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Rev. Michael Berner

Pastor

Diocese of Des Moines , Iowa

Direct Phone: (515) ***-****       

Diocese of Des Moines , Iowa

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Employment History

Music Minister

Grace Fellowship Church

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Diocese of Des Moines

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Reverend Michael Berner - Pastor stanne@iowatelecom.net (515) 644-2535


Diocese of Des Moines

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Reverend Michael Berner - Pastor stanne@iowatelecom.net (515) 644-2535


Editor's Report: The Real Treasure

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Father Michael Berner, a priest of the Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa, knows exactly what it's like to win $1 million, because it happened to him Aug. 20.That was the day he learned he was a grand-prize winner in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.He got the news on live television, as is the company's fashion, and within 15 minutes several hundred people had gathered on the front lawn of the rectory at St. Joseph's parish in Earling, Iowa, where he is pastor and sole priest of the 268-family parish.

...
Last week, Publishers Clearing House brought Father Berner and a priest friend, Father Thomas Crowley, to New York on an all-expenses-paid trip which all big winners receive.
...
Father Berner found the crowd friendly, but a bit overwhelming, coming as he does from a town of 400 people.
The highlight of his week was a chance to concelebrate Sunday Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral with Cardinal O'Connor.He had written the cardinal soon after learning of the trip and was pleased when the cardinal extended an invitation to drop by his residence for breakfast before Mass.
"I admire the man very much, especially his theological stance," Father Berner said.
The newfound money, payable over 30 years starting with an initial sum of $50,000 which he already has received, has had one immediate effect.He is now debt-free for the first time in a long while, having eliminated his credit card bills and car payment all at once.
He plans to put part of his winnings toward the installation of an air-conditioning system in St. Joseph's Church.He is quick to explain in his straightforward Midwest manner that the heat of the Iowa summers can be "one little ordeal."
He's been pastor at St. Joseph's for two and a half years, and also served the parish as a transitional deacon.Parishioners in the German-American farming community take their faith seriously, with an average of 75 people attending Mass each weekday morning.
"They're an absolute gift," he said."They love the Church."
He truly sounds like a man who had discovered his treasure before he won the big prize.


Editor's Report: The Real Treasure

www.cny.org [cached]

Father Michael Berner, a priest of the Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa, knows exactly what it's like to win $1 million, because it happened to him Aug. 20.That was the day he learned he was a grand-prize winner in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.He got the news on live television, as is the company's fashion, and within 15 minutes several hundred people had gathered on the front lawn of the rectory at St. Joseph's parish in Earling, Iowa, where he is pastor and sole priest of the 268-family parish.

...
Last week, Publishers Clearing House brought Father Berner and a priest friend, Father Thomas Crowley, to New York on an all-expenses-paid trip which all big winners receive.
...
Father Berner found the crowd friendly, but a bit overwhelming, coming as he does from a town of 400 people.
The highlight of his week was a chance to concelebrate Sunday Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral with Cardinal O'Connor.He had written the cardinal soon after learning of the trip and was pleased when the cardinal extended an invitation to drop by his residence for breakfast before Mass.
"I admire the man very much, especially his theological stance," Father Berner said.
The newfound money, payable over 30 years starting with an initial sum of $50,000 which he already has received, has had one immediate effect.He is now debt-free for the first time in a long while, having eliminated his credit card bills and car payment all at once.
He plans to put part of his winnings toward the installation of an air-conditioning system in St. Joseph's Church.He is quick to explain in his straightforward Midwest manner that the heat of the Iowa summers can be "one little ordeal."
He's been pastor at St. Joseph's for two and a half years, and also served the parish as a transitional deacon.Parishioners in the German-American farming community take their faith seriously, with an average of 75 people attending Mass each weekday morning.
"They're an absolute gift," he said."They love the Church."
He truly sounds like a man who had discovered his treasure before he won the big prize.


Editor's Report: The Real Treasure

www.cny.org [cached]

Father Michael Berner, a priest of the Diocese of Des Moines, Iowa, knows exactly what it's like to win $1 million, because it happened to him Aug. 20.That was the day he learned he was a grand-prize winner in the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes.He got the news on live television, as is the company's fashion, and within 15 minutes several hundred people had gathered on the front lawn of the rectory at St. Joseph's parish in Earling, Iowa, where he is pastor and sole priest of the 268-family parish.

...
Last week, Publishers Clearing House brought Father Berner and a priest friend, Father Thomas Crowley, to New York on an all-expenses-paid trip which all big winners receive.
...
Father Berner found the crowd friendly, but a bit overwhelming, coming as he does from a town of 400 people.
The highlight of his week was a chance to concelebrate Sunday Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral with Cardinal O'Connor.He had written the cardinal soon after learning of the trip and was pleased when the cardinal extended an invitation to drop by his residence for breakfast before Mass.
"I admire the man very much, especially his theological stance," Father Berner said.
The newfound money, payable over 30 years starting with an initial sum of $50,000 which he already has received, has had one immediate effect.He is now debt-free for the first time in a long while, having eliminated his credit card bills and car payment all at once.
He plans to put part of his winnings toward the installation of an air-conditioning system in St. Joseph's Church.He is quick to explain in his straightforward Midwest manner that the heat of the Iowa summers can be "one little ordeal."
He's been pastor at St. Joseph's for two and a half years, and also served the parish as a transitional deacon.Parishioners in the German-American farming community take their faith seriously, with an average of 75 people attending Mass each weekday morning.
"They're an absolute gift," he said."They love the Church."
He truly sounds like a man who had discovered his treasure before he won the big prize.

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