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Photos from Past Events

Project Andrew Dinner 

Priests, deacons, seminarians, and young men from throughout the Diocese of Scranton joined Bishop Joseph C. Bambera for the annual Project Andrew Dinner during Christmas break. The evening consisted of Evening Prayer, a meal, and presentations on how the attendees could get involved with the Diocesan Vocation Office in the upcoming year.

XLT (Exalt!)

Monday, July 16 at Divine Mercy Parish, Scranton

An outdoor social followed by Eucharistic Adoration, praise & worship music led by Francis Zelinka from the Full Armor Band, a gospel reflection by newly ordained Father Ryan Glenn, and the opportunity to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation were all part of the evening.

Quo Vadis Days 2018

Sunday, June 24 – Wednesday, June 27

Quo Vadis Days is a summer camp held at Misericordia University for high school young men and includes dynamic talks, a visit from Bishop Bambera, sports and activities, prayer, small group discussion, interaction with priests and seminarians, and a lot of fun!

Bringing together young men who are serious about their Catholic Faith empowers them to live as intentional disciples and supports their ongoing vocational discernment.

Priesthood Ordination 

Edward Joseph Casey and Ryan Patrick Glenn were ordained to the Priesthood by Bishop Joseph C. Bambera in the Cathedral of Saint Peter, Scranton on Saturday, June 9. 

World Day of Prayer for Vocations 

Diocesan Celebration held at Saint Joseph the Worker Parish, Williamsport with Bishop Joseph C. Bambera as principal celebrant and homilist. 

Sunday, April 22, 2018

#Leaveamark17

A gathering of the young church with Bishop Bambera to kickoff National Vocation Awareness Week in the Diocese of Scranton 

Sunday, November 5, 2017

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