Sunday, 17 March 2013 20:48

Welcome to Canada

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Shortly after we finished celebrating Canada Day, our community rejoiced with a visit of our seminarian from Cracow, Poland, Jacek Majbrodzki. Jacek is a theology student and comes to us for summer English language experience. He will reside at Our Lady of Czestochowa parish and will be helping the parish during the summer vacation.

We also welcome a new addition to our Canadian community. Our General Superior at the petition of our local Superior transferred Fr. Eugeniusz /Eugene/ Dziedzic from Poland to Canada. Fr. Eugene was ordained in 1996 in Poland and his last appointment was in Miejsce Piastowe where he was the vice principal of a school run by the Michaelite Fathers. Fr. Eugene will be helping in London and Toronto while other priests take their summer vacation. Fr. Eugene and Sem. Jacek – welcome to Canada and we hope you will like it here.

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