Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, a convert to Catholicism, is a member of the Congregation of Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception.
The Sisters desire to live by the Spirit of the “beloved disciple,” St. John, and strive to unite contemplative prayer and evangelization while living in fraternal communities. The Apostolic Sisters of St. John assists in the Childrenʼs Program.
By a life of total self-offering to God, the Sisters dedicate themselves to prayer and active work on behalf of the sanctification of the priestly and religious state. They will assist in the Childrenʼs Program.
Sisters in Jesus the Lord, a new missionary community, is a Public Association of the Faithful in the diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Missouri, a public association under the authority of Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr.. They will assist in the Childrenʼs Program.
Rev. Dennis McManus Rev. Dennis McManus has taught at Georgetown University since 1997. He holds a masterʼs degree in historical ethics from Georgetown University and a doctorate from Drew University in historical theology. He is on the
The IHM Sisters are committed to a life of service to the Church through contemplation of the Word and the spread of His message of salvation through the various works of education. The Sisters assist with the Childrenʼs Program.
A Franciscan Brother of Peace from St. Paul, Minnesota, Br. Conrad strives to live in the fullness of the Christian Faith through the enlightenment of the Magisterium, Sacred Scripture, and the Churchʼs traditions through the example of the orderʼs inspiration, St. Francis of Assisi. He will be a mediator for the Middle School Program.