General Superior’s Arrival

On the last day of August our Community welcomed our General Superior Fr. Kazimierz Radzik, who together with Fr. Jerzy Sosinski, General Treasurer came from Poland to do pastoral visit. Their official visit will take them to all of our confreres and their places of ministry: London, Lucan, Sarnia, Toronto, and Detroit. They will also participate in the main celebrations of our Jubilee year. We hope their visit, though official will also be cordial and full of rest.

It is noteworthy to mention as well, that on that day one more member of our Congregation was added to our Canadian community. Fr. Piotr Wojakiewicz comes to us from Castel St. Elia, Italy and will be helping at St. Mary’s Parish. Fr. Piotr, we hope you will not miss too much of your Italian pasta – our Canadian is as good if not even better.

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