"Effective in action, gentle in ministry, constant in prayer – that’s the job description for the three of you for the rest of your lives,” said Bishop Schlert.
“We educate about who Jesus is and how he defines himself. He is the way, the truth and the light,” said Bishop Schlert, who was the principal celebrant for the Mass and presided at the special Marian devotion that paid tribute to the Blessed Mother as the “Queen of May.”
“Today is a day of accomplishment, but it is also a day of aspiration. It doesn’t end here. No one stops here today,” said Bishop Schlert while celebrating Baccalaureate Mass in the university’s Physical Education Center.
“We love human life in all of its forms and at all of its stages, and we seek its legal protection from conception until natural death,” said Father Stephan Isaac, assistant pastor of St. Ignatius of Loyola, Sinking Spring.
It’s our way to make an extra effort to raise vocation awareness in our homes and to increase our prayer effort for vocations,” said Carolyn Tenaglia, parish director of religious education.