Deacon Patrick M. Kiley

Effective immediately, Bishop Ronald W. Gainer, has transferred Deacon Patrick M. Kiley to Parish Ministry at Prince of Peace Parish under the supervision of Father David L. Danneker. Deacon Kiley previously served the people of Good Shepherd Parish in Camp Hill.

The Parishioners of Prince of Peace Parish extend a welcome to Deacon Kiley and his wife, Mary Ellen.

Bishop Gainer has accepted the request from Deacon Grella for his retirement from full-time ministry.  Deacon Grella will continue to minister to the people of Prince of Peace as necessary.  Thank you, Deacon Grella for your years of dedication to Prince of Peace Parish-Assumption of the BVM Church.

The formal introduction of Deacon Kiley and the retirement of Deacon Grella will be forthcoming by Fr. Dave.

 

 

 

September 27, 2020

Jesus’ simple story of the two sons takes the Gospel out of the realm of the “theoretical” and places the mercy of God into the midst of our busy, complicated everyday lives.  Compassion, forgiveness and mercy are only words until our actions give full expression to those values in our relationships with others; our identifying ourselves as Christians and calling ourselves disciples of Jesus mean nothing until our lives express that identify in the values we uphold and the beliefs we live.  Discipleship requires us to embrace the Gospel not as an unattainable ideal yet as an attitude and perspective for approaching our world as we struggle to live our imperfect lives, a compass that guides us on our journey to life’s fulfillment in God.

In Christ’s Peace, Fr. Dave