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Joseph R. Kopacz

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Diocese of Scranton

HQ Phone:  (570) 207-2238

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Diocese of Scranton

300 Wyoming Avenue

Scranton, Pennsylvania,18503

United States

Company Description

The Diocese of Scranton Scholarship Foundation offers its sincere gratitude to those corporations that have made donations for a new program that provides tuition assistance to many students in diocesan Catholic schools. The corporations have contributed a tot... more

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Clergy

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St. Michael Parish

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Education

Dunmore Central Catholic High School


Ph.D.


Ph.D.

St. Anthony Catholic School


bachelor's degree

The University of Scranton


doctorate

human development

Marywood University


master

counseling and psychology

Marywood University


master's degree

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22 December 2013

arcc-catholic-rights.net [cached]

Pope Francis has named Father Joseph R. Kopacz, 63, a priest of the Diocese of Scranton and pastor of Holy Trinity Parish, Mt. Pocono, Pennsylvania, as bishop of Jackson, Mississippi, and accepted the resignation of Bishop Joseph Latino,76, from the pastoral governance of the Jackson diocese.


www.dioceseofscranton.org

Reverend Joseph R. Kopacz, Ph.D. will be ordained and installed as the eleventh bishop of the Diocese of Jackson, Mississippi on Thursday, February 6, 2014 at noon in the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter the Apostle in Jackson.
Pope Francis appointed Bishop-elect Kopacz on December 12, 2013. A priest of the Diocese of Scranton since 1977, he has served in many pastoral and administrative positions and currently is pastor of Most Holy Trinity Parish, Mount Pocono. A delegation of representatives from the community will be presented to Bishop Kopacz after he is installed.


www.dioceseofscranton.org

On December 12, 2013, His Holiness, Pope Francis appointed Father Joseph R. Kopacz, Ph.D., a priest of the Diocese of Scranton, to serve the Church as the 11th Bishop of Jackson, Mississippi.


Featured Archives - Page 2 of 12 - Mississippi Catholic

www.mississippicatholic.com [cached]

As Bishop Joseph Kopacz writes in his letter of introduction, "The most important work of the church is in passing the faith on to subsequent generations."
Moreover, we hope to inspire a love for learning, growing and loving our faith in a way that is life-long," wrote Bishop Kopacz. The revised book will be finished mid-summer and will be distributed in printed form to catechists. Bishop Joseph Kopacz granted his approval for Venable to pursue the project last year and met again with him and ETWN's Jack Williams on Tuesday, April 5, to talk about next steps.


www.mississippicatholic.com

Bishop Joseph Kopacz, Jeanne Howard, director of the Office of Faith Formation, Cathy Cook, superintendent of Catholic Schools and Msgr.
Bishop Joseph Kopacz (center) takes notes while Sister Pat Godri, lay ecclesial minister at Carthage St. Anne Parish, makes her five-minute presentation during the Hispanic ministry meeting March 26. More than 50 Hispanic leaders attended and 20 of them addressed the present reality and challenges in their communities. (Photo by Elsa Baughman) Bishop Joseph Kopacz (center) takes notes while Sister Pat Godri, lay ecclesial minister at Carthage St. Anne Parish, makes her five-minute presentation during the Hispanic ministry meeting March 26. Bishop Kopacz sat in the front row, listening and taking notes. He thanked the group for the hard work they are doing in their communities and their collaboration with one another. "This diocese is incredible," he said. "A lot of people are working in this ministry. We have an office dedicated to help you in your ministry and a newspaper to keep you informed." Bishop Kopacz told them he knows the needs are many and different in each community but something positive in this diocese he said is that "there are many priests who say 'yes' to learn Spanish and to serve in their communities. It's something very special in this diocese," he said. He announced that a religious order has agreed to send four priests to work in the Delta for five years, "they are going to be of great help with leadership formation in this area of the diocese," he pointed out. During his years of work in the Diocese of Scranton, Bishop Kopacz served in the Hispanic communities and learned about their culture and their needs. "Together we can build our lives and grow in communion in our faith," he told the Hispanic leaders. He encouraged all leaders to keep up their good work as Pope Francis has said, to be missionaries in the name of Christ with joy, hope and confidence.


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