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Raised in West Seneca, his early education was through the West Seneca school system.
His parents raised him and his older sister and brother as faithful Catholics at St. It was there that young Michael became very involved first as an altar server then as a lector, extraordinary minister of the Eucharist, Youth Group member, Religious Education instructor and Youth Advisor. Bonaventure University for a year studying Business Administration and then moved to Medaille College to pursue a career in Sports Management. They were happy priests who enjoyed their service to the people and they were very pastoral.” Throughout high school and college, Michael went back and forth about a career in sports management and the vocation of priesthood.
” And every time he said that prayer, there was an event or an encounter which said, “This is your life vocation.” Ordained May 28, 2016, Fr. ” And the response comes back in one form or another, “Yes.” or “Make this modification.” He enjoys so much of the priesthood and believes that his sport management and business experience has been helpful with many things he’s been involved with as a priest. Mike enjoys hiking, working out, playing pick-up sports and generally being outside.
His first and current assignment is as parochial vicar at St. He loves to take in a ball game or a hockey game and has recently taken up hunting.
When I discerned about not being able to have a family but looking at so much that I would gain through the priesthood I said, ‘This is it!
’” In August of 2008 before starting his senior year of college he called Fr.
Several Theology on Tap groups meet throughout the year in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.
Theology on Tap: Dayton South is a lecture and discussion series for people in their 20’s and 30’s, single or married.
That simple action of the motion of my thumb on their forehead, there’s just something about it.The Theology on Tap Dayton spring speaker series begin next week, followed the second week in April by the debut of the Theology on Tap Cincinnati series.Both follow the national “Theology on Tap” model, presenting talks on Catholic faith and issues in the relaxed atmosphere of a pub or bar, aimed at young adults in their 20s and 30s. Theology on Tap is a lecture and discussion series for people in their 20’s and 30’s, single or married.We meet in a local bar or restaurant for food, drink and lively discussion about things that matter to you and the Catholic faith.