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Leadership in Jesuit Schools


Fr. Michael Marco, SJ, has been named 11th president of Marquette University High School in Milwaukee, effective July 1, 2016. Fr. Marco has served as special assistant to the president since 2013 and previously served as president of Georgetown Preparatory School in Maryland (2010–
2013) and Walsh Jesuit High School in Ohio (2003–2010). He succeeds Fr. Warren Sazama, SJ, who will accept a new assignment after 25 years at Marquette High, including the past nine years as president.


 



Fr. Michael Garanzini, SJ, stepped down after 14 years as president of Loyola University Chicago and became chancellor of the university, effective June 30, 2015. He continues as secretary for higher education for the international Society of Jesus. John Pelissero, the university’s current provost and chief academic officer, will serve as interim president. The university will begin a national search for a president in 2016.



 
Fr. William Muller, SJ, has been named executive director of the newly established Jesuit Schools Network of North America (JSN). JSN will replace the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA) in providing services and programming to the 80 Jesuit pre-secondary and secondary schools in the United States and Canada. Fr. Muller succeeds Fr. James Stoeger, SJ, who served JSEA as vice president from 2008–2011 and more recently as president for the last four years.

 
Susan Smith became the fifth president of Nativity Jesuit Academy in Milwaukee on July 20, 2015. Smith most recently served as vice president of marketing and communications for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation and served for six years on the Board of Directors for Nativity. She succeeds Melodie Wyttenbach, who accepted a faculty position at the University of Notre Dame.
Province Office

 Fr. Timothy Lannon, SJ, will become the provincial assistant for formation for the Midwest Jesuits, effective September 8, 2015. Most recently, he served as president of Creighton University. Fr. Lannon succeeds Fr. Raymond Guiao, SJ, who served as assistant for formation for the Chicago-Detroit Province since 2008 and for the Wisconsin Province since 2012. Fr. Guiao became president of Saint Ignatius High School in Cleveland, Ohio, on July 1, 2015.


Fr. James Stoeger, SJ, will become the new provincial assistant for vocations for the Midwest Jesuits beginning fall 2015. In addition, he will serve as regional vocation director for Chicago, Milwaukee, and northern Indiana. Other regional vocation directors include Br. James Boynton, SJ, who will oversee central and southern Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio, and Fr. Paul Coelho, SJ, who will serve Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wyoming. Br. Patrick Douglas, SJ, and Fr. William Murphy, SJ, have been assigned to serve as vocation promoters.
Fr. James Stoeger, SJ 
Br. James Byntonl, SJ
Fr. Paul Coelho, SJ
Br. Patrick Douglas, SJ
Fr. WIlliam Murphy, SJ
International
 
Fr. James Gartland, SJ, and Fr. Robert Geisinger, SJ, were elected by the Chicago-Detroit Province Congregation to be sent to the Society of Jesus’ General Congregation, scheduled to begin in Rome on October 2, 2016. Fr. Thomas Stegman, SJ, was elected by the Wisconsin Province Congregation.
 
Jesuit Communities
 
Fr. Stephen Krupa, SJ, has been appointed superior of the Clark Street Jesuit Community in Chicago. He succeeds Fr. Paul Brian Campbell, SJ, who has served as superior since 2008 and will continue as publisher of Loyola Press. In addition, Fr. Krupa will care for the Jesuits living in Henri de Lubac House in South Bend, Ind.
 
Fr. Douglas Leonhardt, SJ, became superior of the St. Camillus Jesuit Community on July 1, 2015, after serving as associate vice president in the Office of Mission and Ministry at Marquette University. He succeeds Fr. Jonathan Haschka, SJ, who has served as superior since 2011 and will prepare for a new mission.
Pastoral
 
Fr. Timothy Manatt, SJ, has been missioned as the next pastor and administrator of St. Patrick Parish and Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in Milwaukee. He previously served as president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School-Twin Cities. Fr. Manatt succeeds Fr. José Moreno, SJ, who served as St. Patrick’s pastor for 14 years and Our Lady of Guadalupe’s for nine years. Fr. Moreno will begin a sabbatical in August.
Missioned to St. Camillus Senior Jesuit Community

Fr. John
Cuddigan, SJ
Fr. Eugene “Dutch”
Dutkiewicz, SJ
Fr. James
Gladstone, SJ
 
 Fr. William
Kelly, SJ
 Fr. William
Kidd, SJ 
 Fr. Walter
Stohrer, SJ 

Missioned to Colombiere Senior Jesuit Community
 Fr. Robert
Finn, SJ
Fr. Robert
Grib, SJ
Fr. James
O’Reilly, SJ
Fr. Bernard
Streicher, SJ
 Fr. John
White, SJ














































 

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