REGINA — Retirements, a resignation and re-aligning of resources while awaiting the appointment of a new archbishop has resulted in a temporary reorganization for the Regina archdiocese office staff.
Support staff Diana Demaria will leave at the end of August and begin university studies to realize “my lifelong dream of becoming a teacher.” Receptionist Joan Fellinger adds support duties for archdiocesan theologian Dr. Brett Salkeld. Support staff Louise Molesky remains in her position and adds support duties for Social Justice, Youth and Pastoral Services ministries.
Teresa Whalen Lux retired June 30 as co-ordinator of the Resource Centre, and Sister Rufina Dubao has been hired on a temporary basis to look after the Resource Centre effective July 15. Co-ordinator for the Lay Formation and Evangelization Program Eric Gurash will help in the selection of material for the Resource Centre.
The support staff position as well as co-ordinator of the Resource Centre will not be filled until an archbishop is appointed and his vision of pastoral services is known.
The regional catechetical office in Esterhazy and the pastoral regional office in Swift Current are no longer in service, and a pilot program in Swift Current has been discontinued.
Rev. Lorne Crozon continues as diocesan administrator until the arrival of the new archbishop.