Fr. Sean Raftis tells us his story of a 25 years friendship with 10 of his friends (E10.10)

Posted Monday May 09, 2016 by Mary's Touch

This week we bring you a special story on the Mary’s Touch Program:

  • Fr. Sean Raftis received his B.A. in Communications from Gonzaga University in 1987, an M.A. in Communications from Washington State University in 1991, an M.A. in Philosophy from Loyola University in 2000, and his Master of Divinity and Sacred Theology Licentiate from Weston Jesuit School of Theology in 2005.  Fr. Raftis wrote the pro-life statement for the U.S. Jesuits, and taught at Seattle University and Bellarmine Preparatory School in Tacoma.  Fr. Raftis currently serves as Administrator of Holy Cross Parish in Townsend, Montana, as well as Parochial Vicar of Saints Cyril and Methodius Parish, East Helena, with Saint John Mission, Clancy, and Our Lady of the Lake Mission.
  • Fr. Raftis is also one of the famous Gonzaga Prep “Tag Brothers” featured on ESPN, the Wall Street Journal, and the Sunday Morning Show.
  • His wonderful story is of his friendship with his 10 friends over the last 25 years. Ten friends from the Pacific Northwest choose to stay in touch in the most literal sense of the word, with a month-long game of tag.
  • Texas State Secretary of the Knights of Columbus Douglas Oldmixon – “Faith & Freedom Minute”.  This minute is an important reminder about the importance of the goodness of the Knights of Columbus.
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