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Welcome to Fr. Peter Dugandzic's Blog. I am a Roman Catholic Priest of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, New York. Please note that while I try my best to always present Church Teaching, everything posted in this blog is the personal opinion of the author and not the official position of any parish with which I am affiliated or the Diocese of Rockville Centre.
Fr. Peter Dugandzic

Dazed and Confused

Now that some time has passed since the end of the Extraordinary Synod on the Family, I must admit that I am still somewhat perplexed by what happened, and how the Church’s public image panned out before, during, and after it. The topics discussed were, in my mind, all pretty much settled issues with regard to Church Teaching. That does not mean that people’s lives are settled or lived totally in line with that Teaching,...
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To March or Not to March?

Forget about the classic Shakespearean question, "To be or not to be?" The question of the day is, “To march or not to march?” Recently, there has been a great deal of discussion regarding the St. Patrick’s Day parade in New York City next year. At issue is the admission of a gay advocacy group that will march under its own banner walking behind Grand Marshal Cardinal Dolan. Upon hearing this announcement, there were plenty...
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At The Name of Jesus

Every Knee Shall Bow! Today the Catholic Church celebrates the Holy Name of Jesus. We must recall that there is no other name by which we are Saved. On this day, we recall the words of St. Paul in his letter to the Philippians when he said, "God greatly exalted Jesus and bestowed on Him the Name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus, every knee should bend, of those in...
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Shall We Play a Game?

Is It about a Winning Move? I came across a news report about two teachers from a Catholic Acadamy in Boston who were fired because they conceived a child out of wedlock. The official statement noted that all the teachers sign an agreement that they would adhere to the teachings and principles of the Catholic Church, which are among "many other criteria essential for employment." Generally speaking, the dismissal of employees for cause rarely makes...
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