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Jubilarians: Society of Jesus (Jesuits) (SJ)

25th Entrance

Father Mark A. Kramer

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1994

First profession: 1996

Education: Bachelor’s in government, University of Notre Dame, 1990

Master’s in international peace studies, University of Notre Dame, 1991

Juris doctorate, Georgetown University Law Center, 1994

Master’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1999

Master’s in divinity, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, 2005

Licentiate in sacred theology, Pontifical Gregorian University, 2008

Doctorate in sacred theology, Pontifical Gregorian University, 2011

Service in the archdiocese: Director of spiritual formation, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, 2015-19

Service outside the archdiocese: Legal assistant, Jesuit Conference USA, Washington, D.C., 2000-01

Teacher, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 2001-03

Pastoral minister, St. Peter Claver Parish, Punta Gorda, Belize, 2005-06

Professor, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo., 2012-14

About Father Mark A. Kramer: Father Mark Kramer recently moved from St. Louis to Grand Coteau, La., where he serves as associate pastor at St. Charles Borromeo, a Jesuit parish.


50th Ordination, 60th Entrance

Father Vincent E. Hovley

Birthplace: Crystal City, Texas

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1979

Education: Bachelor’s in horticulture, University of Missouri, Columbia, 1957

Licentiate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1965

Master’s in theology, Saint Louis University, 1969

Licentiate in sacred theology, Saint Louis University, 1970

Doctorate in sacred theology, Catholic University of America, 1974

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Regis College (now Regis University), Denver, Colo., 1965-66

Co-director of vocations, Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia, Colo., 1975-76

Retreat director, Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia, Colo., 1976-78

Director of pastoral internships and program superior, Ministry Training Services, Denver, 1979-82

Chaplain, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Denver, 1982-84

Faculty, Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley, Calif., 1984-86

Retreat and spiritual director, Sacred Heart Jesuit Retreat House, Sedalia, Colo., 1986-present

About Father Vincent E. Hovley: Father Hovley has served faithfully as a pastoral and retreat minister in Colorado for more than 40 years. This year he celebrates both his 50th jubilee as a priest and his 60th year in the Society of Jesus. He grew up in St. Louis, attending St. Ann Grade School in Normandy and Saint Louis University High School. He is certified as a mental health chaplain.


50th Ordination

Father John A. Apel

Birthplace: Marcus, Iowa

Entrance: 1956

First profession: 1958

Final profession: 1976

Education: Bachelor’s in chemistry, Spring Hill College, 1963

Master’s in theology, Saint Louis University, 1970

Master’s in basic science, University of Colorado, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, De Smet Jesuit High School, St. Louis, 1971-79

Pastoral assistant, Jesuits’ Missouri Province (former), 1997-2002

Pastoral minister, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 2010, 2012-19

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1963-66

Teacher and rector, Rockhurst High School, 1979-84

Assistant pastor, St. Stephen’s Mission, St. Stephen’s, Wyo., 1985-97

Teacher, Pastoral director, Regis Jesuit High School (Girls Division), Aurora, Colo., 2002-07

Associate pastor, St. Andrew Mission, Pendleton, Ore., 2008-10

Pastoral minister, Spokane and Umatilla Reservations, Spokane, Wash., 2010-12

About Father John A. Apel: My ministry in the classroom, at the pulpit and altar, in the city and ministering to Native American tribes have been total blessing. I recall with joy and smiles the many people who have been and still are in my life. Each day I pray for my family and friends near and far, and I cherish your friendships. God bless and keep you always!


Father James H. Baker

Birthplace: Quincy, Ill.

