Notre Dame Club holds communion breakfast
Friday, March 12, 2010
ST. MARGARET MARY DEANERY — Local alumni, current students, recently admitted high school seniors, and friends of the University of Notre Dame gathered recently at St. Xavier High School for the Notre Dame Club of Greater Cincinnati’s annual communion breakfast.
|Cincinnatians Tara, Bob, Marissa, Rob and Mary Beth Lucian with Father
Paul Kollman at the recent Notre Dame communion breakfast. (Courtesy
Holy Cross Father Paul Kollman, a Cincinnati native who graduated from Moeller High School and now teaches theology at Notre Dame, concelebrated the Mass with Jesuit Father Timothy Howe, president of St. Xavier High School. The event included the presentation of the club’s 2010 Exemplar Award to Kathleen (Thompson) Sullivan, a former Cincinnati resident who has been on the staff of the Notre Dame Alumni Association in South Bend since 1987. The award honored Sullivan for her exceptional contributions to Notre Dame graduates and friends around the world through her leadership of Notre Dame Alumni Association (NDAA) programs in the areas of continuing education and spirituality/service since 1987.
Sullivan grew up in Price Hill and graduated from both St. William Catholic School and Seton High School. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and secondary education in 1978 from the College of Mount Saint Joseph, and taught at Summit Country Day for two years before starting graduate school at Notre Dame.