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John hails from Wilmington, Del-a-where? where he was thoroughly indoctrinated as a Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles Fan. He has carried this passion (or born this burden depending on how you look at it) for the last nine years in Chicago. John loves being a Chicagoan (despite his sports loyalties) and, along with his wife, Susan, and three small children, calls the Southwest Side home. John received his Master of Divinity and Social Work degrees from Loyola University Chicago. He completed his undergraduate studies in English at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. After college, John served in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps as an interfaith organizer in San Diego, CA and then volunteered in Latin America where he walked with the people of Peru in parish and prison ministries in Chimbote. His cravings for ceviche have never subsided. He brings diverse experience from his time in ministry at Saint Ignatius College Prep and Cristo Rey Jesuit High School and a deep appreciation for walking with and learning from those on the margins from his time as a volunteer, then as a social worker on Chicago’s West Side, and beyond. John is very grateful for the gift of companioning students and colleagues in prayer, study, community and service.
Ann grew up in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and although she now calls the beloved city of Chicago her home, you can still see her Wisconsin roots during football season (Go Packers!) or after a big snowfall (best shoveled parking spot on the block). She received a Bachelors degree in Religious Studies and Youth Ministry from St. Norbert College, and is currently continuing her education at Loyola University Chicago. Ann comes to Dominican with experience in parish youth ministry, and her passions in ministry include building welcoming communities of faith, encouraging students to find time for contemplation, and helping others explore their vocation and life callings. In her free time, Ann enjoys golf, camping, and spending time near Lake Michigan.
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