Welcome Patrick and Sean

Posted by Spalding Hurst

June 15, 2021

Two summer volunteers, Sean Sullivan (right) and Patrick Dooley (left), who are recent graduates from the University of New Haven in Connecticut, are living on campus and serving through the Lay Mission Volunteer Program. During the months of June and July they will be serving in Louisville helping with the renovation of a women’s shelter, in Chaplin and Beattyville, Kentucky, building a porch and ramp for individuals in need, and in Bellaire, Ohio, helping with the repainting of a school. When not helping with the volunteer program, Sean and Patrick will be volunteering their time with our grounds and maintenance departments. We are pleased that these two outstanding young men chose to spend their summer with us!


  1. Luke

    Thank you so much for giving of your time and talent to our community..
    You both have been such a joy to work with these past couple of weeks.

  2. Eugenie Coakley, scna

    Excellent! I hope you enjoy your time working on these projects and also come to feel the Spirit on campus!

  3. Sarah Ferriell

    Thanks for coming on board and welcome to a summer of surprise blessings. Sarah Ferriell

  4. Sarah Ferriell

    Thanks for coming on board at Nazareth and being open to blest experiences. Sarah Ferriell

  5. Liz

    Great collaboration!!
    Welcome aboard!

  6. Rosemarie Kirwan

    Welcome to both of you, Sean and Patrick. May you have a delightful summer here at Nazareth with us. I look forward to meeting you as you work with our grounds and maintenance men.


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