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Elevate Your Faith - While we often hear calls for prayers to nurture vocations to the priesthood, let us also recognize the pivotal role of seminaries. These institutions are the very crucibles shaping the future of our beloved Church.
Connect the Dots - Dive deep into thought-provoking conversations led by a panel of dedicated individuals encompassing laity, clergy, and seminarians. Uncover the profound connection between the seminary's mission and the vitality of each parish.
The Heartbeat of Our Faith - As devout Catholics, we share a sacred bond through the transformative power of the sacraments. The Eucharist, our spiritual cornerstone, unites us all. Discover how the Eucharist forms the beating heart of both seminary life and the vibrancy of each parish.
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Fr. Roger J. Landry,
a priest of the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts, serves as Catholic Chaplain to Columbia University in New York City. He is also Ecclesiastical Assistant to Aid to the Church in Need USA, a Papal Missionary of Mercy, a National Eucharistic Preacher for the USCCB’s National Eucharistic Revival, and a Member of the Board of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Martyrs in Auriesville, New York.
A graduate of Harvard College (1992) and the Pontifical North American College in Rome (1999), he served as Attaché to the Holy See’s Permanent Observer Mission to the United Nations in New York (2015-2022), and has been a pastor, newspaper editor and high school chaplain in the Diocese of Fall River. He writes for many publications, appears regularly on television and radio, and is the author of Plan of Life: Habits to Help You Grow Closer to God (Pauline Books and Media 2018). His homilies, articles, retreats, conferences, educational videos and other offerings are available for free at catholicpreaching.com.
Liz is first and foremost, a daughter of God. She is married to her best friend, Tony, and enjoys his help with preparing couples for marriage. She has three adult children and loves being “Nana” to her grandkids. Liz started serving in ministry when her children were small as many moms do. Eventually, her pastor asked her to run the high school faith formation program. Equipped with a bachelor’s degree in business from Worcester State College, she knew she needed more theology. After certificates in catechesis and youth ministry, she moved on to get her Master of Theological Studies from Saint John’s Seminary. Before coming to the Archdiocese of Boston in 2016, Liz was the director of youth and young adult ministry for the Worcester Diocese. She has been blessed to serve on team for Cursillo, lead pilgrimages to Marian sites, and mission trips locally and abroad.
Seminarian | Archdiocese of Boston
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