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Buffalo Diocese Announces More Parish Closings Across WNY

There are 62509 comments on the WGRZ Buffalo story from Oct 14, 2007, titled Buffalo Diocese Announces More Parish Closings Across WNY. In it, WGRZ Buffalo reports that:

The Diocese of Buffalo's "Journey of Faith and Grace" has led to the closings of more parishes across Western New York.

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Dunkirk Connection

Dunkirk, NY

#53568 Jan 26, 2013
Joseph Burke wrote:
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Speaking of Dunkirk, wasn't it John Hrycyna who was supposed to have fathered a child in his 60's while stationed at St. Hyacinth's in Lackawanna? And what did they do? They sent him to Dunkirk so that he would disappear from the scandal. That had to be 1958 or 1959. If anyone knows his birth date I bet they'll find he was in his 60's at that time. That child who was the son of his housekeeper is still living in Lackawanna. In later years he would visit daddy at Lakeshore Nursing Home. Head was really concerned that the presence of the son would become public. I think he was relieved when Hrycyna died back in the early 1990's. Head's administration was getting hit by scandal and he didn't want anymore bad PR.
You got the wrong priest. It was a poorly kept secret in Dunkirk that Fr. Hrycyna's predecessor, Father John Klimek, had a child. Fr. Hrycyna's assistant pastor, Rev. Carl Drews, was known to have a roving eye for the ladies. The exploits of Fr. Hrycyna's successor, Fast Eddie Synowiak, are still talked about. Eddie's housekeeper, imported from Poland, played many roles in his life. Fast Eddie's successor, Fr. Thomas Crane, almost destroyed the parish he became so unpopular. Next in line, Fr. Joe Janaczek, was a flaming fruit. There are no words to adequately describe the loser who replaced him, none other than the Rev. Dr. Czeslaw M. Krysa, SLD. Having been exposed to them all, I can unequivocally say that Fr. Hrycyna was the only one of them who was a REAL priest, and shame on you for spreading such lies. I hope Fr. Hrycyna comes to you in your dreams tonight.
Nuns

Lockport, NY

#53569 Jan 26, 2013
Welcome wrote:
Bishop Richard J. Malone has appointed a new superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Buffalo. Sister Carol Cimino, SSJ, Ed.D., a national consultant, college professor and author, will be introduced on Jan. 31 at the “Making a Difference Dinner - A Celebration of Catholic Schools,” which will be held at the Buffalo/Niagara Convention Center.
“This is a wonderful way to begin Catholic Schools Week,” Bishop Malone said.“Sister Carol’s credentials are impeccable. She brings to our Catholic schools a breadth of experience that will play an important role as we continue to focus on the faith formation and high academic achievement of our students. She has a deep commitment to the mission of Catholic schools, and knows and understands the importance of Catholic identity.”
A native of Rochester, Sister Carol has presented workshops across the country on marketing, school board and council development and strategic planning. Her book, Ensuring a Future Full of Hope, has been used by parent groups and boards to assist in recruitment efforts.
Sister Carol is a national consultant with William H. Sadlier Publishers, an adjunct consultant with Catholic School Management, Inc., and has been an associate professor at Manhattan College since1990. Since 1987, she has been executive director of Catholic School Administrators Association of New York, delivering more than 1,500 workshop and training sessions all over the United States.
“The strength of our schools is their Catholic identity, and I pledge to work to maintain and enhance our Catholic identity, so that our schools will remain true gifts to the Church,” Sister Carol said.“I cannot be more proud to be able to serve the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Buffalo. I look forward to strengthening these schools in partnership with pastors, principals and parents, and I believe that, in working with the community, we can bring the Catholic schools to a whole new level.”
Sister Carol also served in at several Catholic schools in Rochester: she was assistant principal and director of development at Nazareth Academy, principal at St. Anthony’s School and faculty member and assistant principal at St. Agnes High School. She taught Latin, economics and American government at St. Andrew’s Minor Seminary (King’s Preparatory).
A graduate of Nazareth College in Rochester, Sister Carol received a master’s degree in American history from Syracuse University, a certificate in educational administration from the University of Rochester and a doctorate in educational leadership from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Sister Carol has been extensively published, authoring Come Gather Round, a manual for catechists who train elementary and secondary school students; Continuing to Ensure a Future Full of Hope, a manual for use by Catholic school groups to plan for recruitment and retention of students and Lessons Learned: 10 Tips for New Principals.
Her service includes co-director of the National Catholic Education Association’s SPICE (Selected Programs for Improving Catholic Education), past president of the Empire State Society of Association Executives and the New York State Education Commissioner’s Nonpublic School Advisory Council.
“I am thrilled that Sister Carol has accepted the bishop’s appointment,” said Carol Kostyniak, secretary for Catholic education for the diocese.“We conducted an exhaustive national search and very quickly realized that she would be well-suited as our superintendent. She brings a new energy and dedication to the mission of Catholic schools. Her extensive experience in Catholic education, from teacher to principal to national consultant, will allow her to easily continue the implementation of our strategic plan for Catholic schools,‘Faith in Tomorrow,’ as we strive to grow and strengthen Catholic schools in the Diocese of Buffalo. She is a wonderful addition to our diocesan team.”
Is she another Lady Gaga?
Nuns

