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Gerald E. Murray

Pastor

Holy Family Hospital

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Holy Family Hospital

70 East St.

Methuen, Massachusetts,01844

United States

Company Description

Holy Family Hospital ( www.holyfamilyhospital.org) is a 383-bed acute-care hospital with two campuses, Holy Family Hospital in Methuen and Holy Family Hospital at Merrimack Valley in Haverhill. Both locations provide comprehensive inpatient, outpatient and 24/...more

Background Information

Affiliations

New York City Council

Board Member


Culture

Member of Project Advisory Board


Education

Dartmouth College


Regis High School


St. Joseph's Seminary


doctorate

Gregorian University


doctorate

canon law

Rome


Web References(84 Total References)


New York Council, Navy League of the U.S. - Board-of-Directors

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Father Gerald Murray, Chaplain
Father Gerald E. Murray was born in Brooklyn, New York in May 1959, and grew up in New Rochelle, NY. He attended Regis High School and Dartmouth College. He entered St. Joseph's Seminary, Dunwoodie in 1980, and was ordained a priest on December 1, 1984. He was assigned to various parishes in the Bronx and Manhattan before being sent to the Gregorian University in Rome in 1993 to study Canon Law. He was awarded a Doctorate in Canon Law in 1998, and then served briefly as a Judge on the Metropolitan Tribunal before being named Pastor of St. Vincent De Paul Church on West 23rd Street in 1998. In 2012 Fr. Murray was named Pastor of Holy Family Church on East 47th Street. Fr. Murray has appeared as a commentator on religious topics on various television and radio outlets, including EWTN, EWTN Spanish, Fox News, Fox Business News, MSNBC, NY1, Radio Maria, Relevant Radio, Fox News Radio and the Voice of America. He is fluent in French, Spanish and Italian, and has a working knowledge of Portuguese. Lt. Cmdr. Murray served in US Naval Reserve Chaplain Corps from 1994 to 2005.


Formative years with family - inestimable for life

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Fr. Gerald Murray | author
Fr. Gerald Murray Regarding family life, he brings his rich personal experience into analysis of today's challenges. In God or Nothing he states: "In Guinea, the family has remained the primordial cell of society, the place where we learn ... to serve them unostentatiously. FATHER GERALD MURRAY is the pastor of Holy Family Church, New York, NY. He was ordained on December 1, 1984. He was awarded a doctorate in canon law in 1998 by the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. He has appeared as a commentator on religious topics on various television and radio outlets, including EWTN, EWTN Spanish, Fox News, Fox Business News, MSNBC, NY1, Radio Maria, Relevant Radio, Fox News Radio and the Voice of America. He writes a monthly column for The Catholic Thing website. He served in U.S. Navy Reserve Chaplain Corps from 1994 to 2005. Fr. Gerald Murray


Father James Martin Proposes an Alternate Catechism | ncregister.com

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Father Gerald E. Murray
In his new book, Building a Bridge: How the Catholic Church and the LGBT Community Can Enter Into a Relationship of Respect, Compassion and Sensitivity (HarperCollins), Jesuit Father James Martin has written a critique of the Catholic Church's dealings with what he calls the "the LGBT community." Father Gerald Murray is the pastor of Holy Family Church in New York City. Thank you Father Murray for speaking the truth in love! Father Gerald Murray thanks,THANKS FOR BEING SO CHARITABLE AND GIVING CLEAR WITNESS TO THE TRUTH, WHICH CHRIST DIED FOR. Well written, Father Murray! Thank you for your clarity in defending "all-time" Church belief. The late Fr. John Hardon, SJ, would agree with Fr Murray. I pray tha non of my brothers and sisters in Courage are taken in by Martin's Satanic drivel. Thank you, Fr. Murray, for this excellent article. Posted by Julie on Tuesday, Jul, 11, 2017 12:59 PM (EDT): God bless you Fr. Murray! Again, God bless you Fr. Murray! It is striking that in all this discussion I don't see this fact being brought up, even by Father Murray. Thank you Father Murray for a clear analysis of Father Martin's book. Thank you Fr Murray. A rational, sensible essay by Father Murray, full of goodness and truth. As a person with a sexuality orientated exclusively toward members of my own sex (males) I welcome, rather than dismiss Father Murray's piece, though I must agree with the post by Tom [Monday, Jul, 10, 2017 10:59 PM (EDT)] when he expresses some concern with the assertion that "Everyone is heterosexual by nature. Well done, Fr Murray. Thank you, Fr. Murray for your fidelity, courage,


Father Martin's 'LGBT' Approach Sparks Concerns | ncregister.com

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But Father Gerald Murray, pastor of Holy Family Catholic Church in New York City, said the phrase "differently ordered" would constitute a change in Church teaching.
Father Murray said he fears that even though the book does not explicitly advocate doctrinal change, it will have the effect of leading people to think Christian charity requires that the Church accept the "gay" lifestyle. Building a Bridge also suggests that the Church has not reached out to "LGBT" Catholics in a meaningful way. Yet, Father Murray said, Father Martin never refers in his book to Courage, which helps Catholics who experience same-sex attraction to live chaste and holy lives. "More needs to be done to promote Courage and other outreach programs to help people experiencing the homosexual inclination to reject the so-called 'gay' lifestyle and embrace purity and true and chaste friendships," Father Murray said.


Past

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Fr. Gerald Murray, Pastor of Holy Family Church and Contributor for FoxNews and EWTN


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