One might ask why members of a religious community choose to work in parish ministry when that particular ministry is normally the work of diocesan clergy. There are many reasons for this. Our Charism, our Mission and the legacy of our founders calls us to excellence in any ministry in which we are involved. It is important to us that our parishes are models of what Church should be. Members are carefully selected and trained for their work in Resurrectionist parishes. We are very proud of the parishes that we serve. We feel that we make a contribution and a "difference" in the local church.
We continue to serve parishes in the Diocese of Hamilton Ontario, Louisville Kentucky and the Diocese of Bermuda. In fact, traditionally in the Diocese of Bermuda most of the clergy serving there, including the Bishop, are Resurrectionists.
Visit one of our Parishes:
(click on Parish Name for their website)
Sacred Heart Parish
St. Agatha Parish
St. Anthony of Padua Parish
St. Anthony's Parish
St. Francis of Assisi Parish
St. Joseph's Parish
St. Joseph's Parish
St. Louis Parish
St. Mary's Parish
St. Michael's Parish
St. Patrick's Parish
St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish
St. Theresa's Cathedral
Stella Maris Parish
Fr. George Nowak CR with university students at a retreat in Deemerton Ontario
Fr. Toby Collins providing support for a Health-care class
Youth Ministry in Bermuda
Brother Ed Benson conducts a men's retreat in Bermuda
Father Paul Voisin baptizing an infant in Bermuda
Bishop Kurtz CR, Bishop of Bermuda preparing to celebrate Eucharist with the priests of the diocese and with Fr. Murray McDermott CR, who was visiting the island.
Lives That Shaped Us
Father Andy Ernewein
Father Andy died in 1976. For many years Fr Andy served in formation at the novitiate in the house of formation in London. Early on he contracted scoliosis and suffered greatly throughout his life. He continued to do everything he could to minister. In his later years he was affected by aphasia and could not communicate what he was thinking, but he was a model of suffering and Christian charity.
Father Toby Collins
was ordained in 2007. He loves to work with youth. He has worked as youth minister (pastor) and is now currently the vocation director for the OK province. He is also responsible for the ministry of "Creating a Vocation Culture".