Lockport, NY

#53570 Jan 26, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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When is he arriving in Lewiston? Where will the current pastor be going?
He will go to his newly purchased home in Swormville to have 'special parties' with certain guys.
Writing on wall

Buffalo, NY

#53571 Jan 26, 2013
Welcome wrote:
Bishop Richard J. Malone has appointed a new superintendent of Catholic schools for the Diocese of Buffalo. Sister Carol Cimino, SSJ, Ed.D., a national consultant, college professor and author, will be introduced on Jan. 31 at the “Making a Difference Dinner - A Celebration of Catholic Schools,” which will be held at the Buffalo/Niagara Convention Center.
“This is a wonderful way to begin Catholic Schools Week,” Bishop Malone said.“Sister Carol’s credentials are impeccable. She brings to our Catholic schools a breadth of experience that will play an important role as we continue to focus on the faith formation and high academic achievement of our students. She has a deep commitment to the mission of Catholic schools, and knows and understands the importance of Catholic identity.”
A native of Rochester, Sister Carol has presented workshops across the country on marketing, school board and council development and strategic planning. Her book, Ensuring a Future Full of Hope, has been used by parent groups and boards to assist in recruitment efforts.
Sister Carol is a national consultant with William H. Sadlier Publishers, an adjunct consultant with Catholic School Management, Inc., and has been an associate professor at Manhattan College since1990. Since 1987, she has been executive director of Catholic School Administrators Association of New York, delivering more than 1,500 workshop and training sessions all over the United States.
“The strength of our schools is their Catholic identity, and I pledge to work to maintain and enhance our Catholic identity, so that our schools will remain true gifts to the Church,” Sister Carol said.“I cannot be more proud to be able to serve the Catholic schools of the Diocese of Buffalo. I look forward to strengthening these schools in partnership with pastors, principals and parents, and I believe that, in working with the community, we can bring the Catholic schools to a whole new level.”
Sister Carol also served in at several Catholic schools in Rochester: she was assistant principal and director of development at Nazareth Academy, principal at St. Anthony’s School and faculty member and assistant principal at St. Agnes High School. She taught Latin, economics and American government at St. Andrew’s Minor Seminary (King’s Preparatory).
A graduate of Nazareth College in Rochester, Sister Carol received a master’s degree in American history from Syracuse University, a certificate in educational administration from the University of Rochester and a doctorate in educational leadership from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
Sister Carol has been extensively published, authoring Come Gather Round, a manual for catechists who train elementary and secondary school students; Continuing to Ensure a Future Full of Hope, a manual for use by Catholic school groups to plan for recruitment and retention of students and Lessons Learned: 10 Tips for New Principals.
I predict this will be the first step in cleaning house in the Department of Catholic Education. Soon out will go Kostyniak cradle and all.
Msgr Goodski

