Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski-Communion Breakfast at the Seminary And Other Things
I visited the beautiful Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. The renovation is stunning. It's a magnificent Church in a very trendy neighborhood of Brooklyn. What a challenge for the Rector, Msgr. Kieran Harrington, to try to engage the young adult Catholics in the neighborhood!
I walked over the Walkway Over the Hudson in Poughkeepsie, NY this Fall with family and friends. I highly recommend the experience. If you are not familiar with it, it's the longest, elevated pedestrian bridge in the world.
Auxiliary Bishop of Rockville Centre-Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski celebrated Mass and gave a talk at the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception in Huntington, NY on Sunday, Oct. 26th. It was sponsored by the "Friends of the Seminary" at their annual Communion Breakfast. Bishop Andrzej shared a lot of wisdom and hope with us that morning. In his homily, he spoke about how crucial it is to have God be a part of all our relationships in order for them to be life-giving. Love of God calls us to continual conversion. Love of God calls us to show that love in action. He also spoke about the importance of the Blessed Mother in the life of Catholics and how important it is to stay close to her in prayer and to trust in her closeness to us. It was a great day. The Committee of which I was a part, helped to make the day a success. Bishop Andrzej, a native of Poland, was inspired by Pope John Paul II to become a priest. He was named a Bishop by Pope Francis in Feb. 2014. Expect great things from him!
I am a graduate of Fordham University's Graduate School of Religion and Religious Education.
I am a Third Order Carmelite.
I have a great devotion to St. Therese of Lisieux and all the Carmelite saints.
Quotes I like: Blessed Mother Teresa
"Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls."
"If you can't feed a hundred people, then feed just one."
And from a great woman Doctor of the Church-
"To have courage for whatever comes in life, everything lies in that." St. Teresa of Avila