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St. Catherine of Siena Church

400 Codifer Boulevard

Metairie, Louisiana 70005

United States

Company Description

We are the parish school of St. Catherine of Siena. We are the students, parents (the teachers at home) and the teachers at school. We learn together as God's family. Like Jesus, Mary and Joseph, we live God's transforming life and share this with other ... more

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Employment History

Parochial Vicar

St. Catherine

Pastor

St. John's University

Adjunct Instructor

St. John's University

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USA: Buddhism Boom, Appamāda Dhamma News

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That sentiment is echoed by Father Walter Kedjierski of St. Catherine of Sienna Church in Franklin Square, N.Y. "The first thing the Christian must do is recognize that Buddhism is Buddhism, not Christianity," said Father Kedjierski, a student of Asian religion and culture who has written on evangelizing Buddhists.

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Added Father Kedjierski: "The goal for Buddhism is to escape the cycle of samsara, the constant reincarnations, and achieve the extinction of nirvana.
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"Catholics believe in particular, unchangeable, ineffable truths - such as the idea that Christ is the one savior of humanity and God is a Trinity of persons," Father Kedjierski says. "Buddhists shy away from such ideas because Buddhists believe that all permanence is an illusion and that one should not become attached to truths as if they are permanent. When one is taught to free oneself of the notion that any truths are unchangeable or permanent, Christianity is clearly threatened."
No surprise, then, that "the idea of sin is really not a part of the Buddhist vocabulary," as Father Kedjierski also notes.
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Anyway, said Father Kedjierski, "Most Buddhists certainly would not be comfortable attacking the contentions of other faith traditions in some sort of a debate.
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Father Kedjierski, who in 2005 published an article called "Evangelizing Buddhists through the Cross" for Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, occasionally engages Buddhists in faith discussions at St. John's University in Queens, N.Y., where he is an adjunct instructor. He tries to present Buddhists with "an alternative view to the issue of suffering, using the cross of Christ as an example that Jesus took on suffering and showed us that there is a way to overcome it, not just escape from it."


Rev. Walter F. Kedjierski ...

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Rev. Walter F. Kedjierski who is an Associate Pastor at St. Catherine of Sienna Roman Catholic Parish in Franklin Square, NY and teaches theology at St. John's University, NY, contributed a wonderful essay on Catholic Aesthetics to the Princeton Theological Review back in 2007 titled The Beautiful As A Gateway To The Transcendent.

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Posted in Aesthetics, Hans Urs Von Balthasar, Poetry| Tagged A Rebours, Augustine, Beauty, Gerard Manly Hopkins, God's Grandeur, Hans Urs Von Balthasar, Idolatry, J.K. Huysmans, Rev. Walter F. Kedjierski, The Beautiful As A Gateway To The Transcendent, The Bronze Serpent, The Glory of the Lord|Leave a Comment ยป


Tibetanlama.com :: News in detail

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That sentiment is echoed by Father Walter Kedjierski of St. Catherine of Sienna Church in Franklin Square, N.Y. "The first thing the Christian must do is recognize that Buddhism is Buddhism, not Christianity," said Father Kedjierski, a student of Asian religion and culture who has written on evangelizing Buddhists.

...
Added Father Kedjierski: "The goal for Buddhism is to escape the cycle of samsara, the constant reincarnations, and achieve the extinction of nirvana.
...
"Catholics believe in particular, unchangeable, ineffable truths - such as the idea that Christ is the one savior of humanity and God is a Trinity of persons," Father Kedjierski says. "Buddhists shy away from such ideas because Buddhists believe that all permanence is an illusion and that one should not become attached to truths as if they are permanent. When one is taught to free oneself of the notion that any truths are unchangeable or permanent, Christianity is clearly threatened."
No surprise, then, that "the idea of sin is really not a part of the Buddhist vocabulary," as Father Kedjierski also notes.
...
Anyway, said Father Kedjierski, "Most Buddhists certainly would not be comfortable attacking the contentions of other faith traditions in some sort of a debate.
...
Father Kedjierski, who in 2005 published an article called "Evangelizing Buddhists through the Cross" for Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, occasionally engages Buddhists in faith discussions at St. John's University in Queens, N.Y., where he is an adjunct instructor. He tries to present Buddhists with "an alternative view to the issue of suffering, using the cross of Christ as an example that Jesus took on suffering and showed us that there is a way to overcome it, not just escape from it."


Tibetanlama.com :: News in detail

tibetanlama.com [cached]

That sentiment is echoed by Father Walter Kedjierski of St. Catherine of Sienna Church in Franklin Square, N.Y. "The first thing the Christian must do is recognize that Buddhism is Buddhism, not Christianity," said Father Kedjierski, a student of Asian religion and culture who has written on evangelizing Buddhists.

