3175 Paulskirk Dr, Ellicott City, MD 21042 (410) 461-9112
Mass Schedule: Saturday 5:15pm, Sunday 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am, 12:00Noon
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This is the time of year when staff changes are made and we have an unusually high number of changes this year. As most of you know, Fr. Conklin will be moving to Our Lady of Hope and St. Luke as Administrator. Mrs. Karen Murphy, our principal will become the Assistant Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese. Mrs. Helen Gross is beginning a long deserved retirement. She and Tom just celebrated 50 years of marriage. Congratulations to them. Mrs. Laura Nisonger is also retiring. Laura is my longest employee working with me for over 22 years. I am hoping she will be willing to come back from time to time to help with special events. We wish them all well in their new endeavors. Though Karen and Helen are out of town next Sunday, we will have a reception after the 9 and 10:30 masses next Sunday for you to come and wish Fr. Conklin and Laura your best wishes in their new endeavors.
Coming on board as the new principal will be Mrs. Rosanna Rensberger. Rosanna served as vice principal this past year. She brings a lot of energy and enthusiasm to the position. I look forward to working closely with her over the next few years as she leads RSPS into a bright future.
We are also getting another permanent deacon. Deacon Allen Greene will be coming to our Pastorate. Deacon Allen was ordained in 2013. For the last six years, he has served at Christ the King Parish in Glen Burnie. Additionally, he has been an Advocate for the Tribunal Office and has served as a Deacon at St. Agnes Healthcare in the Spiritual Care Department. For the last three years, he served on the Archdiocesan Deacon Life and Ministry Board where he was chair of the board from 2018-2019. He currently works for a data management firm supporting the Department of Defense. He is a native of Howard County and lives in Ellicott City. He and his wife of 40 years, Lynda, have three daughters and four grandchildren. It is with great joy that I welcome Deacon Greene to our Pastorate.
And Fr. Tyler Kline, who was ordained yesterday, will be coming on board July 1.
Maybe I should be ordering name tags.