Archives for June 2017

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Council Notes from Monterey (May 1, 2017)

The first item on the agenda for the May 1 of the Monterey Council meeting was the announcement of the new director of St. Francis Retreat Center in San Juan Bautista.

– A lengthy discussion took place on the topic of sanctuary parishes. The consensus was that naming a sanctuary parish is mostly a symbolic act. Catholic Charities has been organizing forums where immigrants can receive information, talk to attorneys and receive practical assistance.

–  Members suggested that a study group be formed to make recommendations on where formation for the sacrament of Confirmation for young people should take place, either at a parish or in a Catholic high school.

–  Members discussed issues surrounding attendance at the National Association of Filipino Priests meeting later this year

– An extensive discussion took place on immigration issues. Minutes note Bishop Garcia sent the document titled “Preparing Your Family for Immigration Enforcement” in Spanish and English to all priests and deacons.  In addition, minutes note the resources of COPA (Communities Organized for Relational Power in Action) and Catholic Charities to assist refugees.

–  Four men will be ordained to the priesthood and four to the transitional diaconate.

–  The Pastoral Resource Day is being planned for August/September. It will likely be at five locations. Minutes note the goal is to develop a school of lay ministry.

– Bishop will join the newly formed Monterey County Sheriff’s Advisory Group.

– Bishop and the Chief Financial Officer will meet with the Latin Mass Community Minister.

– The hope is that the new youth minister can begin her new position in July or August.

–  Finally, minutes note planning taking place regarding the May 2018 Priests Summit. A number of suggestions were made on how to finance the summit including finding sponsors to cover some costs. Also mentioned were a combination of financing from parishes, the council, and priests themselves. The goal is to have as many priests as possible attend the summit and stay throughout the week.

Allentown priest named bishop

Bishop-elect Alfred A. Schlert. Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Allentown

Pope Francis named Monsignor Alfred A. Schlert, as Bishop of Allentown. He succeeds Bishop John O. Barres who was transferred to the Diocese of Rockville Centre in Dec. 2016.

Bishop-elect Schlert, 55, a priest of the Diocese of Allentown is currently diocesan administrator. It is the first time a priest of the diocese has been named a bishop.

Ordained in 1987, he prepared for the priesthood at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary near Philadelphia and the Pontifical Roman Seminary and St. John Lateran University in Rome. He received a Licentiate in Canon Law from the Pontifical Lateran University in 1992.

Bishop-elect Schlert has served in a variety of pastoral and administrative positions including, professor at his alma mater Notre Dame High School, and Catholic chaplain at Lehigh University. He was named Vice Chancellor and Secretary to the bishop in 1997; and was named vicar general of the diocese of Allentown in 1998. While still serving as Vicar General, he was still pastor of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Church in Hellertown, 2008-2010, when he resumed full time service as vicar general.

In addition, Bishop-elect Schlert is Vice President of the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference and a member of its Administrative Board.  He also served on the diocesan Council of Priests, the diocesan Financial Council, and the diocesan College of Consultors. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees for DeSales University.

His ordination and installation as bishop will take place at the Cathedral of St. Catherine of Siena on Thursday, Aug. 31st.

For the USCCB News Release (June 27, 2017), click here.

For the Catholic News Agency (June 27, 2017) report, click here.

Three US archbishops receive pallium

Pope Francis gave palliums to three US archbishops with ties to the archdiocese of Indianapolis on Thursday, June 29 honoring the feast of Saints Peter and Paul, the patron saints of the Vatican and the city of Rome.

The US prelates receiving the palliums were Cardinal Joseph W. Tobin, CSsR, archbishop of Newark, Most Rev. Paul D. Etienne, archbishop of Anchorage, and Most Rev. Charles C. Thompson, newly appointed archbishop of Indianapolis.

Cardinal Tobin was previously archbishop of Indianapolis and Archbishop Etienne was a priest of the archdiocese before being named bishop of Cheyenne and then appointed archbishop of Anchorage in Oct. 2016. Pope Francis recently named then Evansville Bishop Charles Thompson to replace Cardinal Tobin as archbishop of Indianapolis.

The actual imposition of the palliums will take place in the archbishops’ archdioceses.

On Wednesday, June 28 Pope Francis created new cardinals from El Salvador, Mali, Laos, Sweden and Spain.

Thirty-six archbishops appointed over the course of the past year were also invited to come to Rome to concelebrate the feast day Mass with Pope Francis. They came from 26 countries.

For the Catholic News Service (June 29, 2017) report, click here.

National Association of Hispanic Priests (ANSH) 28th Annual Convention

The National Association of Hispanic Priests (ANSH) will host its 28th annual convention from Sept. 18-21 at the Hyatt Regency Milwaukee in Milwaukee, Wisc. The theme for the assembly is Priest, Teacher, and Pastor: on the Way to V Encuentro [Sacerdote, Maestr, y Pastor: en Camino al V Encuentro]. Principal speakers include, Most Rev. Gerald Barnes, Bishop of San Bernardino. The title of his presentation is: “Priesthood as My Way of Sanctification;” Most Rev. Arturo Cepeda, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit. The title of his presentation is: “Priesthood as My Way of Sanctification for the People of God;” and Most Rev. Gustavo Garcia-Siller, MSpS, Archbishop of San Antonio. The title of his presentation is: “Priesthood and Sanctification of Hispanic People.” For more information contact ANSH, P.O. Box 3356, Lubbock, TX 79452. Tel: (806) 549-8631. E-mail: [email protected]. Website:

SLIconnect presents: Skills for Mental Health First Responders

SLIconnect, the education resource of St. Luke Institute, presents Skills for Mental Health First Responders

When – Thursday, July 20 – 1:00 pm EDT

Presenter – Michael Day, Psy.D.  will provide an overview of common mental health challenges and offers strategies for assessment and intervention.

Cost – $25.00 [Includes unlimited access to the on-demand recording and resource materials.]

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Nicholas Gilroy: Our Lady and the Guardian

The self-published Nicholas Gilroy: Our Lady and the Guardian, by Fr. Stephen and Deacon George is 112-page novel about a 14 year-old boy who discerns a call to the priesthood. He leads a somewhat protected life being homeschooled and then enters a high school seminary. There he runs into some interesting characters including an intimidating vice-rector. There are other supportive friends and faculty that help Nicholas improve his self- image. It’s the second half of the book that supplies the real drama, adventure and confrontation with the “Guardians.” In the end, though, through the intercession of Virgin Mary questions are answered and positive decisions are made. Father Stephen Gemme is a priest of the Diocese of Worcester. Available for $24.88 at To order, click here.