Located in Room 217 of the Robert V. LaPenta Student Union
Hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Phone: (914) 637-2772
Fr. Frank joined the Office of Mission and Ministry as the full-time College Chaplain in January, 2009. He presides at the Sunday Liturgy on Sunday evenings at 7:00 pm in the Arrigoni Center and at most of the daily liturgies Monday Thursday at 12 noon in Blessed Edmund Ignatius Rice Chapel. He coordinates the RCIA program. He also works closely with the Liturgy Committee and as the Spiritual Advisor to the Kairos Retreat Team.
Fr. Frank first professed his vows as a Carmelite in 1971 and was ordained a Catholic priest in 1976. Before coming to Iona, he spent most of his life in ministry to young people in various places as a teacher, formation director, campus minister and most recently as Pastor at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Middletown NY.
Master of Arts: Washington Theological Union, Washington DC
Bachelor of Arts: Catholic University, Washington DC
History Teacher: St. Alberts Jr. Seminary, Middletown NY
Assistant Director of College Formation: Carmelite Formation Program, Norwalk CT
Assistant Chaplain: FDR Veterans Hospital, Montrose NY
Teacher/ Campus Minister: Pope John Paul II High School, Boca Raton FL
Spiritual Director of Youth Office: Diocese of Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens FL
Vocation Director: Carmelite Vocation Office, Middletown NY
Member of Retreat House Staff: Mt. Carmel Retreat Center, Williamstown MA
Associate Chaplain: Williams College, Williamstown MA
Director of Campus Ministries: Christian Brothers University, Memphis TN
Catholic Campus Minister: Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton FL
Co-Director of Formation: Whitefriars Hall, Washington DC
Pastor: Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish, Middletown NY
Chaplain: Office of Mission and Ministry, Iona College
You can contact Fr. Frank for an appointment, Sacrament of Reconciliation, or just to chat.
Phone: (914) 633-2630
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