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On May 16, 1998, Archbishop Pilarczyk ordained Patrick Welsh and Patrick Sheridan at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. Here’s a look back on that day.

From Left to Right, Fr. Tuan Do, Auxilary Bishop Kaising, Fr. James Simons, Archbishop Daniel Pilarczyk, Fr. Steven Kolde, Auxilary Bishop Moeddel, Fr. James Hoffbauer
On Saturday, May 13, 2000 Tuan Anh Do, James Hoffbauer, Steven Kolde, and James Simons were ordained at St. Peter in Chains Cathedral. Here’s the day in pictures

Alexander T. Witt Family: Father: Michael L. Witt (computer software engineer); Mother: Jennifer A. Witt (d. 2016) (psychiatric nurse); Sisters: Laura, Anna; Brother: Broderick Parish: St. John the Baptist, Harrison, Ohio. Schooling: K-2: St. Margaret Mary, North College Hill 3-8: St. John the Baptist, Harrison, Ohio High School: Oldenburg Academy

Peter Langenkamp Family: My parents are Paul and Patricia Langenkamp. My siblings are Phillip, Elizabeth, Maria, David, Teresa, Thomas, Catherine, Regina, Natalie, and Lucy. My dad is a medical doctor. My mother is a nurse. Parish: Holy Trinity, Coldwater Schooling: I attended Coldwater Exempted Village Schools for K-12. I attended

Deacon David A. Doseck Family: John and Teresa Doseck (Dad-electrical technician for the Ohio Department of Transportation for District 7 / Mom-part-time secretary at Lutheran church in Botkins); Siblings: Josh and Tiffany Doseck with three kids (Luke, Natalie, and Nicole); Sarah and Alan Mayse with three kids (Sammy, Tyler, and

Deacon David Webb Family: James Webb: laboratory technician, Cyndi Webb: accountant; Michelle Webb( 30) and Christopher Webbm(28) Parish: Church of Saint Benedict (Broken Arrow, OK, in Diocese of Tulsa) Schooling: K-12: Broken Arrow Public Schools, college seminary University of St. Thomas with degrees achieved double majored in philosophy and Catholic

Deacon Duy Nguyen Family: Father- welder, mother-assembler, I have six siblings Parish: St. Joseph Vietnamese Parish, Tulsa, OK. Schooling: seminary with degrees achieved, Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary What led you to pursue the priesthood? The real presence of Christ in the Eucharist and the reality of the Holy Sacrifice of

Deacon Scott M. Kopp Family: Father: David Kopp, retired steel worker Mother: Mary Lou Comignaghi, works at county Credit Union Step-Father: Michael Comignaghi, Insurance Company Brother: David Kopp, financial officer, Superior Clay Corp. Sister-in-Law: Molly Kopp, owns design firm Step-brothers and wives: Heath and Brandy Comignaghi Jason and Virginia Comignaghi