September 28, 2015
WESTERN CATHOLIC REPORTER
There was little doubt Antony Cruz would one day become a priest. As a little boy in India, Cruz loved to play at being a priest, making himself a chasuble out of an old towel. He also made a chasuble for his doll out of a piece of cloth. Then he made a cross with sticks and planted it near a lake for his own pilgrimage. "From my childhood days, I am a Catholic Christian. My family is traditionally a Catholic family," Cruz, a Pallottine priest, told those attending the Catholic prayer breakfast at the Chateau Louis Conference Centre Sept. 12.