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Duane A. Wachowiak

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St. Matthew

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Photo Gallery of Recent Events - Diocese of Gaylord

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Pictured with Bishop Hebda (right) are jubilarians: (front row) Fr. Michael Janowski, 10 years; Fr. Gus Franczek, 65 years; (back row) Fr. Paul Megge, 15 years; Fr. Richard Kropf, 55 years; Fr. Richard Schaeffer, 30 years; Fr. Joe Muszkiewicz, 5 years; and Fr. Duane Wachowiak, 15 years.
Mass was presided by Bishop Patrick Cooney and concelebrated by Rev. Francis Murphy and Rev. Duane Wachowiak. Shown here is a picture taken by Duane and Althea Reames from St. Michael Parish, Roscommon, who travelled with their son, Tim to attend the Mass at Yankee Stadium. Father John McCracken, Rector of St. Mary Cathedral in Gaylord; Father Joseph Graff, Pastor of Holy Childhood of Jesus in Harbor Springs; Father Duane Wachowiak, Pastor of St. Matthew,


2013 May

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Fr. Duane Wachowiak accepts assignment in Saginaw
May 12, 2013 | Author Editor Fr. Wachowiak GAYLORD - With the permission of Bishop Bernard A. Hebda, Fr. Duane Wachowiak, director of the office of worship and liturgical formation, has accepted a three-year assignment in the Diocese of Saginaw. Effective Monday, July 1, Fr. Wachowiak will begin serving as parochial administrator of St. Mary Parish in Hemlock, Sacred Heart Parish in Merrill and St. Patrick Parish in Ryan. A native of Saginaw, Fr. Wachowiak, 55, attended elementary and high school there and continued his post-secondary education at Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University before enrolling in Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners, Wis. where he received his master of divinity. He was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Gaylord at St. Mary Cathedral in Gaylord by Bishop Patrick R. Cooney on June 13, 1998. While deeply respected for his ministry in the Diocese of Gaylord, Fr. Wachowiak has been feeling the need to return to his home diocese of Saginaw to be closer to his family. "The last couple of years have been difficult as my parents aged and struggled with health issues. I have felt a strong need to be closer to them," Fr. Wachowiak said. In granting the leave, Bishop Hebda said, "I know Fr. Wachowiak has been discerning this for some time. He has done tremendous work in our diocese and I am already looking forward to the day when Fr. Wachowiak will return. In the meantime, he and his family will continue to be in my prayers." In the Diocese of Gaylord, Fr. Wachowiak's first priestly assignment was as associate pastor at St. Mary-St. Charles Parish in Cheboygan. In June 2000, he was asked by Bishop Cooney to pursue graduate studies in liturgy at the University of Notre Dame. In August 2000, he was appointed administrator of Christ the King Parish in Acme while serving part time in the secretariat for worship and liturgical formation for the diocese. When he graduated with a masters degree in theology with concentration in liturgy in 2002, he was appointed director of the diocesan secretariat for worship and liturgical formation and sacramental minister for St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Mackinaw City. In 2005, he was appointed pastor of St. Matthew Parish in Boyne City and St. Augustine Parish in Boyne Falls while continuing to serve as the director of worship for the diocese. In 2008, he was appointed pastor of a third parish, St. John Nepomucene in Praga. In 2004, Fr. Wachowiak was named to the board of directors for Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners and as the diocesan representative and a member of the board of directors of the federation of diocesan liturgical commissions. He also currently serves as vicar of the central region vicariate.


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Fr. Duane Wachowiak accepts assignment in Saginaw
May 12, 2013 | Author Editor Fr. Wachowiak GAYLORD - With the permission of Bishop Bernard A. Hebda, Fr. Duane Wachowiak, director of the office of worship and liturgical formation, has accepted a three-year assignment in the Diocese of Saginaw. Effective Monday, July 1, Fr. Wachowiak will begin serving as parochial administrator of St. Mary Parish in Hemlock, Sacred Heart Parish in Merrill and St. Patrick Parish in Ryan. A native of Saginaw, Fr. Wachowiak, 55, attended elementary and high school there and continued his post-secondary education at Delta College and Saginaw Valley State University before enrolling in Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners, Wis. where he received his master of divinity. He was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Gaylord at St. Mary Cathedral in Gaylord by Bishop Patrick R. Cooney on June 13, 1998. While deeply respected for his ministry in the Diocese of Gaylord, Fr. Wachowiak has been feeling the need to return to his home diocese of Saginaw to be closer to his family. "The last couple of years have been difficult as my parents aged and struggled with health issues. I have felt a strong need to be closer to them," Fr. Wachowiak said. "After my mother passed away, I reached the decision that I really have to go home for a while. I'm really grateful to Bishop Hebda for his understanding and his pastoral heart. I'm also thankful for the opportunity given me by Bishop Cistone so that I will be able to continue to serve and minister to God's people in the Diocese of Saginaw." In granting the leave, Bishop Hebda said, "I know Fr. Wachowiak has been discerning this for some time. He has done tremendous work in our diocese and I am already looking forward to the day when Fr. Wachowiak will return. In the meantime, he and his family will continue to be in my prayers." In the Diocese of Gaylord, Fr. Wachowiak's first priestly assignment was as associate pastor at St. Mary-St. Charles Parish in Cheboygan. In June 2000, he was asked by Bishop Cooney to pursue graduate studies in liturgy at the University of Notre Dame. In August 2000, he was appointed administrator of Christ the King Parish in Acme while serving part time in the secretariat for worship and liturgical formation for the diocese. When he graduated with a masters degree in theology with concentration in liturgy in 2002, he was appointed director of the diocesan secretariat for worship and liturgical formation and sacramental minister for St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Mackinaw City. In 2005, he was appointed pastor of St. Matthew Parish in Boyne City and St. Augustine Parish in Boyne Falls while continuing to serve as the director of worship for the diocese. In 2008, he was appointed pastor of a third parish, St. John Nepomucene in Praga. In 2004, Fr. Wachowiak was named to the board of directors for Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners and as the diocesan representative and a member of the board of directors of the federation of diocesan liturgical commissions. He also currently serves as vicar of the central region vicariate.


Photo Gallery of Recent Events-102 - Diocese of Gaylord

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Mass was presided by Bishop Patrick Cooney and concelebrated by Rev. Francis Murphy and Rev. Duane Wachowiak.
Shown here is a picture taken by Duane and Althea Reames from St. Michael Parish, Roscommon, who travelled with their son, Tim to attend the Mass at Yankee Stadium. Father John McCracken, Rector of St. Mary Cathedral in Gaylord; Father Joseph Graff, Pastor of Holy Childhood of Jesus in Harbor Springs; Father Duane Wachowiak, Pastor of St. Matthew,


Our Volunteers

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St. Matthew's Pastor Fr. Duane Wachowiak along with Patty Furtaw, Pastoral Associate- Boyne Valley Catholic Community Recieves Catholic Services Appeal Grant, May 6, 2012


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