Seven local students earn degrees from St. Meinrad

St. Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology awarded 69 master’s degrees May 10, including degrees earned by seven students associated with the Archdiocese of Louisville.

Brandon DeToma, a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Louisville, earned a master of arts in Catholic philosophical thought.

Four received master of arts degrees in theology. They are Maureen Larison, the Archdiocese of Louisville’s consultant for adult formation and initiation; Dustin Hungerford, a theology teacher at Sacred Heart Academy; Alexander McGauley, a theology teacher at Holy Cross High School; and Joseph Paradis III, a member of St. Bernadette Church.

Master’s degrees in theological studies were conferred on Bernard Schum, a theology teacher at Trinity High School, and Carrie Williamson, associate director for vocations in the archdiocese’s Vocation Office.

A master of arts degree in pastoral theology was presented to Janet Millen, a parishioner of St. Michael Church.

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