North Dakota Residents Pray and Continue Search for parishioner


According to the Diocese of Fargo, friends and parishioners around the diocese continue to pray for Mina Kay Breker, 48, who disappeared on November 11th.

The diocese stated that “Breker worked in St. John parish, Wahpeton, for the past six years as executive assistant and financial secretary and is a member of the parish. She is the mother of three daughters.”

Police describe Breker “five feet, three inches tall, weighing 170 pounds and having blonde hair and blue eyes.”

The community is bewildered as to her disappearance and St. John’s Pastor Fr. Dale Lagodinski has been active spearheading search efforts.

Her sister Marlene Wilson commented that “Her life revolved around those kids, her faith and her parish,”

Fr. Dennis Skonseng, Vicar General for the diocese has been trying to spread word to other dioceses in the search process.

Family members commented at a prayer vigil for Breker that, “Our faith assures us God is with Mina wherever she may be. Our hope remains she will be found safe and soon.”

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