Entrance: 1956

First profession: 1958

Final profession: 1975

Education: Bachelor’s in physics, Spring Hill College, 1963

Master’s in educational administration, Saint Louis University, 1970

Doctorate in education, University of Northern Colorado, 1976

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1964-66

President, Saint Louis University High School, 1985-90

Campus minister, Saint Louis University School of Medicine, St. Louis, 1998-2014

Pastoral minister, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 2014-19

Service outside the archdiocese: Principal, Regis Jesuit High School, Aurora, Colo., 1970-73

Academic principal, Regis Jesuit High School, 1976-79

Coordinator of ministry and teaching, Jesuit Secondary Education Association, Washington, D.C., 1979-80

Associate director, Jesuit Secondary Education Association, 1980-85

Campus minister and teacher, Saint Louis University Parks College, Cahokia, Ill., 1991-98

About Father James H. Baker: Father Baker has been a thoughtful and engaged presence in Jesuit schools for more than 50 years. This year, he and his Jesuit brothers celebrate his golden jubilee as a priest.


Father Richard J. Comboy

Birthplace: Kansas City, Mo.

Entrance: 1956

First profession: 1958

Final profession: 1975

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1962

Master’s in education, Saint Louis University, 1963

Master’s in religious education, Saint Louis University, 1970

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis 1963-66

Teacher, De Smet Jesuit High School, St. Louis, 1969-70

Minister, Lewis Memorial, Saint Louis University, 1970-72

Minister, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 1979-81, 2003-13

Minister, Bellarmine House, Fusz Pavilion, St. Louis, 1988-89

Director, Jesuit Hall, Fusz Pavilion, St. Louis, 2003

Service outside the archdiocese: Minister, Regis College, Denver, 1972-79

Professor, St. John’s College, Belize City, Belize, 1981-82

Groundskeeper, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1982-86

Minister, St. Michael’s Institute, Spokane, Wash., 1990-91

Minister, Regis Community, Spokane, Wash., 991-92

Minister, St. Michael’s Jesuit Community, Spokane, Wash., 1992-99

Minister of community, St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, 1999-2002

Minister, Xavier Jesuit Center, Denver, 2013-18

About Father Richard J. Comboy: When he entered the Society of Jesus in Florissant in 1956, he could not have foreseen where his vocation would take him. He has been a dynamic minister and teacher in Colorado, Missouri and Washington for more than 60 years. This year, Father Comboy and his Jesuit brothers celebrate his 50th anniversary as a Jesuit priest. He is currently on sabbatical, awaiting his next assignment.


Father Thomas W. Cummings

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1956

First profession: 1958

Final profession: 1978

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1962

Bachelor’s in philosophy and letters, Saint Louis University, 1963

Master’s in English literature, Saint Louis University, 1967

Master’s in theology, Saint Louis University, School of Divinity, 1970

Licentiate in sacred theology, Saint Louis University, 1970

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1967-68, 2003-08

Superior, Fusz Memorial, Saint Louis University, 1969-70

President, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1977-85

Superior, De Smet High Jesuit Community, St. Louis, 1994-2006

Superior, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 2003-08

Pastoral minister, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 2009-13

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1963-66, 1970-76

Chair of English and pastoral departments, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1970-76

President, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1992-93

Campus minister, teacher and superior, Regis University, Denver, 1993-2003

About Father Thomas W. Cummings: This year marks Father Cummings’ 50th jubilee as a Jesuit priest. His assignment since 2013 is to pray for the Church and the Society.


Father Mark D. McKenzie

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1956

First profession: 1958

Final profession: 1978

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1962

Licentiate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1963

Master’s in mathematics and philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1967

Master’s in religious education, Saint Louis University, 1970

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1970-75

Consultor, Jesuit Province, St. Louis, 1979-85

Pastor, St. Matthew’s Parish, 2001-13

Assistant for pastoral and spiritual ministries, 2014-18

Pastoral minister, Bridges Foundation, St. Louis, 2019-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1963-66, 1984-89

Associate pastor, Sacred Heart Church, Denver, 1975-80

Pastor and superior in Denver and Trinidad, Colo.

Jesuit Province, New Orleans, 2013-14

Associate pastor, Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish and Shrine, San Antonio, 2018-19

About Father Mark D. McKenzie: Father McKenzie has been a dedicated and pastoral change-maker in Colorado and Missouri for more than 40 years. He also dedicated his time to his home province, the former Missouri Province, as consultor to the provincial. Father McKenzie was pastor and superior at Holy Trinity Parish, Trinidad, Colo., where he helped to facilitate the merging of three parishes. After a year as assistant for pastoral and retreat ministry for the former New Orleans Province, Father McKenzie continued in this role in the newly combined Central and Southern Province in St. Louis. He now serves in pastoral ministry with the Bridges Foundation of St. Louis, which brings Ignatian spirituality to the daily lives of who live in the greater St. Louis area.


