11NSC10 DCN MICHAEL CULLEN: Prayer Life to Holiness CD


Deacon Micheal Cullen from Wisconsin challenged listeners to move into a life that combines prayer with action. Speaking from his experiences in the anti-war movement in the 60's, from working with Dorothy Day (who encouraged him to get involved with the charismatic movement) and other social action oriented efforts, Michael presented a moving account of his own growth in prayer.

Deacon Michael Cullen is a Parish Life Coordinator in Wisconsin. He is also the liaison for the Diocese of Superior, WI. In 1966, he and his wife, Annette, established Casa Maria, a Catholic Worker House of Hospitality for homeless families in Milwaukee, WI. Because of his anti-war work, he was deported to Ireland for 15 years and while there, he started Camp Jesus, an evangelistic outreach to youth and helped strengthen the charismatic renewal in Ireland. Returning the the U.S. many years later, Deacon Michael has been very active in Renewal work doing retreats and parish missions. They have 12 children and 20 grandchildren.

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