Announcing APM's 2020

Mary Mulheron Award Winner!

Beryl Schewe

Director of Pastoral Care

Our Lady of Grace

"We all stand on the shoulders of those who have gone before us, and lead the way for those who follow. Paying it forward -- our most worthy expression of gratitude – grateful for those who shined their light for us to follow, and grateful for those who will someday follow us as ministers."

Click here for the full thank you from Beryl

From Mary Ann Kelly-Wright, APM Past Chair:

"As the serving Past Chair of APM I have the honor to introduce APM‘s 2020 recipient to you...  This year requires a different approach as the APM Board prudently made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 banquet.  Our past banquets provide evidence that the “required social distancing” would be impossible to achieve nor would we want to if we were to gather....

 

It is with great joy that I have the privilege of announcing this year’s Mary Mulheron Award winner, Beryl Morrow Schewe from Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church.  The framed certificate and monetary gift were presented to Beryl on Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church, Edina, Minnesota."

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Honorary Mary Mulheron Award Winner!

Pat Williams

May she rest in Jesus' loving arms.

Pastoral Care Director at St. Thomas Becket

until she died of cancer.

From Christine Sorensen, APM Program Committee:

"Adaire and I drove right over to Pat's home and had the blessing of giving her the certificate.  She was both humbled and delighted. It was an honor for us to represent the Board and express our gratitude and affection to Pat.  She has now gone home to our loving God who created her and we who remain will long be inspired by her dedication and example.  Well done, good and faithful servant."

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About Us

APM is a community of caring people committed to the Church's human service ministries and the support of one another in those ministries.

 

The role of our members is one of leadership in calling people forth to respond to their baptism through ministry and in modeling new ways of ministering.

 

We are dedicated to nurturing relationships with individuals and organizations within the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and beyond its boundaries.

 

We are a community of discernment seeking to discover and to implement ways that will strengthen and improve the quality of our ministry modeled after the life and teachings of Jesus.

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