Saint James, NY

#53572 Jan 26, 2013
Buffalo priests. The Devil knows what they do for their living. Msgr. Stanley Ropelski,vice-chancellor & cocaine dealer.(also with an eye for young men.) Frank Tuchols,arrested twice for drug-dealing. Ed Kaukus and his porno shrine. Not to mention Norman Sullivan,plus a few others. Schwartz,financial irregularities. Plus all the alcoholics, and the 60 or so priests "credibly accused" of sexual abuse. Great way to draw young men to the priesthood. No wonder the seminary is almost empty.
Msgr Goodski

Saint James, NY

#53573 Jan 26, 2013
Not to be totally negative, I have known also a great many fine and wonderful priests in the DOB. Msgr. Gabalski, Msgr. Miller, Fr.Daniel Duggan. Msgr. Paul Junker,Fr. Francis Baumgarten, Msgr Eugene Selbert,Fr. George Pollard,Msgr. James Campbell, etc. I could really prepare a very long list,but unfortunately guys are these are extremely rare these days,or they are not getting the attention they deserve. Another reason for the dearth of seminatians in the diocese. Probably only 2 ordination on average for the next ten years, while even more retire or die off.
Joseph Burke

Buffalo, NY

#53574 Jan 26, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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You got the wrong priest. It was a poorly kept secret in Dunkirk that Fr. Hrycyna's predecessor, Father John Klimek, had a child. Fr. Hrycyna's assistant pastor, Rev. Carl Drews, was known to have a roving eye for the ladies. The exploits of Fr. Hrycyna's successor, Fast Eddie Synowiak, are still talked about. Eddie's housekeeper, imported from Poland, played many roles in his life. Fast Eddie's successor, Fr. Thomas Crane, almost destroyed the parish he became so unpopular. Next in line, Fr. Joe Janaczek, was a flaming fruit. There are no words to adequately describe the loser who replaced him, none other than the Rev. Dr. Czeslaw M. Krysa, SLD. Having been exposed to them all, I can unequivocally say that Fr. Hrycyna was the only one of them who was a REAL priest, and shame on you for spreading such lies. I hope Fr. Hrycyna comes to you in your dreams tonight.
No, I know it was Hrycyna, he was at the Lakeshore Nursing Home. He died in the early 1990's and was in his 90's when he died. He was Pastor of St. Hyacinth's in Lackawanna until around 1958 or 1959. He went to Dunkirk when he got moved out of Lackawanna. The mother of his son was the housekeeper and her name was Josephine. I was from St. Hyacinth's in Lackawanna and my parents mentioned the story many times and knew a lot of detail. My mother taught at St. Hyacinth's School for many years. I know what I am writing is factual.
anon

Buffalo, NY

#53576 Jan 26, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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A crime is reported every minute of the day. Nationally there are 1.3 crimes reported per minute. A lot of sex crimes go unreported because the victims do not want others to know because they are embarrassed.
So you think that all these pregnant teenage girls are embarrassed?
What planet do you live on? If the boys are not identified and they have no responsibility , are they embarrassed. Are they embarrassed to go and apply for welfare? Are they embarrassed to go and have an abortion? Get Real~!
Are you going to say that they are victims? Or do they simply like what they are doing?
Dunkirk Connection

Dunkirk, NY

#53577 Jan 26, 2013
Joseph Burke wrote:
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No, I know it was Hrycyna, he was at the Lakeshore Nursing Home. He died in the early 1990's and was in his 90's when he died. He was Pastor of St. Hyacinth's in Lackawanna until around 1958 or 1959. He went to Dunkirk when he got moved out of Lackawanna. The mother of his son was the housekeeper and her name was Josephine. I was from St. Hyacinth's in Lackawanna and my parents mentioned the story many times and knew a lot of detail. My mother taught at St. Hyacinth's School for many years. I know what I am writing is factual.
And I'm sure what you're writing is as factual as your name being the same as a dead bishop of Buffalo.
Anonymous

Buffalo, NY

#53578 Jan 27, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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And I'm sure what you're writing is as factual as your name being the same as a dead bishop of Buffalo.
Don't mind Dunkirk, she is a dupa and that is why many call her: DUNKIRK DUPA.

Dunkirk Dupa likes to keep a closed mind and she loves making a fool out of herself.

