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Brother Gregory Conant O.S.B. December 6, 1927 to July 23, 2015; Requiescat In Pace, my friend!

My good conversational friend, Brother Gregory Conant, O.S.B. died peacefully on July 23, 2015 at Saint Benedict Abbey, Still River, Massachusetts, after a lengthy illness.

I personally knew Brother Gregory before, and after, he was a professed monk at St. Benedict Abbey in Still River, Massachusetts. His engaging conversation in various areas of Church history as it related to various teachings of the Church was something no other consecrated religious will ever come close to. If he wasn't talking about history, he was talking about Popes and Catholic Councils and the effect they had on society and the world for a specific period of time.

This was a unique Benedictine monk! . . . no doubt!

His love for the Church and Church history had an important impact on my life for which I am grateful.

Requiescat In Pace, my friend!
December 6, 1927 to July 23, 2015

Mike Humphrey
(Read his obituary here.)

Posting date Questions
October 2002 Given this hypothetical scenario and person, is John Doe saved according to the Catholic Church?
November 2000 If there is — No salvation outside the Church, — what happens to the millions of non-Catholics?
November 2000 Was 'Outside the Church there is no salvation.' ever a Catholic doctrine?; is it?; what's the story?
August 2000 If ignorance or the goodness of people is enough, why waste time sending out missionaries?
August 2000 Is "No Salvation Outside The Church" just a slogan; and what are your teachings on this doctrine?
August 2000 Do you agree with my understand of the teaching — "Outside the Church there is no salvation"?
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