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PRIESTS IN RESIDENCE
WEEK 9



Father Anthony Randazzo       

   Happy Pastor of Holy Trinity Church, Westfield, N.J 


Seminar Topic: "Eucharist Now and then"

The Table of the Lord has origins in a Jewish/Hellenistic world.  Christians today are called to be 'unity-builders' empowered by table actions and Jesus ethics.

Thursday, August 24th, Methodist House Chapel
12:45-1:45 PM


    Father Randazzo is overjoyed to be the uncle of two nephews and two nieces.  He received theological degrees at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium and the Gregorian University, Rome.  

     After ordination in 1986 he began priestly ministry at Our Lady of Mercy, Jersey City. He came to Notre Dame in 1996 as the associate-pastor and became pastor in 2009. 
     In 2006 he co-authored a text based on his passion for yoga and Christ entitled, "Beatitudes, Christ, and the Practice of Yoga."  Besides a consistent yoga practice, he enjoys walking, cross-country skiing, domestic and international travel, and time with family and friends. 

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Father Sam  Monaco
Parochial Vicar of St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Montclair, NJ

  Seminar Topic: "The Art of Virtuous Service"
Friday, August 25 at The Methodist House Chapel
12:45-1:45 PM

     Fr. Sam was ordained to the Priesthood after completing his studies in 1988 for the Archdiocese of Newark. He was admitted into the Diocese of Paterson in 2014 and served as a Chaplain to Morristown Medical Center. He was recently assigned to Mother Theresa Parish in Montclair. He holds a Master of Arts Degree in Religious Studies from Felician College and a Certificate in Franciscan Spirituality from St. Francis University.

     Sam recently published a book entitled the "The Art of the Virtuous Serve: the spirituality of tennis based on great players through the years" 

     Fr. Sam Monaco grew up in Maywood, NJ and attended Seton Hall University and the College Seminary for the Archdiocese of Newark. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in religious studies and attended Immaculate Conception Seminary at Seton Hall. He completed his studies for the priesthood and was ordained on December 10, 1988.

     He first served as a Deacon at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Mountainside and then as a priest in the following parishes: Holy Rosary – Jersey City, Queen of Peace – North Arlington and St. Gabriel’s – Saddle River.

     He took a leave of absence from the priesthood to care for his ailing parents and during that time served as a Pastoral Associate at St. Rose of Lima – East Hanover and then as Director of Religious Education at St. Anthony’s in Hawthorne (both parishes are in the Paterson Diocese).

     He returned to active priesthood in 2014 for the Diocese of Paterson and was assigned by Bishop Arthur Serratelli to serve at Morristown Medical Center as a Chaplain, until being recently assigned by Cardinal Joseph Tobin as Parochial Vicar for St. Teresa of Calcutta Parish, upon his reinstatement to the Archdiocese of Newark.

     





         

 




    

 

 






                                                       











 






















    







     





         

  











 




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