Pastoral Staff

Reverend Milan Dimic, Pastor

Reverend Mr. Rudolph Trankovich, Deacon

Ms. Jeanne Bisson, Pastoral Assistant

Mr. Carroll Fencil, Finance Chairperson

Ms. Mary Rose Garych, Director of Music

Mrs. Cheryl Camillo, Bookkeeper

Mr. Robert Kavasansky, Lay Representive

Mrs. Karen Adams, Lay Representative

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Reverend Milan Dimic celebrating his first Sunday Mass on October 4, 2015 as Pastor of St. Emery’s Church.

Pastor Homily

Sunday Mass Homily

Pastor Milan Dimic

REVEREND MILAN DIMIC, PASTOR

 

 

Pastor, Deacon Rudy and Alterboy Tommy Bleggi

Father Dimic, Deacon Trankovich and Altar Boy Tommy Bleggi

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Rev. Fr. Louis M. Pintye, OFM

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE ORDER OF FRANCISCAN FRIARS
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PROVINCE
NEW YORK, NY

Friar Louis Michael Pintye, O.F.M
February 16, 1955 – August 20, 2017

Father Louis Michael Pintye O.F.M.

We commend to your prayers the soul of our brother Fr. Louis Michael Pintye, O.F.M. (62) who passed into eternal life in the early hours of Sunday, August 20th while a resident at the Camelot Arms Nursing Home, Youngstown, Ohio.  At the time of his passing he was affiliated with the community of Mount Alverna Friary – Shine of Our Lady, Comforter of the Afflicted, Youngstown, Ohio.

Please read the full Franciscan Friars announcement – Friar Louis Pintye.

Father Pintye was the last Franciscan Priest to preside as Pastor of St. Emery’s Parish.   Father Louis was Pastor of St. Emery’s for 13 years (1998 – 2011) and was responsible for the beautiful restoration of St. Emery’s Church in 2000.

In peace — may his soul rest in peace.

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Rev. Fr. Robert Nemeth, OFM

Father Nemeth was St. Emery’s longest serving Franciscan Pastor covering 21 years from 1977-1998. Father Robert was a very beloved Priest at St. Emery’s Parish as well as in the town service communities. Father Robert was responsible for obtaining the rare stained glass windows in 1981 and several other restoration Church projects prior to 2000.

Garden Park Stone (Kings Hwy E. and Jennings Road)

A stone monument was placed in this Fairfield town garden park near St. Emery’s Church commemorating Father Robert Nemeth.

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Plaque in front of the Church commemorating Cardinal Mindszenty’s visit to St. Emery’s in 1974. Cardinal Mindszenty is world renown for his steadfast support of Church freedom and opponent of communism under the brutal Stalinist persecution in Hungary. 

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Hungary Today

Esztergom Basilica

Cardinal Mindszenty died in 1975 shortly after his visit to St. Emery’s and is enshrined in the Esztergom Basilica in Hungary.  

The grand Esztergom Basilica is the largest Church in Hungary located on the Danube River and north of the capital of Budapest. The city of Esztergom, formerly the capital of Hungary, is the birthplace of Saint Stephen of Hungary.  

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Magnificent Altar inside Esztergom Basilica. Altar painting is by famous Italian artist Titian and is one of largest paintings in the World.

Plaque on Basilica Esztergom Commemorating the Cardinal

The Burial Site of Cardinal Mindszenty located in the lower Chambers of the Esztergom Basilica