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Deacon Kenneth R Ghastin

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Member Biography / Profile


Type Of Business:
Roman Catholic Church

Marketing Area:
International

Expertise:
Offering and Performing Catholic Religious Services

Major Product/SVS:
Missionary Ministry

Hobbies/Sports:
Reading, Writing, Art Work

Education Degrees:
Coursework in the New Testament Scripture, Christology and Modern Catechetic, Georgian Court College; Associates Degree in Scripture, Minor in Church History, Aquinas College (1973); Coursework, St. Vincent College (1983-1985); Coursework in Basic Doctrine and Method, Diocese of Wichita; Coursework in Intermediate Bible and Liturgy, Religious Information Bureau, Knights of Columbus; Coursework in the Kingdom of Jesus

Affiliations Awards:
Author, 'Scriptural Meditations for the Day'; Author, 'Way of the Cross'; Author, 'Thoughts on the Spiritual Life Volumes One and Two'; Author, 'Helpful Hints for Daily Living'; Author, 'Just Another Walk with Jesus and Mary'; Veteran, United States Navy; Speaker, Nationally, Internationally; Honored, Director of Religious Training, Duquesne University; Ordained Deacon; Certificate of Recognition as a Student Advisor, Duquesne University (1992); Award of Merit, St. Ann's Parish, Marlborough, Massachusetts (1993); Director of Religious Training, Bordentown School for Retarded Children; Member, Order of Friars Minor; Hungarian Franciscans (1955)

Extended Bio Profile:
JOINED THE HUNGARIAN FRANCISCANS IN 1955 - TAUGHT IN HOLY CROSS HIGH SCHOOL (TRENTON DIOCESE) TRANSFERED TO IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PROVINCE (Italian) IN 1970. TERACHING HIGH SCHOOL FOR 25 YEARS. WORKED IN PARISHES.- ORDSINED A PERMENT DEACON IN 1977 BY BISHOP JAMES J. SULLIVAN, D.D.

RETIRED IN 2005 ST. PAUL FRIARY,CLEARWATER, FL BECAUSE OF POOR HEALTH First Brother of Holy Cross, Franciscans for 15 Years Experience with the Hungarian Franciscans; Former Educator, Holy Cross Diocese; Experience, Italian Franciscans


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