A letter from Fr. Anthony Coci
Please allow me a moment to introduce myself via this letter before I meet you in person. I am a native of Toledo. My home parish growing up was Christ the King and I attended Toledo Central Catholic High School. I did my undergraduate work at Loyola University Chicago and my graduate studies at Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Cincinnati. Interestingly enough, in-between my undergraduate and graduate work I was a substitute teacher at Cardinal Stritch! I enjoyed it then and I look forward to enjoying it again.
My past ministries include work at Defiance Saint Mary's Church, migrant farm work at Fremont Saint Joseph, hospital chaplaincy at Good Samaritan Cincinnati, and part-time teaching at Archbishop McNicholas Cincinnati and Delphos Saint John High School. My last assignment was as Parochial Vicar of both Saint Mary's Church in Tiffin and Saint Pius X in Sycamore and the Priest Leader of Calvert High School and Junior High School, along with Calvert Elementary in Tiffin.
My passion is in teaching and youth ministry, and I am honored that Bishop Thomas has allowed me to continue my priestly ministry in these two areas in a special way at Cardinal Stritch High School and Academy. I enjoy sports, being outdoors, and spending time with family and friends. If you see me at school, Saint Jerome Church, or simply out and about please say hello. My door is always open and I look forward to meeting you!In the words of Saint Paul to the Corinthians, who did not fully understand the gift (i.e. the Gospel of Jesus Christ) that Paul wanted to give them, he said, "Not that we are masters of your faith, but we are working with you for your joy," (2 Cor. 1:24). Please know that I too am here for you.
May we walk together and help each other along our Christian journey of life.
Fr. Anthony Coci
A letter from our Campus Minister - Miss Katie Mahoney
Hello and welcome to Campus Ministry!
I am Miss Katie Mahoney and I am very excited to be apart of the Cardinal community! Our Campus Ministry offers a space for all students to reflect on and grow in their faith. Whether that is through liturgy services, our many retreats, service opportunities, or just stopping by to chat with myself or Fr. Anthony. We hope Campus Ministry can be a place where all students can find fellowship and community; our door is always open! Please take a look around this webpage to find upcoming events and important dates. Parents are always welcome to join our liturgical services! If you have any questions or are interested in learning more information, do not hesitate to reach out and send me and email.
- Freshmen – a minimum of fifteen (15) hours of service.
- Sophomores – a minimum of twenty (20) hours of service.
- Juniors – a minimum of twenty-five (25) hours of service.
- Seniors – a minimum of thirty (30) hours of service.