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About Fr. Jason

Because everyone seems to have a blog these days, I have now joined the illustrious ranks.  I am a priest, a young priest, I like to write, talk about religion, sports, video games, movies, and anything a normal young adult would talk about.  Except, I’m thinking, the religion part.  Anyone who has heard a number of my sermons would know what I just said is true: art imitates life, and invariably something about the aforementioned topics will be mixed in to any one of my sermons.  So, keep the faith, in Christ, the economy, the 2004 Boston Red Sox, whatever is in need of that.  If you would like to immediately read a little more serious about me, is the place.

On the aside, my father is also a priest in the PNCC (again with the whole “priests can get married and have kids” thing).  You can see his church at  I have 3 brothers- the older one who toughened the rest of us up, the first one younger than me who was an All-American in javelin and has since moved on to grad school, and the youngest who is a freshman in college.  I have three cats, Frankie,  Batman & Calbert, one fiancee (St. Paul says only one) whom I will marry in June, and I have owned throughout my life every prevalent video game system created, except for any xbox.  Any questions or comments?  Please, feel free and I’ll be more than happy to answer them.  Also, keep on commenting on all my blogs.  I appreciate it and it motivates me to blog more.  Otherwise, I think I am only writing to my mom.

I have been a priest in the Polish National Catholic Church since January of 2007, so although I’m no rookie any more, I’m by no means a cagey vet.  I am the bishop’s assistant as well as a once-a (most of the time)-week religion teach at St. Stanislaus Elementary School.  I still play in a softball league, bowl in a bowling league, play basketball at least twice a week, chew multiple packs of gum a week, and eat pretty much whatever I want.  I suppose if I ate well, I’d be an Adonis, but being a priest and under 200 pounds is a miracle in itself.  Ha, we’ll see how long that lasts.  If you want to contact me but don’t wish to have it read by everyone, email me at


  1. My, my, FATHER Jason! I am sorry, but I still think of you (often) as little blonde Jason playing with wrestlers, jumping in the leaves & pool and eating popsicles from my little freezer. I am very proud of you Jason, and I am so sure your mom & dad are also! It is one of my biggest regrets, that we let time & distance seperate us all. We were like family for such a long time, but, even with families, sometimes we don’t try hard enough! Best of luck to you on your chosen path.
    “Mrs. Victoria”

    Comment by Karen Victoria — November 28, 2008 @ 11:33 am

  2. Dear Father Jason,

    Thank you for all your help. I will go to rectory around 3:00 Monday. And as you can see I was able to locate your blog.

    Nathan says hello.

    I wish you and the upcoming communion group sucess.

    Thanks Again,


    Comment by Tammy McLain — March 28, 2009 @ 8:56 am

  3. Thank you for becoming a PNCC priest and continuing your long family tradition
    of serving God and His Church.

    Comment by Thomas — June 9, 2009 @ 8:06 pm

  4. Fr. Jason, Just a hello to say we are praying for you. Hope all is well with you. It was so good to see you a couple weeks ago at the Mass and picnic at the cemetery. Your kindness and prayers were especially helpful to my family in April at my Mom’s burial mass. Just know you are in my daily prayers that His Will will be done and He has a plan for you. God Bless and Keep you.

    Comment by Mary B, Stratford — July 26, 2009 @ 12:59 pm

  5. Father,
    Is there a possibility to contact you at some personal e-mail address? I have a certain issue I would like to ask you about.

    Comment by Mario — August 27, 2009 @ 8:37 am

  6. Father,

    Could you send me your E-mail address. I cannot seem to find it. Thanks.

    Comment by Deacon Jim — August 20, 2010 @ 9:01 pm

  7. Hey Deacon Jim – its

    Comment by frj82 — August 22, 2010 @ 10:34 pm

  8. Fr. Jason, I appreciate that you are a “real person”, yet clergy, that the children can look up to and relate with – like a bridge. You are “Father” but you’re like a big brother, too. I think your positive spirit helps to keep everyone inspired.

    Keep writing,
    Josh, Jessi & Ryan’s Mom

    Comment by Tera — September 24, 2010 @ 7:45 pm

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