50th Entrance

Father Donald E. Highberger

Birthplace: Garnett, Kan.

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1971

Final profession: 1995

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, St. Louis 1974

Master’s in TV and radio, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y., 1976

Bachelor’s in sacred theology, Jesuit School of Theology, Chicago, 1981

Master’s in divinity, Loyola University, Chicago, 1981

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1974-77

Campus minister and staff member of the International Center, Saint Louis University, 2011-13

Minister, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 2013-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Staff member, Ministry Training Services, Denver, 1977-78

Producer, Catholic Television Network, Chicago, 1979-81

Associate pastor, St. Patrick’s Parish, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, 1981-82

Editor and producer, WWL TW and radio station, New Orleans, 1982-84

Professor, Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash., 1984-2001

Photojournalist, KHQ-TV, Spokane, 1987-89

Professor and associate professor, Regis University, Denver, 2002-07, 2009-11

About Father Donald E. Highberger: From 2010 to 2013, Father Highberger was an online instructor for the Jesuit Commons program, offering higher education courses to two African refugee camps. He also served as special assistant for mission programs in the Campus Ministry office and as a special advisor to international students at Saint Louis University, 2011-13. He has served at Jesuit Hall since 2013. While in Denver, Father Highberger also served as a volunteer prison chaplain. In between his assignments at Regis, he taught English at Sun Yat-Sen University, Zhuhai, China, 2007-09.


Father James G. Knapp

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1969

First profession: 1971

Final profession: 1996

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1974

Master’s in divinity and in theology, Regis College, Ontario, Canada, 1982

Doctorate in secondary education administration, Fordham University, 1987

Doctorate in sacred theology, Catholic University of America

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1975-78, 1994-2003, 2004-11

Pastoral chair, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1994-96

Superior, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1997-2003

Spiritual director and assistant professor, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, 2011-15

Pastoral minister, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 2015-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher and in pastoral program, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1982-86

Assistant principal and principal, Regis Jesuit High School, Aurora, Colo., 1987-93

About Father James G. Knapp: The St. Louis native currently serves as a pastoral minister at the Jesuit Hall Community in St. Louis. He has spent the majority of his five decades of service at Jesuit high schools.


60th Ordination

Father Garth L. Hallett

Birthplace: Chester, Pa.

Entrance: 1946

First profession: 1948

Final profession: 1964

Education: Bachelor’s in history, Spring Hill College, 1952

Licentiate in sacred theology, St. Albert de Louvain, 1960

Doctorate in philosophy, Pontifical Gregorian University, 1964

Service in the archdiocese: Dean of philosophy and letters and professor, Saint Louis University, St. Louis 1985-2009

Writer, Jesuit Hall Community, St. Louis, 2011-12, 2013-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Regent, Jesuit High School, New Orleans, 1953-56

Teacher, Loyola University, New Orleans, 1961-62

Teacher, Spring Hill College and Jesuit House of Studies, Mobile, Ala., 1964-70

Dean, Spring Hill College and Jesuit House of Studies, 1965-68

Chair, Spring Hill College, 1968-70

Associate professor, Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, 1970-79

Associate professor, University of Detroit, 1979-85

Professor, Xavier University, Cincinnati, 1982-83

Professor, St. John’s College, Belize City, Belize, 2012-13

About Father Garth L. Hallett: Father Hallett served a brief tour in the U.S. Navy after high school. He spent more than four decades teaching. Since his retirement from teaching, he has authored numerous books, in addition to those written during his teaching career. To date, he has published more than 15 works in the fields of linguistic philosophy and theology. He is currently a writer in residence at the Jesuit Community at Saint Louis University. Now in his nineties, he continues to produce new books — just completing what he says will be his last one, “The Maturing of Monotheism.”


