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If you are interested in learning more about the priesthood contact:
 
Office of Priestly Vocations
Cathedral Square Center
360 Division Ave. S.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
 
Rev. Ronald D. Hutchinson
Director of Priestly Vocations
Phone: 616-243-0491 Ext. 1547
Email: rhutchinson@dioceseofgrandrapids.org
 
Father Ron is a graduate of St. Mary Seminary and University and was ordained to the priesthood on September 24, 1994 at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew by the Most Reverend Robert J. Rose.
 
In addition to his duties as director of priestly vocations, Father Ron is the director of continuing formation for priests. His previous assignments in chronological order are: pastor at Holy Redeemer Parish in Jenison, pastor at St. Patrick Parish in Parnell, associate pastor at Holy Spirit Parish in Grand Rapids and associate pastor at St. Francis de Sales Parish in Muskegon. He was appointed administrator of the Basilica of St. Adalbert-St. James Parish and St. Mary Parish in Grand Rapids by Bishop Walkowiak beginning July 9.
 
 
Rev. Stephen J. Durkee
Associate Director of Priestly Vocations
Phone: 616-243-0491 Ext. 1547
E-mail: sdurkee@dioceseofgrandrapids.org
 

​​Father Stephen is a graduate of the University of Saint Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota, and the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, Illinois. He was ordained to the priesthood on June 3, 2017 at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew by Most Rev. David J. Walkowiak and has served as parochial vicar (associate pastor) of Our Lady of Consolation Parish, Rockford, since July 2017.

 

 

Kim Keglovitz
Administrative Assistant
Phone: 616-288-0910
E-mail: kkeglovitz@dioceseofgrandrapids.org

Kim Keglovitz graduated with a Bachelor of Science from Central Michigan University with a major in English and a minor as a reading specialist as well as a secondary teaching certification in 1990. She taught at Croswell-Lexington Middle School on the east side of the state for 12 years and periodically worked for the State Department of Education as she earned a Master in Administration from Saginaw Valley State University and, with her husband, raised a young family. In 2002, Kim and her family moved to the Grand Rapids area, and she taught at Lowell High School for thirteen years and for a short time at Michigan State University. During that time, Kim specialized in developing service learning projects, assisting students to prepare work-related documents and college essays, and studying global issues with MSU Ph.D. students from other countries. She also ran the football concession stands and taught faith formation at St. Robert of Newminster Parish. After an early retirement, Kim volunteered to lead the rosary at Porter Hills and work in the faith formation office at St. Robert. Kim joined the diocesan office of priestly vocations as its administrative assistant in July 2018.