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Fr. Jacek Mazur – Open Forum, Monday (1st & 3rd of month)

Fr. Jacek grew up in Wroclaw, Poland, and moved to the United States in 2000. He was ordained October 24, 2001, for the Diocese of Venice in Florida. Fr. Jacek currently serves in the Diocese of Buffalo as the pastor of Divine Mercy and St. Mary of the Cateract parishes in Niagara Falls, New York (Diocese of Buffalo).

Fr. Bob Zilliox – Open Forum, Monday (2nd & 4th of month)

Fr. Bob Zilliox is a canon lawyer in the Diocese of Buffalo. He currently serves as the pastor of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church and Shrine in Bowmansville, New York. Fr. Bob was ordained in 2008 by Bishop Edward U. Kmiec.

Fr. Rick Poblocki – Open Forum, Tuesday and Thursday
Fr. Rick is the pastor of St. Josaphat Catholic Church in Cheektowaga, New York (Diocese of Buffalo). He is a straight-shooter on the tough issues and zealous in his sharing of the lives of the saints. Fr. Rick was ordained in 1983 by Bishop Edward D. Head.

Fr. Peter Calabrese – Current Events, Wednesday

Fr. Peter is the provincial vocation director for the Barnabite Fathers. He resides at the Our Lady of Fatima Shrine in Lewiston, New York, near Niagara Falls (Diocese of Buffalo). Fr. Peter is originally from Philadelphia and is an avid Flyers fan.

Fr. David Baker – Open Forum, Friday

Fr. Dave was ordained in 2007 and is currently the pastor of St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church in Akron, New York, in the Diocese of Buffalo.

Guest Priest Hosts

Fr. Leon Biernat

Fr. Leon is currently the Pastor of St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church in Williamsville, New York, in the Diocese of Buffalo.

Fr. Bernard Confer, OP 

Fr. Bernard is currently the Chaplain to the Dominican Sisters at Our Lady of the Rosary Monastery in Buffalo, New York, in the Diocese of Buffalo.

Fr. Mike Mayer

Fr. Mike is currently a parochial vicar at Our Lady of Peace Parish in Geneva, New York, in the Diocese of Rochester. He leads a local team of the St. Paul Street Evangelization.  You can also listen to his talks and homilies at Intensely Catholic.

Fr. Terrence O’Connell, OMI

Fr. Terry is the director of the St. Joseph the Worker Shrine in Lowell, Massachusetts, in the Archdiocese of Boston. He leads the local chapter of Victorious Missionaries, whose mission is to provide spiritual support to people with disabilities and the chronically ill.

Weekly Moderators

Gina Weiss (Monday, Wednesday)

Gina is the Director of Radio Production at The Station of the Cross. Her work experience includes 10+ years in radio and television, both Catholic and secular. As a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Gina earned her bachelor’s degree in communication arts (Radio/TV) from Franciscan University of Steubenville and currently resides in Buffalo, New York, with her loving husband.

Steve Quebral (Tuesday, Thursday)

Steve is a graduate of the State University of New York College at Buffalo with a B.S. degree in Information Systems Management. He also studied music with a concentration on voice. After a 25-year career as an Information Technology professional, Steve decided to retire from IT in order to focus on Catholic ministries. He is a church music director and plays music for parish liturgies, directs the choir, and cantors for Masses. Steve is also trained as a voice-over artist, doing commercial and narration voice-overs primarily for Catholic radio. Steve is a devoted husband and a father of three children.

Mike Denz (Friday)

Mike Denz is a 1998 graduate from Franciscan University of Steubenville, with a Master’s Degree in Theology and Catechesis. He has been teaching the Catholic Faith throughout the Diocese of Buffalo for more than 17 years. In 2011, Mike and his wife Sue began taking pilgrims to holy sites in Italy, especially those in Rome, and formed Saint Gemma’s Catholic Pilgrimages in 2013.

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