60th Entrance

Father Anthony C. Daly

Birthplace: Alton, Ill.

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1983

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1965

Master’s in Latin and Greek, Saint Louis University, 1968

Doctorate in patristics, University of California at Los Angeles, 1982

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1966-72

Professor of Latin and Greek, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1979-96

Professor of the Classics, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1997-present

About Father Anthony C. Daly: Father Daly taught Latin and religion for six years at Saint Louis University High School in St. Louis before arriving at Saint Louis University in 1979. He currently serves as associate professor of classics. His interests include Greek literature, patristics and Byzantine studies.


Father Robert A. Hagan

Birthplace: Independence, Mo.

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1981

Education: Bachelor’s in classics and philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1965

Master’s and licentiate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1967

Master’s of divinity in theology, Saint Louis University, 1973

Licentiate in sacred theology, Saint Louis University, 1982

Service in the archdiocese: Assistant in Jesuit Province office, St. Louis, 1994-95

Service outside the archdiocese: Associate pastor, Sacred Heart Parish, Denver, 1973-74

Superior and pastor, Sacred Heart Parish, Denver, 1974-80

Advancement, Roman Jesuit Academic Institutions, Rome, 1986-93

Yearbook editor-in-chief, Jesuit Curia, Rome, 1991-93

Treasurer, Collegio Bellarmino, Rome, 1993-94

Associate pastor, Holy Trinity Parish, Trinidad, Colo., 1995-2001

Pastor and superior, Trinidad-area parish and its Jesuit community, 2001-06

Pastor, Holy Family Parish, Pueblo, Colo., 2006-08

Associate pastor, Holy Name of Jesus Parish, New Orleans, 2009-12

Associate pastor, Guardian Angels Parish, Kansas City, Mo., 2012-17

About Father Robert A. Hagan: Father Hagan currently serves as associate pastor at St. Francis Xavier Parish, Kansas City, Mo., where he has served since 2017. He studied Hebrew and biblical and Jewish studies at Uplan Etzion and Hebrew University in Jerusalem and did doctoral studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome.


Father John M. Hunthausen

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1975

Education: Bachelor’s in accounting, Saint Louis University, 1958

Master’s in accounting, Saint Louis University, 1963

Bachelor’s in sacred theology, Regis College, Ontario, 1970

Master’s in sacred theology, Regis College, 1971

Doctorate in accounting, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1974

Service in the archdiocese: Consultor to the provincial, Jesuit Province, St. Louis, 1975-84

Director of spiritual formation, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, 2003-05

Spiritual director, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, St. Louis, 2005-12

Pastoral minister, Jesuit Hall Community, 2012-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Regis Jesuit High School and Regis College, Aurora, Colo., 1964-80

Director of MBachelor’s in program, Regis College (now Regis University), Denver, 1974-80

President, Rockhurst High School, Kansas City, Mo., 1980-86

Treasurer, vice rector and executive assistant to major superior, Collegio Bellarmino, Rome, 1986-2002

About Father John M. Hunthausen: Father Hunthausen’s vocation has taken him from St. Louis to Rome, with stops along the way in Denver, Toronto and Kansas City, Mo. He co-founded in 1979 the MBachelor’s in program at what is now Regis University in Denver and served as its first director. For nearly 20 years, he was the treasurer at Collegio Bellarmino, where Jesuit priests and deacons from all over the world reside when they do graduate studies in Rome. He also holds a CPA certificate for the state of Missouri.


Father Leonard E. Kraus

Birthplace: Clovis, N.M.

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1980

Education: Bachelor’s in classics, Saint Louis University, 1965

Master’s in American history, Saint Louis University 1968

Master’s in moral and pastoral theology, Saint Louis University, 1972

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1974-76

Director of vocations and superior, Fusz Memorial, Saint Louis University, 1976-78

Associate pastor, St. Matthew Parish, St. Louis, 1978-81

Pastor, St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, St. Louis, 1988-2007

Retreat and spiritual director, White House Jesuit Retreat, St. Louis, 2008-15

Service outside the archdiocese: Teacher, Regis Jesuit High School, Aurora, Colo., 1966-69

Pastor and superior, Sacred Heart Church, Denver, 1973-74

Pastor, St. Francis Xavier Parish, Kansas City, Mo., 1981-88

Retreat director, Manresa House of Retreats, Convent, La., 2011-present

Superior, Manresa Jesuit Community, 2015-present

About Father Leonard E. Kraus: He currently serves as retreat director and superior at Manresa House of Retreats in Convent, La. Prior to his assignment at Manresa, he worked in retreat and spiritual direction at White House Jesuit Retreat Center in St. Louis, 2008-15. From 2011-15, he was assigned to both retreat houses.


