Mary Hodgson was consecrated by Bishop Campbell on June 21, 2015, assuming the vocation of a Consecrated Virgin. She is currently a parishioner at St. Brendan the Navigator in Hilliard. Since her consecration, she has been involved with many parish ministries including pro-life, religious education, RCIA, and currently leading prayers for vocations
Philip and Allison are a CatholicMatch success story. They have been married for four years and have two sons: Joseph, who is two, and Moses, who is 5 months old (in Dec). Philip is an immigrant from India, spent most of his adolescence in New Jersey, ane is a quality engineer. Allison is from Louisville Kentucky and is a marketing manager. They moved to Columbus two years ago and are parishioners at St. Patrick's.
Father David Sizemore is currently an Episcopal Vicar for the Diocese of Columbus and Pastor of St. Francis de Sales in Newark, Ohio where the parish is intentionally focusing on creating a missionary discipleship culture, rooted in relationship with Jesus Christ, among children, teens, and adults, and is piloting Classical Education in the parish elementary school.
He currently serves on a variety of Diocesan boards, ministries, lay apostolates and programs, and holds four college degrees: Philosophy, Systematic Theology, Spiritual Theology, and Business Administration.
Father enjoys leading pilgrimages, jogging, biking, rowing, cooking, and laughing. He loves to socialize and can be found taking selfies with those he meets everywhere he goes.
Sister Loretta de Domenicis is a Salesian Sister of St. John Bosco. Sisters in her order are Daughters of Mary Help of Christians, and their Charism in the Church is ministry with young people. There are four Salesian Sisters in Columbus, with Sister Loretta serving at the St. Thomas More Newman Center at The Ohio State University.
Sister Loretta grew up in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and is an ocean girl. She is one of six siblings, and she enjoys catching and eating crabs. The Salesian Sisters were very much a part of their education, and their joy was contagious and captivating.
She loves her vocation and can truly say with our Mother Mary, “The Almighty has done great things for me, and holy is His name!” (Luke 1:49) Young people are her love, and together with them, she walks the journey of life with Jesus in the Holy Eucharist and Mary Help of Christians in the spirit of St. John Bosco and St. Mary Mazzarello.