of Western Ontario Rabbi Shalom Denbo lives in Los Angeles where he is a Torah teacher and certified Mohel.
He is the founder of AEPi Jerusalem Road Trips, and established a partnership between AISH and Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
That was when the idea first entered his mind about becoming a priest but quickly left after the retreat ended.
The Monday after the retreat, on November 1, one month before his 18 birthday, he was studying for a Latin test.
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He was not really enthusiastic about church while he was growing up recalling, “I was drifting away as I was getting to be an older teenager and quite possibly would have left the church after a while the way I was going.” During a senior year retreat, a priest spoke about vocations to the priesthood.The 2014 Buffalo Bills season was the franchise's 45th season in the National Football League, 55th season of competition, second under head coach Doug Marrone and the first in franchise history without Ralph Wilson as owner.The Bills improved on their 6–10 record from 2013, finishing with a 9–7 record, their first winning season since 2004, but it still didn't help the team make the playoffs.On December 3, 2014, after six years and a 1-5 record (their only win coming in a 23-0 shutout victory against the Washington Redskins), the Bills Toronto Series was permanently cancelled.The Bills won their first two games, a 23-20 overtime road win at Chicago (their first-ever victory at Soldier Field) and an emotionally raucous 29-10 home win against division rival Miami, a game played just days after the announcement that the Pegulas would purchase the team and keep it in Buffalo.