In the same way she is now living in denial of this priest, she once attacked and insulted people who made comments about Chalupka.

Those who wrote about Chalupka were called all sorts of nasty names because she "knew" what was being written wasn't true. LOL!!!!!! She is still scraping the egg off herself on that one.

I don't know the priest that Joseph Burke (and I get the pun)mentions. I don't know if it is true or not true just like most of what we read.

The difference between me and Dunkirk is that I know that I don't know one way or the other. Dunkirk (who likes to pretend she is a professional reporter)is biased. If she likes someone they can do no wrong and if she doesn't like them they are more evil than Satan. There is no objectiveness on her part nor an in between on her part. As far as her trying to keep an open mind.........forget it.

Dunkirk, stop pretending you have intimate knowledge of priests you like. You don't know them personally but only know them with a view from the pew. You don't know the first thing about the personal life of this priest anymore than you knew about Chalupka. You didn't know the priest personally but as a parishioner or visitor to their parish or organizations which they might have been involved. Someone may know someone at work but they wouldn't know the first thing about them personally or at home.....same difference.
Pink Flamingo

United States

#53579 Jan 27, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Don't mind Dunkirk, she is a dupa and that is why many call her: DUNKIRK DUPA.
Dunkirk Dupa likes to keep a closed mind and she loves making a fool out of herself.
In the same way she is now living in denial of this priest, she once attacked and insulted people who made comments about Chalupka.
Those who wrote about Chalupka were called all sorts of nasty names because she "knew" what was being written wasn't true. LOL!!!!!! She is still scraping the egg off herself on that one.
I don't know the priest that Joseph Burke (and I get the pun)mentions. I don't know if it is true or not true just like most of what we read.
The difference between me and Dunkirk is that I know that I don't know one way or the other. Dunkirk (who likes to pretend she is a professional reporter)is biased. If she likes someone they can do no wrong and if she doesn't like them they are more evil than Satan. There is no objectiveness on her part nor an in between on her part. As far as her trying to keep an open mind.........forget it.
Dunkirk, stop pretending you have intimate knowledge of priests you like. You don't know them personally but only know them with a view from the pew. You don't know the first thing about the personal life of this priest anymore than you knew about Chalupka. You didn't know the priest personally but as a parishioner or visitor to their parish or organizations which they might have been involved. Someone may know someone at work but they wouldn't know the first thing about them personally or at home.....same difference.
And to think the Ampol rearded her as a top notch columnist! Why doesn't she put in an article about Miss Preggie, Chalupka, and her insane hatred of Krysa and Pablocki. Better yet she should write about Puchalski's brother being fired from his principal job for messing around with two female teachers and stealing students' activity money. So much for the Ampol being a bellwether of moral rectitude.
Joachim

Syracuse, NY

#53580 Jan 27, 2013
Anonymous wrote:
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Don't mind Dunkirk, she is a dupa and that is why many call her: DUNKIRK DUPA.
Dunkirk Dupa likes to keep a closed mind and she loves making a fool out of herself.
In the same way she is now living in denial of this priest, she once attacked and insulted people who made comments about Chalupka.
Those who wrote about Chalupka were called all sorts of nasty names because she "knew" what was being written wasn't true. LOL!!!!!! She is still scraping the egg off herself on that one.
I don't know the priest that Joseph Burke (and I get the pun)mentions. I don't know if it is true or not true just like most of what we read.
The difference between me and Dunkirk is that I know that I don't know one way or the other. Dunkirk (who likes to pretend she is a professional reporter)is biased. If she likes someone they can do no wrong and if she doesn't like them they are more evil than Satan.
While Ms. Dupa can often attract fiery and passionate feedback from her writing (the hallmark of a good reporter, by the way) her leadership during the successful efforts to save two Dunkirk churches should never be forgotten or minimalized. That was no small feat and she should be commended.

