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Rev. Edward Scharfenberger B.

Tenth Bishop

Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany

HQ Phone: (518) 453-6600

Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany

40 North Main Avenue

Albany, New York 12203

United States

Company Description

We are actively involved in the preliminary stages of selecting a building plan. We have hired the architectural firm of Mesick & Cohen to design and oversee all aspects of our new house of worship. They will work with our Building Committee and the Dioce ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Priest
Diocese of Albany

Bishop
The Huletts Current

Affiliations

Member of the Diocesan Review Board for Sexual Abuse
Minors

Moderator
Ridgewood

Education



Bishop Loughlin/St



Cathedral Prep



Cathedral Preparatory Seminary High School



Cathedral Preparatory Seminary High School , Elmhurst



Fordham Law School



Seminary of the Immaculate Conception



St. Matthias


theology
North American College

JD degree

Fordham University

advanced graduate degree summa cum laude
Canon Law

bachelor's degree
Sacred Theology
Pontifical Gregorian University

bachelor's degree
sacred theology
North American College

graduate degree , summa cum laude
moral theology
Academy of St. Alphonsus

judicial canon law degree

Catholic University of America

juris doctor

Fordham University School of Law

law degree

Fordham University

Web References (199 Total References)


Bishop Scharfenberger led ...

www.saratogian.com [cached]

Bishop Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at Albanys Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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Bishop Edward Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany. Bishop Edward Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.
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ALBANY >> Chocolate bunnies and Easter hams were set aside Sunday morning by the hundreds of area Catholics who gathered to celebrate the anniversary of their Lords resurrection with local Bishop Edward Scharfenberger.
In his third Easter as the 10th bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, Scharfenberger led a special Sunday service this week in honor of the religious holiday.
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After hearing the Gospel tale of Jesus Christ rising from the dead, Scharfenberger said in his homily,Not only is this about his death and resurrection, but our death and resurrection.
What happened on that first Easter Sunday 2,000 years ago affects us now, Scharfenberger told the parish.
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For those who struggle to believe in the miracle of a man rising from the dead, Scharfenberger pointed out how the story would likely be told differently had it been fabricated.
Its not irrational to believe it did or didnt happen, Scharfenberger said, asking those in both parties to focus less on the storys details and more on its meaning.
Jesus had to die. He had to take the burden on himself. He had to lift us up, Scharfenberger said.
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We have to try Jesus to know Jesus, Scharfenberger said, relating skeptics to Peter in the Bible story. His life was changed because he saw and he believed.
They key to believing, Scharfenberger advised, is trusting that God is good, that he wants to save you.
Scharfenberger encouraged those present to make time to be alone in prayer. Get away from all the noise, he said. Try it and see what happens. God is waiting for us.
Though the Easter tale is a tremendous mystery, as the bishop called it, It has a power in your life and my life here and now.
Scharfenberger closed his homily with a question: Why resist the truth?


Bishop Scharfenberger led ...

www.troyrecord.com [cached]

Bishop Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at Albanys Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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Bishop Edward Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany. Bishop Edward Scharfenberger led Easter Mass Sunday at The Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.
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ALBANY >> Chocolate bunnies and Easter hams were set aside Sunday morning by the hundreds of area Catholics who gathered to celebrate the anniversary of their Lords resurrection with local Bishop Edward Scharfenberger.
In his third Easter as the 10th bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, Scharfenberger led a special Sunday service this week in honor of the religious holiday.
...
After hearing the Gospel tale of Jesus Christ rising from the dead, Scharfenberger said in his homily,Not only is this about his death and resurrection, but our death and resurrection.
What happened on that first Easter Sunday 2,000 years ago affects us now, Scharfenberger told the parish.
...
For those who struggle to believe in the miracle of a man rising from the dead, Scharfenberger pointed out how the story would likely be told differently had it been fabricated.
Its not irrational to believe it did or didnt happen, Scharfenberger said, asking those in both parties to focus less on the storys details and more on its meaning.
Jesus had to die. He had to take the burden on himself. He had to lift us up, Scharfenberger said.
...
We have to try Jesus to know Jesus, Scharfenberger said, relating skeptics to Peter in the Bible story. His life was changed because he saw and he believed.
They key to believing, Scharfenberger advised, is trusting that God is good, that he wants to save you.
Scharfenberger encouraged those present to make time to be alone in prayer. Get away from all the noise, he said. Try it and see what happens. God is waiting for us.
Though the Easter tale is a tremendous mystery, as the bishop called it, It has a power in your life and my life here and now.
Scharfenberger closed his homily with a question: Why resist the truth?


Bishop Edward Scharfenberger ...

www.saratogian.com [cached]

Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany blesses churchgoers with ashes at an Ash Wednesday mass on Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.

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ALBANY >> Bishop Edward Scharfenberger spent his second Ash Wednesday as head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany this week with a special service in the Capital City.
Along with millions around the world, hundreds of area Catholics including Capitol workers, school children and local residents all lined up to receive their ashes at a noontime mass on Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.
Scharfenberger was ordained in April of 2014 as Albanys 10th bishop.
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As the bishop began his second full Lenten season in his new role, Scharfenberger, like many others, sported the sign of the cross drawn in ashes on his forehead.
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Unlike the sacraments of the Catholic faith, Scharfenberger said, There is nothing magical, nothing holy in the ashes.
The ashes are not meant to advertise that a person in faithful, the bishop explained. We do it publicly because were pleading that the mercy of God may come to us.
Scharfenberger went on to remind those present that Gods mercy is for everyone, even the worst sinners in the world. Gods after you. He wants to heal you. Do not be afraid, he told the crowd.


Bishop Edward Scharfenberger ...

www.troyrecord.com [cached]

Bishop Edward Scharfenberger of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany blesses churchgoers with ashes at an Ash Wednesday mass on Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.

...
ALBANY >> Bishop Edward Scharfenberger spent his second Ash Wednesday as head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany this week with a special service in the Capital City.
Along with millions around the world, hundreds of area Catholics including Capitol workers, school children and local residents all lined up to receive their ashes at a noontime mass on Wednesday at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Albany.
Scharfenberger was ordained in April of 2014 as Albanys 10th bishop.
...
As the bishop began his second full Lenten season in his new role, Scharfenberger, like many others, sported the sign of the cross drawn in ashes on his forehead.
...
Unlike the sacraments of the Catholic faith, Scharfenberger said, There is nothing magical, nothing holy in the ashes.
The ashes are not meant to advertise that a person in faithful, the bishop explained. We do it publicly because were pleading that the mercy of God may come to us.
Scharfenberger went on to remind those present that Gods mercy is for everyone, even the worst sinners in the world. Gods after you. He wants to heal you. Do not be afraid, he told the crowd.


Bishop Edward B. ...

www.higherpoweredlearning.org [cached]

Bishop Edward B. Scharfenberger will celebrate a Mass marking the start of National Catholic Schools Week in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany on Sunday, Jan. 31, at 2 p.m. at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Distinguished educators and ... Continue reading →

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