Repose en Paix Fr

L’homme qui m’a inspiré à apprendre la langue française. J’ai oublié la plupart des français j’ai appris à l’époque mais je me souviendrai toujours de l’homme.

Le Fratres a Sacratissimo Corde Iesu a perdu un grand homme.


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  1. Last Updated: Nov 5th, 2008 – 09:02:30


    Nov 5, 2008, 09:01

    Brother Albert Ledet, S.C. (Albert John Ledet), a Brother of the Sacred Heart, passed away on Wednesday, October 29, 2008 at 5:00 p.m., at the Brothers

  2. They broke the mold with some of them older guys. And buddy you had to toe the line with him too. Once a kid in his class acted out. Brother Albert picked up the desk with the kid in it and both went flying. Needless to say he rarely had problems in his class and his students learned a few things.

    The younger generation of brothers frown on the flying desk concept.


  3. Well there wasn’t any flying desk tonight at Our Lady of the Gulf Church in Bay St. Louis- despite having a full contingency of Brothers in the house. The Brothers are a special group of men who impact this world in greater proportion to their numbers.

    Their numbers are dwindling and their hair is graying yet their impact is still great. I did mention your call this afternoon alerting me of the Mass and your gesture was appreciated by Brother Malcom amoung others SOP.

    The Brothers are special to me for so many reasons. One of the greatest is their humility. Their vocational mission is the education of the youth of the community where they serve.

    By way of example, Brother Lee was principal one year and maintenance man the next. No status is gained by the type of work done. Brother Malcom, for example, is now maintenance man for the local Catholic school Saint Stanislaus. When I attended school he was one of the best teachers.

    Most of us would not accept such movements in our work status without great despair in our self-esteem. Yet for the Brothers its a true demonstration of their source of self-esteem that they are happy to serve in any capacity which is needed.

    Thanks for the post noting these good men and hopefully their impact can be felt in those who’s lives we are fortunate enough to cross.

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