At the same time, I think the services of both Fr. Poblocki and Fr. Krysa were beneficial to the Dunkirk faithful. Fr. Poblocki continued an excellent bible study program which evolved into dynamic Q&A sessions about the Catholic faith. Fr. Krysa brought back some ethnic traditions that were treasured by generations past, but had fallen to the wayside after Vatican II. Unfortunately, we're dealing with a community whose social psychology heavily involves the chewing up and spitting out of anyone/anything new and refreshing. The good news is that young families are now becoming more actively involved and drumming out the dead wood.
Drzewo

United States

#53581 Jan 27, 2013
Joachim wrote:
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While Ms. Dupa can often attract fiery and passionate feedback from her writing (the hallmark of a good reporter, by the way) her leadership during the successful efforts to save two Dunkirk churches should never be forgotten or minimalized. That was no small feat and she should be commended.
At the same time, I think the services of both Fr. Poblocki and Fr. Krysa were beneficial to the Dunkirk faithful. Fr. Poblocki continued an excellent bible study program which evolved into dynamic Q&A sessions about the Catholic faith. Fr. Krysa brought back some ethnic traditions that were treasured by generations past, but had fallen to the wayside after Vatican II. Unfortunately, we're dealing with a community whose social psychology heavily involves the chewing up and spitting out of anyone/anything new and refreshing. The good news is that young families are now becoming more actively involved and drumming out the dead wood.
Hopefully, Dunkirk Dupa's type of wood is not the type of the young families coming around. Enough is enough.
anon

Buffalo, NY

#53582 Jan 27, 2013
Joachim wrote:
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While Ms. Dupa can often attract fiery and passionate feedback from her writing (the hallmark of a good reporter, by the way) her leadership during the successful efforts to save two Dunkirk churches should never be forgotten or minimalized. That was no small feat and she should be commended.
At the same time, I think the services of both Fr. Poblocki and Fr. Krysa were beneficial to the Dunkirk faithful. Fr. Poblocki continued an excellent bible study program which evolved into dynamic Q&A sessions about the Catholic faith. Fr. Krysa brought back some ethnic traditions that were treasured by generations past, but had fallen to the wayside after Vatican II. Unfortunately, we're dealing with a community whose social psychology heavily involves the chewing up and spitting out of anyone/anything new and refreshing. The good news is that young families are now becoming more actively involved and drumming out the dead wood.
Attracting fiery and passionate feedback are things hate groups often receive too. It would hardly be considered something good or beneficial.

As far as saving parishes, she was one of many people. She wouldn't be the lone crusader. And that too was probaly not that beneficial.
I ll Go One Better

Buffalo, NY

#53583 Jan 27, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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You got the wrong priest. It was a poorly kept secret in Dunkirk that Fr. Hrycyna's predecessor, Father John Klimek, had a child. Fr. Hrycyna's assistant pastor, Rev. Carl Drews, was known to have a roving eye for the ladies. The exploits of Fr. Hrycyna's successor, Fast Eddie Synowiak, are still talked about. Eddie's housekeeper, imported from Poland, played many roles in his life. Fast Eddie's successor, Fr. Thomas Crane, almost destroyed the parish he became so unpopular. Next in line, Fr. Joe Janaczek, was a flaming fruit. There are no words to adequately describe the loser who replaced him, none other than the Rev. Dr. Czeslaw M. Krysa, SLD. Having been exposed to them all, I can unequivocally say that Fr. Hrycyna was the only one of them who was a REAL priest, and shame on you for spreading such lies. I hope Fr. Hrycyna comes to you in your dreams tonight.
When people would tell her about Krysa..........she would attack the person and defend Krysa. When Krysa crossed her.....she then wanted everyone to jump on her bandwagon..........there were no takers. Your opinion or knowledge of a priest is wrong until Dunkirk Dupa gives it her imprimatur. And for the record.....she seems to approve of Cemetery John.
Anon

Buffalo, NY

#53584 Jan 27, 2013
I ll Go One Better wrote:
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When people would tell her about Krysa..........she would attack the person and defend Krysa. When Krysa crossed her.....she then wanted everyone to jump on her bandwagon..........there were no takers. Your opinion or knowledge of a priest is wrong until Dunkirk Dupa gives it her imprimatur. And for the record.....she seems to approve of Cemetery John.
She hated Poblocki but still followed him to every parish he has been to since Dunkirk. Talk about nuts….
Dunkirk Connection

