The three newest priests of the Diocese of Allentown – Fathers Giuseppe Esposito, Zachary Wehr and John Maria are now four months on the job and discovering what it's like to living the priesthood.
“Making Sense Out of Bioethics” is a column by Fr. Tad Pacholczyk. He earned his doctorate in neuroscience from Yale and did post-doctoral work at Harvard. He is a priest of the diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts, and serves as director of education at the National Catholic Bioethics Center in Philadelphia.
“Do you know the interior path Mary had to take with God? What was going on her heart? We know her ‘fiat’ but we don’t realize that it wasn’t a one-time act. God is doing that with us, too,” said Dr. Edward Sri, theologian and author, to 560 women at the third Diocese of Allentown Women’s Conference.
“Our prayers, rituals and symbols all have roots in our great tradition and Scripture” said Dr. Edward Sri, presenting “A Biblical Walk Through the Mass: Understanding What We Say and Do in the Liturgy” at the Cathedral of St. Catharine of Siena, Allentown.
The center, made possible through the parish’s capital campaign “A New Day Begins,” is handicap-accessible and features a glass-enclosed atrium with accesses to an elevator.