Diocese of Phoenix
Thursday, Sept 26 – Monday Sept 30, 2019
St. Bernard Clairvaux Church
Hyatt Regency Hotel Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale, Arizona
Western Lieutenancy Appoints
Sarah Knob as Executive Director
Our Chancellor and incoming Lieutenant, Lady Margie Romano, LGCHS, announces the appointment of Sarah Knob as the new Executive Director of the Western Lieutenancy. Sarah’s extensive work experience and warm personality have prepared her well for the role. Lady Margie asks that we extend to Sarah our warmest welcome to the team.
Sarah received a B.A. in Humanities & Spanish and a certificate in accounting from the University of Steubenville. She has over 10 years of office administration experience both in the private and not-for-profit sectors. She has a strong background in board relations and membership relationship management. Her various office positions over the years included the promotion of office management best practices to streamline business flow to ensure both profitability and membership satisfaction.
Sarah was Office Manager and simultaneously managed general bookkeeping for multiple company files and worked with CPAs to provide financial reports to the Board of Directors. Sarah recently moved to Los Angeles from Chicago. She looks forward to serving the Western Lieutenancy as Executive Director and working with Lady Margie Romano to meet membership needs.
Holy Land Economic Development Fund August 2019 Update
We are pleased to keep you up to date on the good works that are being accomplished through your support of the HLEDF! Your contributions to the fund are directly and positively impacting the lives of Christian families who need financial assistance to grow and maintain the small businesses they operate in the Holy Land. We have recently been able to provide funding for two new loans. Click here to read the latest report.
Most Rev. Sir Edward Joseph Weisenburger, KC*HS,
Introduced as Prior for the Diocese of Tucson
Most Reverend Sir Weisenburger, KC*HS, was a member of the EOHSJ for 15 years before his appointment as Bishop of the Diocese of Tucson. As Prior, he has always included in diocesan liturgies the Knights and Ladies of the Tucson Area in their robes. He was previously Bishop of the Diocese of Salina, Kansas, where he was the only EOHSJ member. Click here for full story in Tucson Area News.
Latin Patriarchal Seminary of Beit Jala Proudly Shares Its Activities During the Academic School Year 2018-2019
The Latin Patriarchal Seminary of Beit Jala (Seminary), one of the institutions our Order supports in the Holy Land through the Adopt-A-Seminarian program, has provided photographs documenting its various activities during the academic school year 2018-2019. Located near Jerusalem, the Seminary educates, trains, and forms men to serve as priests for the Roman Catholic community of the Holy Land.
The Seminary was founded in Jerusalem in 1852 and transferred to Beit Jala in 1857. The curriculum includes a year of spirituality, a year of French, two years of philosophy and four years of theology. From its founding in 1852 until 2008, the Seminary formed and ordained 260 priests, 12 of which became bishops and three became patriarchs. We would like to share these beautiful and inspiriting photos sent by Fr. Yacoub.
Click here to see the entire album.