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Martin Joseph Scholsky, American priest. Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1956.

Background

Scholsky, Martin Joseph was born on January 16, 1930 in Stafford Spring, Connecticut, United States. Son of Sigmund Felix and Mary Magdalen (Wysocki) Scholsky.

Education

Bachelor, St. John's Seminary, 1952. Master of Arts in History, St. John's Seminary, 1956. Master of Arts in Classical Greek, Catholic University of America, 1966.

Career

Assistant pastor, St. Peter's Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1956-1961; principal, St. Peter's School, Hartford, 1956-1958; instructor, St. Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield, Connecticut, 1961-1967; admissions director, St. Thomas Seminary, Bloomfield, 1965-1967; vocations director, Archdiocese of Hartford, 1967-1978; chaplain, Newington (Connecticut) Children's Hospital, 1961-1978; weekend assistant, St. Mary's Church, Newington, 1961-1978; pastor, St. Bartholomew Church, Manchester, Connecticut, 1978-1990; dean, Manchester Deanery, 1989-1991; spiritual director, St. Thomas Aquinas High School, New Britain, Connecticut, 1991-1992. Weekend assistant St. Francis of Assis Church, South Windsor, Connecticut, 1991-1992. Instructor Holy Apostle's Seminary & College, Cromwell, Connecticut, 1988-1994.

Pastor St. Mary's Church, East Hartford, Connecticut, since 1992.

Achievements

  • Ordained priest Roman Catholic Church, 1956.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

father:
Sigmund Felix Scholsky

mother:
Mary Magdalen (Wysocki) Scholsky