...
Added Father Kedjierski: "The goal for Buddhism is to escape the cycle of samsara, the constant reincarnations, and achieve the extinction of nirvana.
...
"Catholics believe in particular, unchangeable, ineffable truths - such as the idea that Christ is the one savior of humanity and God is a Trinity of persons," Father Kedjierski says. "Buddhists shy away from such ideas because Buddhists believe that all permanence is an illusion and that one should not become attached to truths as if they are permanent. When one is taught to free oneself of the notion that any truths are unchangeable or permanent, Christianity is clearly threatened."
No surprise, then, that "the idea of sin is really not a part of the Buddhist vocabulary," as Father Kedjierski also notes.
...
Anyway, said Father Kedjierski, "Most Buddhists certainly would not be comfortable attacking the contentions of other faith traditions in some sort of a debate.
...
Father Kedjierski, who in 2005 published an article called "Evangelizing Buddhists through the Cross" for Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, occasionally engages Buddhists in faith discussions at St. John's University in Queens, N.Y., where he is an adjunct instructor. He tries to present Buddhists with "an alternative view to the issue of suffering, using the cross of Christ as an example that Jesus took on suffering and showed us that there is a way to overcome it, not just escape from it."


All Categories - St. Pauls Brookvile

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AN EMAIL RECEIVED FROM WALTER KEDJIERSKI: Today (August 8th) I received an email from Father Walter Kedjierski informing me of the happy news of his successful doctoral defense at Oxford University. He wishes to extend sincere gratitude to all the parishioners of St. Paul who, although they have met him merely a few weeks ago, nevertheless were praying for his success and a good outcome. Congratulations Father Kedjierski, D. Onon., Ph.D.

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Bob Keck, the owner of the company, and his son Terry have visited St. Paul's twice.
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FATHER WALTER KEDJIERSKI: As many of you know, the Marianist Fathers who have provided weekend assistance at St. Paul's for over 17 years are no longer able to come to assist at Sunday Masses. Because of ill health and their own needs, their last Sunday here was February 14, 2016. Since then I have been actively looking for a priest who may assist us. Naturally, priests who help in parishes on Sundays are usually in non-parish ministry. The parish priests must be in their own parishes on Sundays. We are fortunate that Father Walter Kedjierski, the Vice-Rector of the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, will assist us from time to time on Sundays. (It will not be weekly but will be several times a month). Father Kedjierski is the Vice Rector of the Seminary and the Director of the Office of Diaconal Formation. He has been a professor at St. John's University in Jamaica. In spite of his very impressive academic background Father Kedjierski has been a parish priest. He has served as parochial vicar (assistant pastor) at St. Catherine of Sienna (they spell it with two n's whereas the city in Italy is spelt Siena, with one n.) in Franklin Square and Our Lady of Victory in Floral Park. He was pastor of the Church of St. John the Evangelist in Center Moriches until June 29, 2016, at which time he was appointed Vice Rector of the Seminary. We welcome Father Kedjierski in the charity of Christ and I am grateful for his priestly assistance. I am sure we will all come to appreciate Father's presence among us. Father will not be with us for the month of August. He is going to England to defend and receive his doctorate from Oxford University.
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FATHER WALTER KEDJIERSKI: As many of you know, the Marianist Fathers who have provided weekend assistance at St. Paul's for over 17 years are no longer able to come to assist at Sunday Masses. Because of ill health and their own needs, their last Sunday here was February 14, 2016. Since then I have been actively looking for a priest who may assist us. Naturally, priests who help in parishes on Sundays are usually in non-parish ministry. The parish priests must be in their own parishes on Sundays. We are fortunate that Father Walter Kedjierski, the Vice-Rector of the Seminary of the Immaculate Conception, will assist us from time to time on Sundays. (It will not be weekly but will be several times a month). Father Kedjierski is the Vice Rector of the Seminary and the Director of the Office of Diaconal Formation. He has been a professor at St. John's University in Jamaica. In spite of his very impressive academic background Father Kedjierski has been a parish priest. He has served as parochial vicar (assistant pastor) at St. Catherine of Sienna (they spell it with two n's) in Franklin Square and Our Lady of Victory in Floral Park. He was pastor of St. John the Evangelist in Center Moriches until June 29, 2016, at which time he was appointed Vice Rector of the Seminary. We welcome Father Kedjierski in the charity of Christ and I am grateful for his priestly assistance.
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Bob Keck, the owner of the company, and his son Terry have visited St. Paul's twice.
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Bob Keck, the owner of the company, and his son Terry have visited St. Paul's twice.

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