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Doctor Miguel Quevedo wrote:

Hi, guys —

As a lecturer to an small community of couples, I have to make an speech about service and
I don't know how. The main idea is Service in the community, with the emphasis on service toward the:

  • marital spouse
  • the family, and
  • the Church, etc.

I would appreciate any help you can provide.



  { Is there any advice you can provide for a speech I have to make on 'Service in the community'? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Doc —

There is an organization called Toastmasters that can assist in helping you give public talks.

Toastmasters International — Home

Of course, we can't do the work, but through prayer and guided by the Holy Spirit, I know you'll do a great job.  Praying the Rosary will be a great preparation.

It's a Marian devotion and, of course, the spouse of the Blessed Virgin is the Holy Spirit.

Hope this helps,


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