Gemma Galgani, pray for us!

"Oh Love, oh fire of charity; how powerful You are!" -St Paul of the Cross

3 comments:

Tim said...

You did already a lot of work on this. Great job Glenn!

Glenn Dallaire said...

Thank you Tim. It is really a "work in progress" so to speak.

By reading through the books that I have on the life of St Paul of the Cross, I see that I have alot of information to add. Through the making of this website I hope to learn more about and obtain a greater love for God through devotion to His Passion, as St Paul of the Cross taught.

May God bless you abd may He be with you always!
-Glenn Dallaire

Tim said...

I was struck by the part in which he so felt for the Blessed Virgin at the foot of the cross. During the Rosary that has been coming into my mind as well. The suffering of a mother for her child.

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