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A place that brings you closer to God

A place that brings you closer to God

In 2017, Bishop A. Abel Szczowska appointed Csaba Kovacs as organizing pastor of the community.

In 2019, Egyházmegye bought the adjacent plot of land at 1 Főzde Street for the purpose of building a church.

On October 20, 2019, at the Holy Farewell Mass in the church, Abel Szczowska A., District Bishop of the Nyérygyházy Diocese, elevated the Greek Catholic organization Rozsrétszőlői to the rank of diocese (by Decree No. 1579/2019). With this event, the parish wrote itself in history, as our principal priest established a parish for the first time in his episcopal work.

The jurisdictional area of ​​the new parish is: Rozsrétszőlő, Császárszállás, Butyka, Mandabokor, Kordovánbokor, Alsóbadúrbokor, Bálintbokor and Lóczibokor.

The document was authenticated by Bishop Abel and Father Csaba, and then placed in the capsule along with a new newspaper from Eastern Hungary and a Greek Catholic magazine, as well as coins; Locally produced rye, wheat and grapes, as well as local natural treasures inherent in the name of the settlement (Rozsrétszőlő), which are also components of the Eucharist, were introduced into the urn.

The time capsule was presented by Szocska A. Ábel, Bishop of Nyíregyház District, Csaba Kovács, Diocese Priest of Nyíregyház-Roszrétszőlő, and Dr. It was drawn up by Ildiko Galambos, head of the Nyiregyhaza Traffic Office, and Vasne Harman Gyongye, the local government representative of the area.

In his speech, the Archpastor tried to find an answer to the question asked by many, why this church is needed in today’s world:

“The church is the hospital where the soul can be healed; the temple is the house where God dwells. The church is a road sign that shows you the direction you should take; the church is the path that leads to salvation.”

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He experienced God's providence regarding the Pastor's morning program, which helped him answer the question. He met the Ukrainian camp chaplain who gave thanks in Mariabuk along with more than two dozen Ukrainian widows and orphans. The soldiers serving at the front every day instructed them to protect the priest if they did not return home. Shaken and moved, Bishop Appel said the camp pastor promised them that he would lead these (now amputated) families to God.

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