Lenten Retreat program in English begins today. Father Vincent Miceli, a pastor of St. Fortunata Church in Brooklyn, will be our guest priest and homilist during our Lenten Retreat program in English language this year. All our parishioners, visitors, guests, the students of St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy, children of the CCD programs are invited to attend this special preparation for Easter. Father Vincent is an excellent preacher and a fantastic homilist. Please make an effort to participate in the two days program which will be held at St. Stanislaus Kostka Church in Brooklyn, on Monday March 11 and Tuesday March 12, 2013 at 7 PM. There will be an opportunity for the sacrament of reconciliation from 6:30 until 7 PM each night. Please come.
Father Pawel “Paul” Bielecki, OFM Cap, a Capuchin Friar, is a missionary from Lebanon and will be leading our Lenten Retreat in English language this year. Fr. Paul was born in Poland and works among the poor of the Middle East. He is a priest, a paramedic, a teacher, a builder, and above all, a dedicated and selfless missionary. Thank you, Father Paul, for taking the time to bring us closer to Jesus and for making Easter and Jesus’ Resurrection more meaningful and relevant in our daily lives.
We would like to thank you for finding time to be with us and for sharing with us your faith and love for Jesus! Thank you for leading us on our spiritual path toward Easter! If you could not attend our Lenten program, please listen to Fr. Astor’s talk:
We invite all of you to attend the Lenten Retreat 2011.
Monday, April 4th and Tuesday, April 5th at 7 PM.
Our guest speaker and celebrant will be Rev. Astor Rodriguez CM, from St. John the Baptist, Brooklyn.
Please make an effort to participate in the retreat. All children from CCD programs and our Academy, grades 7 and higher, should participate both nights.