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Background Information

Employment History


Greater Rochester Council of Churches


Church of the Transfiguration

Director of the Genesee Valley Office

Social Ministries

Director of the Southern Tier Office

Social Ministries


Union Congregational Church UCC



Diocese of Rochester

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Democrat & Chronicle: Local News

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Father Michael Bausch, pastor of Church of the Transfiguration and chair of the Greater Rochester Council of Churches, will lead a prayer in remembrance of the Vietnam War.

The Church of the Transfiguration

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Fr. Mike Bausch


CatholicCourier.com - Features

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Father Michael J. Bausch, pastor of Pittsford's Church of the Transfiguration, grew up in St. Mary's Parish in Batavia, and studied at St. Bernard's Seminary in Rochester.He was ordained on April 27, 1979, by Bishop Joseph L. Hogan at St. Ann's Church in Hornell.

He served as priest intern at St. Patrick's in Seneca Falls from 1979-82; co-chaplain at Strong Memorial Hospital from 1982-83; and director of the Southern Tier Office of Social Ministry (now Catholic Charities of the Southern Tier) from 1983-85.In 1985, he was named director of the Genesee Valley Office of Social Ministry (now Catholic Family Center).He had been involved in social-work ministry prior to his ordination and wanted to continue that work as a priest, he said.
"I wanted to work more directly with the social Gospel, and there was fortunately an opening at that time," Father Bausch said.In 1988, Father Bausch was assigned to his first pastorate at St. Helen's in Gates.He remained there until 1994, when he became pastor of Henrietta's Church of the Good Shepherd.Father Bausch was assigned to his current pastorate in June 2002.
"I am extremely grateful for the many people who have passed through my life and blessed my life in my time in ministry," Father Bausch said.

Over 225 turn out for worship event, Massachusetts Conference Edition, United Church News

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Behold, I am doing a new thing ... Michael Bausch, pastor of the Union Congregational Church UCC in Waupun, Wisconsin, leads a multimedia worship service at a recent Massachusetts Conference event where more than 225 people experienced and learned about new ways to worship.

The service was led by Michael Bausch, pastor of the Union Congregational Church UCC in Waupun, Wisconsin, which has been offering a multimedia service for five years.Bausch is also the author of Silver Screen, Sacred Story: Using Multimedia in Worship.
Bausch spent time before and after the service explaining what he does and why.

CatholicCourier.com - Features

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Father Michael J. Bausch, pastor of Transfiguration, said he appreciated the fact that his parishioners have strongly supported the ministry and expressed gratitude to the Atwells as well.

"I am sure that Father (Atwell) is pleased that his retired chalice has come out of retirement and is being used for such a fine endeavor," Father Bausch said.

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