Sebastian Rojas, Rebecca Siar, Joe Fredrickson, and Tricia McCarthy — the four Echo parish apprentices currently serving in the Diocese of Joliet – were recently interviewed for the diocesan magazine Christ Is Our Hope. Read the article below, or click on the images to view the whole magazine. Their interviews can be found on pages 18-21.
News from Echo
It has been a busy year for Echo alumni! Congratulations to the following Echo alumni in their new professional endeavors. We are grateful for your continued commitment to excellence in your service to the Church! — Fr. Joe Kirkconnell (’08), a member of the class of Echo 3, was ordained a priest in the Archdiocese [...]
As it opened its doors for the new school year, Gloucester Catholic High School welcomed three new faculty members from Catholic universities with open arms. The newcomers are young educators who clearly hope to positively influence their students spiritually and intellectually. And the winners here, said Principal Ed Beckett, are the GCHS students. These faculty [...]
At the Notre Dame v. Texas football game on Saturday, September 5, 2015, the Echo staff will be brought onto the field to receive the Presidential Team Irish Award. The following was originally printed in Notre Dame’s Gameday Magazine. Echo is a highly selective graduate Church leadership program established in 2004 by Dr. John Cavadini, [...]
As is true of any great festival, a University of Notre Dame home football game weekend is much more than its central event. The roughly 61,000 people who travel to the University’s campus for each home game can expect to attend a splendid and storied athletic contest, but they can also expect a unique experience [...]