Seminary of the Immaculate Conception
Sunday, Sept. 7 Celebrate Our "Newly Ordained"
Immaculate Conception Medal to be presented to
Msgr. Thomas J. Colgan
Vespers at 4 pm
followed by Cocktails & Buffet Dinner in Rose Garden
Tickets $75.00 - $125/couple
Additional Details to Follow
Sunday, Oct. 19 Book Talk in the seminary library
Msgr. Charles Fink
"Building the Kingdom of God in J.R.R.Tolkien"
Free admission. Refreshments will be served.
Sunday, Oct 26 Friends' Annual Communion Breakfast
Bishop Andrzej Zglejszewski
Mass at 11 AM followed by Brunch
Sunday, Nov. 2 Book Talk in the seminary library
Clara Sarrocco, Secretary of the NY C.S.Lewis Society
"C.S.Lewis, the Reluctant Convert"
Free admission. Refreshments will be served
Sunday, Nov. 16 St. Agnes Lecture
Lecture at 3 PM
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin
“The Church of Ireland and Her Future”
Details to Follow
“Supporting our seminarians, our future priests.”
Exciting Events Happening at the Seminary:
The Seminary of the Immaculate Conception is pleased to announce that Bishop Murphy has appointed Rev. Gregory Rannazzisi as the Vice Rector of the Seminary. Fr. Rannazzisi is a priest of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY. Born and raised on Long Island, Fr. Greg attended St. Anthony’s High School and then received his Bachelors in Philosophy and Theology from Fordham University. After seminary formation at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, Bishop William Murphy ordained Fr. Greg in June 2009. He holds a Licentiate in Dogmatic Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University. Fr. Greg first served at St. Brigid’s Parish in Westbury, a dynamic community that encompasses a variety of ethnic groups, languages and extensive outreach, youth and education ministries. He is also the Catholic Chaplain at Hofstra University, coordinating the sacramental life and programs for the faculty, staff and students involved in Catholic Campus Ministry. In 2010, Bishop Murphy appointed Fr. Greg to the diocesan ecumenical and interfaith commission as his liaison with Long Island’s Muslim and Eastern religion populations.