Father Robert D. Voss

Birthplace: Denver

Entrance: 1959

First profession: 1961

Final profession: 1977

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy and letters, Saint Louis University, 1965

Master’s in Spanish, Saint Louis University, 1966

Licentiate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1966

Master’s in divinity, Woodstock College, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1966-69

Prayer and pastoral minister, Fusz Pavilion, St. Louis, 2017-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Minister and pastor, Yoro Mission, El Progreso, Yoro, Honduras: Missionary, 1973-79

Minister and pastor, Casa Cural, Yoro, 1982-91

Pastor, Immaculate Conception Parish, Yoro, 1992-97

Pastor and pastoral assistant, Suyapa, Yoro, 1998-2017

About Father Robert D. Voss: The Denver native served in Honduras for more than 40 years. He now serves in prayer and pastoral ministry in St. Louis.


70th Entrance

Father Frederick G. McLeod

Birthplace: Dorchester, Mass.

Entrance: 1949

First profession: 1951

Final profession: 1966

Education: Bachelor’s in philosophy, Boston College, 1955

Master’s in philosophy, Boston College, 1956

Doctorate in Eastern ecclesiastical studies, Pontificio Instituto Orientale, Rome, 1973

Service in the archdiocese: Professor, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, 1973-2006

Writer, Jesuit Hall Community, 2006-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Regent, Bagdad College, Iraq, 1956-59

Program superior, Jesuit Collegian Community, Boston, 1969-73

About Father Frederick G. McLeod: After more than 30 years as a professor of theology at Saint Louis University, Father McLeod is currently a writer of theology at the Jesuit Hall Community near campus, where he has been writing since 2006.


75th Entrance

Father John W. Padberg

Birthplace: St. Louis

Entrance: 1944

First profession: 1947

Final profession: 1961

Education: Bachelor’s in Latin and philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1949

Licentiate in philosophy, Saint Louis University, 1951

Master’s in modern European history, Saint Louis University, 1954

Licentiate in sacred theology, St. Marys College, 1959

Doctorate in history, Harvard University, 1965

Service in the archdiocese: Greek, speech and history teacher, Saint Louis University High School, St. Louis, 1951-53

Professor of history, academic vice president and acting executive vice president, Saint Louis University, 1964-73

Consultor to the provincial, former Missouri Province, 1968-73, 1987-2000

Rector, Jesuit Hall Community, 1998-2004

Researcher and writer, Jesuit Hall Community, Saint Louis University, 2017-present

Service outside the archdiocese: Research associate, Jesuit Conference, Washington, D.C., 1973-75

President, Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Weston, Mass., 1975-85

Chairman of National Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education and editor of “Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education,” Institute of Jesuit Sources, which published primary source materials and original works in Jesuit spirituality and history, Chestnut Hill, Mass., 1975-2002

Director, Institute of Jesuit Sources, Chestnut Hill, Mass., 1986-2014

About Father John W. Padberg: Father Padberg is still an active and vibrant Jesuit priest and scholar at the age of 93. He is known around the world for his research and writings on the history of the Church and of the Society of Jesus. In the Jesuit Community he is the go-to person for an in-depth and often humorous understanding of some event or personage of history. A native St. Louisan, he currently is a member of the Jesuit Hall Community in St. Louis where he continues to do research and write. For 28 years, he served as the Director of the Institute of Jesuit Sources for which he is perhaps best known. In addition to his Ph.D. from Harvard University, Father Padberg did further graduate studies in Theology from Institut Catholique in Paris.

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