Saint Dominic —portrait by El Grecoabout As an adolescent, he had a particular love of theology and the Scriptures became the foundation of his spirituality.
Andrew in Kenmore credit for inspiring his desire for that vocation. Andrew Elementary School but when the time came for high school, he decided to go to Canisius instead of the Diocesan Preparatory High School. Priests, whose opinions he valued, advised him to broaden his horizons.
They knew he was interested in the priesthood and wanted him to explore other learning experiences before entering the seminary.
Never having lost his desire to become a priest, he thereafter entered Christ the King Seminary and was ordained in by Bishop Edward Head. John Kanty Parish on Broadway in Buffalo. He stayed there for two and a half years and then moved on to St. Gregory the Great Parish in Williamsville for another two and a half years.
After that Bishop Head asked Fr. Kopec to return to Catholic University to study for a degree in Canon Law. Two years and one Canon Law Degree later, Fr.
He spent four and a half years there full time when the bishop unexpectedly assigned him to St. John Kanty as pastor.
Although it was not an easy task, Fr. Jerry saw the positive side of his work. He felt he learned a lot working with Sr. He discovered that if you have a process where the people are really engaged, they will come to a decision that they can embrace as their own.
Although the engaged parishes were sad to leave their church building behind, they understood the need to change so the Church could move forward. Along with this responsibility he was asked to co-chair the New Visions Program which was a diocesan-wide process of pastoral re-organization.
Once again he embraced the challenge and saw the positive side of the mission. He enjoyed working again with Sr. Regina as well as with Kathy Heffern.
They would come up with great recommendations. I treasure that experience. If you trust in people and give them the opportunity to study and learn, they develop wonderful creative ideas that you might not otherwise discover. Jerry was assigned as pastor of St.
John de LaSalle in Niagara Falls. While he was there he really enjoyed the close knit community in the LaSalle area. In he was assigned to SS. Peter and Paul Parish in Williamsville where he currently resides.
In the winter Fr. Jerry likes to ski and in the summer he likes to hike. He loves to travel.
After his first few years at SS. Peter and Paul, Fr.The Truth of El Mozote View other pieces in "The New Yorker" By Mark Danner December 06, Tags: Central America | Latin America | El Salvador H EADING up into the mountains of Morazán, in the bright, clear air near the Honduran border, you cross the Torola River, the wooden slats of the one-lane bridge clattering beneath your wheels, and enter what was the fiercest of El Salvador's zonas.
The Order of Preachers (Latin: Ordo Praedicatorum, postnominal abbreviation OP), also known as the Dominican Order, is a mendicant Catholic religious order founded by the Spanish priest Dominic of Caleruega in France, approved by Pope Honorius III via the Papal bull Religiosam vitam on 22 December Members of the order, who are referred to as Dominicans, generally carry the letters OP.
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