As we say in the Orthodox Church Axios! He is worthy. May God continue to bless you and your family.
God bless you and your family, and I humbly ask your blessing…
Thank you , Father. It had to be hard, to pusue both Truth and Holy Orders as you have done. I’m glad to have you as Priest of the Lord! It seems to me that the priests we get by way of the Anglican and Lutheran churches appriciate both Catholicism and their Priesthood on levels deeper than many “cradle catholic” priests.you will get prayers tonight.
Father Dwight, What an amazing ceremony it was last night. I loved seeing the expression of pride and joy on your face as your children brought up your vestments.I was brought to tears more than once, everything was so beautiful. Frank and I are honored to call you both Father and Friend. We will see you at your first Mass tonight!With love, Robyn, Frank, Sylvia and baby Kucinicp.s. Thank you for blessing the baby, you are the first to do so and it meant a lot.
Father,God is so good. We look forward to your retreat at the Immaculate Conception Seminary of Seton Hall in February.Mary
I read about your ordination in the newspaper today. Congratulations, Father!!! May God continue to bless you and your family…
Congratulations! Ad multos annos!
Congratulations! How wonderful for you and for all of us.
Wow, that rocks! Did you grease your head so the bishop’s hands would slide off? JUST JOKING.I thought ordinations were always done in red? Or is that just an Anglican thing?Frank
Congratulations Fr. Dwight! And many many blessings in the years ahead to you and your family! What a joyous occasion for my home Diocese, and what an asset you are!
Belated blessings to you Father D.
At Al Kimmel’s recent ordination they wore violet for Advent. Red was used here for the confirmation service. We used white for celebration of the sacrament. Maybe red is often used at ordinations because they occur on the feast of SS Peter and Paul (who were martyrs)
Congratulations, my brother
Congratulations, Fr. D! (Please say a prayer for my father, a priest in the Charismatic Episcopal Church, that he will come home.)
Congratulations! A good priest can make miracles happen!
Keith, I prayed for your father today at Mass. God bless you!
Congratulations and may God continue to bless you, your family and your ministry.