I Have

I Have

I have never once felt angry.

I have not felt surprised.

I have felt confused.

(Not by what to do, but by why I had to do it)

I have felt sad.

(Not for my situation, but for my loved ones’ rattled faith)

I have felt empowered.

I have remebered what it is to pray and ask for strength.

(I think I may had forgotten how to do that)

I have found God in many small moments since Monday, February 4th at 1:30 pm.

I have fallen in love with my wife every second of every day and learned what true reliance is.

I have opened a Bible.

(For the first time in a long time)

I have spoken to every person who I consider Family and been strengthened by them.

I have been overwhelmed by love on social media outlets.

I have forgiven the Archdiocese.

I have come to understand that the Church tries.

(But, like everyone else, they need help too)

I have become more familiar with my new life.

I have slept well.

I have laughed at things that need to be laughed at.

I have accepted things it was time to accept.

I look forward to what I will have to do tomorrow.

10 Comments

  1. Aidan McBreen

    It is truly an honor to have had you as our Dean of Student Life. It is even more of an honor to be able to call you my friend. Many students at Purcell have been able to call you that, their friend. I know no other school that could call any of their administration that or have had anywhere near as close of a bond as you have with each and every student at Purcell. You have gotten to know each and every student and have a relationship with each of them. You have cared for us from the start, you have been accepting, caring, helping, kind, and an amazing person. The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has lost a truly great man. There will never be another Dean of Students like you. Thank you for all you have done and continue to do for all of us, not just at Purcell but around Cincinnati. You truly exemplify what it means to be Outstanding Among All. That is something that we all, myself especially, strive for. To stand up for what each of us believes in and not to be what others want us to be. Thank you for being that example for all of us.

  2. aminah

    Hey mr moroski i miss yu very much yu ere like a second dad to me i could tell yu everything…the students at purcell marian miss yu sooooo much…much from meeeeeeee…hope yu can come back and visit..once again we love ylu with all our hearts..we wouldnt know what we would do without yu in our lives….i dont know how much i can express it that we love yu

  3. Michael Long

    Be strong, you have alot and no one can take that from you. You are blessed with many friends that truly know you and will always be there for you and KT. Stay true to yourself and all will be ok. Peace and love.

  4. mike

    aminah – i miss you and all the students as well. here’s some love for y’all!

    michael – thank you, bro – your family has always been so good to me, and i can see that you are all some of the truest, bluest people i know. much love.

  5. Laura Long

    I second what my brother said. I’ve always have admired how loving and caring a man you are. Your parents raised you right. Stay strong and we will be there with you. Much LOVE & PEACE! Laura

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