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Luckily for him, he has a few retired priests in the parish who are more than happy to help out with weekend Masses when he’s gone.He attends national events of Civil War reenactments as chaplain for a large group called the United States Volunteers.Recalling his earliest thoughts of becoming a priest, Fr Chuck Slisz remembers at the age of five years old, “sitting in a little chair all by myself and saying, ‘God, could I be a priest when I grow up? He attended Infant of Prague Elementary School and then entered the Diocesan Preparatory Seminary.’ I saw priests at church but didn’t know anything about how that happens.” Whenever people asked what he wanted to be when he grew up he would respond – a priest. He was the only one of his siblings to be born in a hospital. He was there for 8 or 9 years and then moved on to become pastor of St. After graduating from there he went to Wadhams Hall Seminary College and then the North American College in Rome.They let me follow my own decision and whatever I decided was going to be fine with them.” Father Sal was ordained by Bishop Head in St. After ordination he returned to Rome to finish school for the first year of his priesthood.Upon returning to the Diocese of Buffalo he was assigned as parochial vicar to St. He then spent some time as a parochial vicar at St. That was the end of being a parish priest for a while.
He worked at the Tribunal in the Catholic Center in Buffalo during the summers when school was not in session.After living and working with them in rural areas of Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Kentucky and North Carolina, Fr. He recalled, “They wanted me to get a taste of the missions and, if at the end of three years I liked them and they liked me, I would have stayed with them. Compared to his time spent with the Glenmary Missions where he would have three parishes in two or three different counties, he remarked, “Traveling and managing that number of parishes was nothing new to me.” After 12 years as pastor of those three parishes, he spent six years as pastor of St. He then spent four months studying at the Vatican II Institute outside of San Francisco and returned to spend five years as pastor of Holy Spirit Parish in North Collins.It was a great three years and I still have some friends in Glenmary parishes but we have rural here.” He went on to serve at St. Paul in Kenmore before being assigned as pastor of three parishes; St. Seven years ago he was assigned as pastor of Most Precious Blood Parish in Angola where he currently resides.He proudly stated, “I have been working at Camp Turner for over 50 years.I started when I was in the seminary and continued straight through.” Father John enjoys singing, playing his 1850s guitar and reproduction banjo.