KATHLEEN WISKUS, M.A., D.Min.

KATHLEEN WISKUS, M.A., D.Min.

B.A. in Religious Studies with focus on scripture, Edgewood College; M.A. in Biblical Hebrew and Semitic Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; D. Min., University of St. Mary of the Lake. Served as Co-Director of Office of Vocations for the Diocese of Madison 1999 - 2003. Former director of the Diocese of Madison Offices of Pastoral Services, Pastoral Planning, Evangelization, and Safe Environment. Served as Victims Assistance Coordinator for Diocese of Madison 2002-2006. Former director of the Diocesan Institute for Lay and Diaconate Formation for the Diocese of Madison. Former Region VII Rep-resentative for National Association of Diaconate Directors. Served as parish Director of Religious Education and Youth Minister in Iowa and Wisconsin. Co-author of Pastoring Multiple Parishes (Loyola 2009). Member of Catholic Association for Theological Field Education. Other professional activities include: consultation with dioceses, national organizations, and parishes on issues of multiple-parish ministries; assistance with permanent diaconate programs of formation, ministry and life; retreats and presentations.

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