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.