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Bishop Hubbard


Bishop Hubbard, 5th Anniversary (ADULT)
Celebration of Bishop Howard J. Hubbard's 5th Anniversary to the Episcopacy. Interviews with various diocesan leaders (Sister Serena Branson, Father Michael Farano, etc.) reflecting on the Bishop's ministry as bishop.

In Word and Deed: Show #003 (HS, ADULT)
This show, which aired on 12/2/01, features the following topics and guests. Cobleskill resident, Jack Daniels, discusses why he became Roman Catholic and how his pacifism leads his life. We meet Imam Quassam Mohammed Yusefee, who serves Schenectady's Afghan-American community. Yusefee gives us a look into the Afghan Islamic Center and talks about his faith. David Kaczynski, Director of New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty, talks about his path in life and his active role with NYADP. Sister Helen Prejean, author of the bestseller "Dead Man Walking", joins us in this segment; and Bishop Howard Hubbard discusses, with host Bob Cudmore, David's role with NYADP.

Bishop Howard Hubbard's Ordination (HS, ADULT)
A video of Bishop Howard Hubbard's ordination on 3/27/77 as the 9th Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany at Siena College Alumni Recreational Center.

In Word and Deed: Show #006 (HS, ADULT)
In this show, which aired on 4/7/02, Bishop Hubbard looks back 25 years on his ordination in 1977 as the 9th Bishop of Albany.

Easter Mass 2002 (EL, JH, HS, ADULT)
This video presents the annual Diocesan Easter Liturgy hosted in 2002 at Christ the King Parish, Westmere, NY, with Bishop Howard J. Hubbard. This program was broadcast on WTEN-10 on Easter morning.

Bishop Hubbard's 25th Anniversary Mass (JH, HS, ADULT)
Bishop Howard J. Hubbard celebrated the 25th anniversary of his ordination as Bishop of Albany on March 27, 2002. This video shows his anniversary Mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on April 7, 2002.

Domestic Violence - Domestic Violence in our Society: The Church's Response (ADULT)
What can Church/parish leaders do in support of women in domestic violence situations? How can the Church let the victims of domestic violence and abuse know their cries have been heard? How can parishes be made safe places for the victims?

We Are All God's Priestly People: A Catholic Vision of 21st Cent. (28 min.) (ADULT)
In this video, Bishop Howard J. Hubbard shares his vision that by virtue of Baptism we are all called to be co-creators with God, advancing the Kingdom in our day. Every person's contribution is vitally needed so that together in a rich diversity, we can build up the Christian Community. There is a shorter version of this video (14 min.) that does not have the concluding interviews with national and diocesan commentators.

Sesquicentennial Eucharistic Liturgy ( at Auriesville 9/14/97) (HS, ADULT)
This is a videotape of the Official Diocesan Sesquicentennial Liturgy, held at the Shrine of the North American Martyrs, Auriesville, on September 14, 1997. It includes the homily by Cardinal John O'Connor of the Archdiocese of New York and greetings from Pope John Paul II delivered by Papal Nuncio Archbishop Agostino Cacciavillan. "It was a day of memory-making sights: A line of priests that stretched as far as the eye could see…newborn babies held in the arms of grandparents…women in African robes seated next to Knights of Malta…a beautiful sunburst behind the altar that mirrored the original one in the sky on a perfect day." (The Evangelist, 9-18-97) Also present were 17 bishops from New York, Archbishops Harry J. Flynn of Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN, and Ecumenical Speaker, the Rev. Dr. Greg Mast, 1st Reformed Church of Albany.

Sesquicentennial Year In Review: Honoring Tradition, Discovering Tomorrow (HS, ADULT)
A year's worth of events from the Sesquicentennial Celebrations of the Diocese of Albany. It begins with highlights from the opening service in the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in December, 1996, with Bishop Howard Hubbard preaching and Episcopal Bishop of Albany, Rev. David Ball, and Rabbi Aryeh Wineman. Then, there are other events through the year including: musician Tony Menendez at Siena College; Papal Nuncio Agostino Cacciavillan and John Cardinal O'Connor (NYC) at Auriesville; Reformed pastor, Rev. Dr. Greg Mast of Albany, musician Marty Haugen and writer Rev. Ed Hayes at Gathering '97 at Hudson Valley Community College.

Heralds Of Faith--The Catechist in the Third Millenium (ADULT)
The Convocation for New York State Leadership in Catechesis was sponsored by the Bishops of New York State and Council of Diocesan Directors of Religious Education in Syracuse, NY on Nov. 7, 1998. This is the first of four parts in this program. It is an address by Bishop Howard J. Hubbard, Bishop of Albany, with reflections by Bishops Matthew H. Clark (Rochester), Henry J. Mansell (Buffalo) and Paul S. Loverde (Ogdensburg).

Priests of Diocese of Albany: Servant Leaders (Vocations) (HS, ADULT)
Bishop Howard J. Hubbard introduces and closes this video, which is a good one for someone to see who has sensed a "call" to the priesthood. Several of the priests and seminarians testify that the call need not be strong or overwhelming…just persistent. The video describes their own reactions and the reactions of their friends and family to this "call." It outlines aspects of seminary training (ie., work with the poor, educational ministry, hospital ministry, and parish ministry. It portrays the rewards and challenges of the priesthood in serving people both in the mundane and "great" moments of their lives. The priest learns to develop a strong sense of "who he is," a flexibility in an ever-changing Church, the ability to enable people to serve others, and to reconcile them to God and to each other.

WAMC Special Conversation with Bishop Howard Hubbard (ADULT)
WAMC's Alan Chartock in conversation with Bishop Hubbard.

Disciples Together In Faith (Bishop Hubbard) (HS, ADULT)
Bishop Hubbard's Lent 2000 TV retreat will serve to stimulate personal reflection, family discussion, and parish and school dialogue; all leading to a deeper, richer, and fuller relationship with Jesus and with each other.

We Are All God's Priestly People: A Catholic Vision of 21st Cent. (14 min.) (ADULT)
In this video, Bishop Howard J. Hubbard shares his vision that by virtue of Baptism we are all called to be co-creators with God, advancing the Kingdom in our day. Every person's contribution is vitally needed so that together in a rich diversity, we can build up the Christian Community. There is a longer version (28 min.) of this video with concluding interviews with national and diocesan commentators.


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Audience Codes: PK = Preschool, EL = Elementary, JH = Junior High, HS = HighSchool, Adult


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