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Msgr. Alexander T. Kulik

January 5, 2022

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Posted by:
Rosemary Pilch

Posted on:
January 11, 2022

Dear Shirley and Family,My deepest sympathy on the passing of Monsignor.I am so sorry I did not make it to his funeral.I am sure it was beautiful.I have health issues myself.I use to call Msgr.at least once a month to see how he was doing.I phoned him two weeks before Christmas and he did not seem well,so we did not talk much.He is now with your brothers and your parents.I am also so sorry about the loss of your husband Joe. I was unaware he had died.They are all in my prayers. Be assured of my prayers for you and your family ,that God will give you all the strength to go through another great sorrow.Love & Prayers Sincerely Rosemary Pilch

Posted by:
Kerri Waters

Posted on:
January 9, 2022

Dear Shirley and family, Please accept my condolences and know that Msgr was deeply loved. I really enjoyed getting to know him, and care for him at Villa St Joseph. He spoke of you every day and looked forward to the morning phone call. I am grateful that he is at peace now. Sincerely. Kerri Waters

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
January 9, 2022

What a wonderful person. He was such an important part of so many milestones in my families life. He cared about all his parishioners. He will be missed

Posted by:
Marion DeFazio

Posted on:
January 7, 2022

We are saddened to read about the passing of Monsignor Kulik. We were very fortunate to have him as our pastor at Corpus Christi Church. Not only was he a wonderful priest, but also a good friend. We kept in touch and it was so good to hear from him. He'll always hold a special place in our hearts because 50 years ago tomorrow, he married my husband, Robert, and me. I'm sorry that I didn't get to talk to Monsignor Kulik about it, but I think he would have been happy. May he rest in eternal peace.

Posted by:
Sister Rosemary Stets, OSF

Posted on:
January 7, 2022

I am deeply saddened to learn that Msgr. Kulik has died, and I offer my sincere sympathy to his family and the parishioners of Our Lady of Hope parish. He was a true pastor to our family, especially at the time of my mother's death in 1997. I loved to visit him when he was residing at the Villa in Dunmore, and many Bernardine Franciscan Sisters remember him from their years of teaching in Marymount. He will always be in our prayers; may he know eternal peace with God for his beautiful service as a priest. Sister Rosemary Stets, OSF

Posted by:
Steve Jenks

Posted on:
January 7, 2022

Dear Shirley and family. My very deepest condolences for your loss. I treasure the memories of our family holiday get togethers each year and when my Mom died, Msgr's words that he spoke while celebrating her funeral mass helped ease the grief that we were all feeling. I'll miss him very much.

Posted by:
Elizabeth Magyar

Posted on:
January 7, 2022

So very sorry to hear about Monsignor's passing. He was the most kindest man I've ever met. He helped me and my entire family through one of the most difficult time of our lives. You will be missed Father. RIP. The Magyar Family

Posted by:
Fr Pawel Kopczynski

Posted on:
January 7, 2022

With great sadness I received the news about passing of fr Kulik. May all the goodness that I and my family have received from Him be rewarded by the grace of eternal life. May the Merciful God welcome your soul in His kingdom. See you in heaven. Rest in peace. Fr Pawel Kopczynski