On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, Father Ptak celebrated mass with the school children on his 30th Anniversary of Ordination. Father shared with the children some pictures of his ordination and his first mass. He also showed them a picture of himself with St. John Paul the Great when the Pope visited Detroit in 1987. Ft. Ptak was privileged to be the Deacon at the mass in Hamtramck and to proclaim the Gospel in Polish.
Father also explained to the children the beatification of Fr. Solanus Casey and how Fr. Solanus had a difficult time in school while studying to be a priest. Father told the children how this simple, humble priest did a very menial job and brought Christ to everyone he encountered. He encouraged the children to pray to Blessed Solanus to help them when they have difficulty in school. The children presented Father Ptak with a few gifts from the school.
The St. Sebastian Chess Club is in full swing, under the direction of Mr. Barry Hawver and Mr. Ron Roose and volunteer parents. The Chess Club is preparing for the Winter Chess Tournament at Divine Child on January 20, 2018.
We want to share Congratulations to two of our teachers who were honored this past weekend at the Prep Bowl for their years of service within the Archdiocese of Detroit.
Mrs. Kathleen Johnson (8th grade) received recognition and her award for 25 years of service! We are very blessed for the creative talents and endless dedication Mrs. Johnson brings. She has guided hundreds of students and alumni (in many classroom levels) within St. Sebastian with loving and inspirational instruction. Thank you Mrs Johnson!
Mrs Mary Beth Beltowski ( Little Learners) received recognition and her award for 10 years of service! We are also very blessed for the dedicated and creative talents of Mrs Beltowski. She has developed a loving and exciting 1st classroom experience for so many 3 year old little learners. Thank you Mrs. Beltowski!
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