Dunkirk, NY

#53585 Jan 27, 2013
anon wrote:
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Attracting fiery and passionate feedback are things hate groups often receive too. It would hardly be considered something good or beneficial.
As far as saving parishes, she was one of many people. She wouldn't be the lone crusader. And that too was probaly not that beneficial.
Well you certainly got it wrong about my being "one of MANY people." There were exactly seven diehard crusaders fighting to keep the two Polish churches open. Out of those seven, Bill Parks and I did 90 percent of the work. And please don't think we got any accolades for it. Most of the parishioners were too simple-minded to even realize what was going on and some even blamed us for the merger that resulted in Blessed Mary Angela Parish. They weren't satisified that their churches stayed open because they were clueless regarding how close BOTH of them came to closing. Some of the trustees were actually cooperating with Kevin Keenan who then stabbed them in the back when St. Hedwig was on the chopping block. Janaczek had some off the wall scheme going behind everybody's back whereby he was going to deliver St. Hedwig's over to the diocese for extinction and then his Benedictine monk (ahem) buddies were going to buy it. Believe me when I say there was a 3-ring circus going on in the Dunkirk Polonia for the better part of seven months. I hope to God Bill and I won't have to do it again, but we're ready if it comes to that.
Dunkirk Connection

Dunkirk, NY

#53586 Jan 27, 2013
Joachim wrote:
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While Ms. Dupa can often attract fiery and passionate feedback from her writing (the hallmark of a good reporter, by the way) her leadership during the successful efforts to save two Dunkirk churches should never be forgotten or minimalized. That was no small feat and she should be commended.
At the same time, I think the services of both Fr. Poblocki and Fr. Krysa were beneficial to the Dunkirk faithful. Fr. Poblocki continued an excellent bible study program which evolved into dynamic Q&A sessions about the Catholic faith. Fr. Krysa brought back some ethnic traditions that were treasured by generations past, but had fallen to the wayside after Vatican II. Unfortunately, we're dealing with a community whose social psychology heavily involves the chewing up and spitting out of anyone/anything new and refreshing. The good news is that young families are now becoming more actively involved and drumming out the dead wood.
Yes, Fr. Poblocki has some redeeming qualities. He was quite oompassionate to the parishioners when it came to the sick and dying. I heard his Bible study here was fantastic, although I never attended it. It's a shame there is so much bad blood between us that I don't believe will ever go away. His unpopularity with his flock stems from him being a control freak with a vicious temper who will lie his way out of everything if he has to. That doesn't make him ALL bad. Unfortunately, judging from what I have seen and heard at his other parishes since he left Dunkirk, he has never addressed those demons. If he did, he could probably be a fantastic priest. Just my OPINION, mind you.
anon

Buffalo, NY

#53587 Jan 27, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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Well you certainly got it wrong about my being "one of MANY people." There were exactly seven diehard crusaders fighting to keep the two Polish churches open. Out of those seven, Bill Parks and I did 90 percent of the work. And please don't think we got any accolades for it. Most of the parishioners were too simple-minded to even realize what was going on and some even blamed us for the merger that resulted in Blessed Mary Angela Parish. They weren't satisified that their churches stayed open because they were clueless regarding how close BOTH of them came to closing. Some of the trustees were actually cooperating with Kevin Keenan who then stabbed them in the back when St. Hedwig was on the chopping block. Janaczek had some off the wall scheme going behind everybody's back whereby he was going to deliver St. Hedwig's over to the diocese for extinction and then his Benedictine monk (ahem) buddies were going to buy it. Believe me when I say there was a 3-ring circus going on in the Dunkirk Polonia for the better part of seven months. I hope to God Bill and I won't have to do it again, but we're ready if it comes to that.
You're right, parishioners did not appreciate what you did and most of all they didn't like how you went about doing it. It wasn't about to close and only was going to merge.
School Girl Crush

Buffalo, NY

#53588 Jan 27, 2013
Dunkirk Connection wrote:
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Yes, Fr. Poblocki has some redeeming qualities. He was quite oompassionate to the parishioners when it came to the sick and dying.
Especially --- his good looks!

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