Presiders

Paul fagan

Father Paul Fagan, C.P.

Executive Producer

Fr. Paul Fagan, C.P. is the Executive Producer and Host of The Sunday Mass. You can visit him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter @preachermancp. He grew up in Port Vue, PA, a little town south of Pittsburgh. At the age of 14, his family moved Harrisburg, PA but just for a year and then it was on to the Philadelphia area where he finished his high school education. Once he finished high school it was time to start out on his own, so Fr. Paul made his way to St. Louis, where he attended St. Louis University. He received a BSSW, (Social Work), from St. Louis University in 1976 and immediately went to work for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services as a Child Care Worker.

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Michael greene

Father Michael Greene, C.P.

Presider

Father Michael Greene, C.P. was born in the Bronx, NY and attended Bishop Duibois High School. After working and some studies, he joined the U.S. Navy and served from 1970-74. During that time he came to know the Passionist Community. At the end of his enlistment he entered the Pre-Novitiate Program while attending Assumption College. In 1978 he finished his novitiate year and professed his first vows leaving our W. Hartford monastery for Jamaica, NY where he went to St. John's University earning a M. Div and MA in New Testament studies.

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James oshea

Father James O'Shea, C.P.

Presider

Fr. James O’Shea, C.P. is currently Provincial of the Passionists in the Eastern United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and other parts of the Caribbean. He has also served as the Second Consulter and is the Executive Director of RECONNECT in Brooklyn.

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Robert joerger

Father Robert Joerger, C. P.

Presider

Father Robert Joerger, C.P. is a Brooklyn native. He is currently on a sabbatical year. Ordained in 1977 he has served as Director of Saint Gabriel’s Youth Retreat House in Shelter Island, NY, as Councilor to the Passionist Superior General in Rome and as Provincial in the Eastern United States, Canada and parts of the Caribbean. We look forward to his return to The Sunday Mass.

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