Follow through Fr. Fragelli’s Mission Reports the fascinating story of the rebuilding of an African Mission. Yes… and it’s all happening in our day and age! Learn how God has blessed this new “battlefront” to conquer ever more souls for Heaven.”
Mission Report 1
On the shores of the Angounié River, the seemingly isolated Mission is in fact right outside of Mouila, a town of about forty thousand inhabitants. Right next to us, our first and only neighbor is a school of the Trinitarian Sisters. With its 500 students, it’s considered one of the best of the country. . . . . . .
Mission Report 2
We began the restoration of our little chapel to give Our Blessed Lord a worthy dwelling. (One must always start with Him.) We redid the ceiling, put in crown molding, painted the walls, put in windows, installed air 2 conditioning to make it a pleasant place to go pray, installed a beautiful statue of Our Lady .above the altar and. . . . . . .
Mission Report 3
The month of April began with a refreshing priestly experience: baptizing my first five African children. This took place at our parish in Libreville. What a blessing!Bell Steeple - This was quite a project. Just… follow the pictures. This was a long-winded project. It just took a lot to manipulate, with little tools, this hard and very heavy. . . . . . .