Fr. Tim Brown, S.J.
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Fr. Brown co-founded the Center for Community Service and Justice and helped pioneer service-learning at Loyola University Maryland. He played leading roles in establishing Baltimore’s Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Sisters Academy of Baltimore, the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s Readers and Scholars program, and other educational programs that helped children from low-income families in New York City get into top college preparatory and boarding schools all along the East Coast. He also served as Provincial for The Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus.
In addition to assuming the role of interim director, Fr. Brown continues to serve as Special Assistant to the President for Mission Integration and Associate Professor of Law, Sellinger School of Business and Management. Originally from Ohio, Fr. Brown has embraced the Loyola community as his home.
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Mr. George P. Miller, an alumnus of Loyola, is the associate director of Campus Ministry and coordinates the worship life of the Loyola community. As the founder of the Loyola University Chapel Choir, he brings nearly thirty years experience as a pastoral musician in both parish and campus ministry. Mr. Miller is a former chair of the Campus Ministry section of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians, and currently serves as music resource consultant for the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities Campus Ministry Conference, as well as a consultant for the Archdiocese of Baltimore Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. Mr. Miller has served as an adjunct faculty member at St. Mary’s Seminary and University and is currently a faculty member of Music Ministry Alive – a formational summer institute for young adult pastoral musicians. His formal study includes undergraduate degrees in theology (Loyola College in MD), voice and music education (Towson University), a M.A. in vocal pedagogy and conducting (University of Maryland), as well as continuing education in liturgical studies (University of Notre Dame). Mr. Miller is a professional singer, and has performed with many local and regional ensembles, including the Baltimore Choral Arts Society, and the Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis Opera Companies. No stranger to the kitchen or the wine cellar, he appreciates delectable cuisines, luscious wines, good books, a hard days work in the garden, and most of all, great friends to share the joys of living.
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Patrick joined Campus Ministry in July 2009. He is a grad from John Carroll University in Cleveland and The University of Dayton. After attending Carroll, he volunteered in Immokalee, Fla. with Humility of Mary Volunteer Service. At Loyola, Patrick coordinates the RCIA process and assists with retreats through the fall and spring semesters. He also works with student interns, and coordinates the Rostro de Cristo Immersion program to Duran, Ecuador. While forever a football player at heart, he has embraced running as a member of Back on My Feet Baltimore. He also enjoys taking the time to find a quality cup of coffee, and the company that comes with it.
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Kristin Witte returns home to Loyola having completed her undergraduate degree in theology here in 1995. After graduation, Kristin spent two years as a member of Teacher Service Corps (Americorps NCCC) volunteering in Washington, D.C. Following that, she was a parish high school youth minister at St. Bartholomew Parish in Bethesda, Md. for five years. Most recently, Kristin enjoyed serving the Archdiocese of Baltimore as the coordinator of pastoral care and social justice in the Division of Youth and Young Adult Ministry. In her role as an assistant director of Campus Ministry, Kristin coordinates the Connections Pre-Orientation program, Liturgical Ministries for Mass on campus, two First Year Retreats, the Women’s Retreat, and moderating the Loyola ALIVE. She will additionally coordinate intentional interfaith outreach and dialogue among the various faith communities on campus. Kristin also provides the programming for the Pre-Cana Marriage Preparation weekends. She has completed three master's degrees (teaching from Trinity University Washington, spiritual and pastoral care from Loyola University Maryland, and theology from St. Mary’s Seminary and University) and a Doctorate in Ministry with an emphasis in Pastoral Counseling from the Catholic University of America. Kristin is blessed to have met her best friend and husband Andy, ‘92, M.Ed.‘98, while they were both students at Loyola, and married him in Alumni Chapel.
John Murray, S.J.
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Fr. John Murray, S.J. is the newest member of Loyola's Campus Ministry team. Fr. Murray joins us from the New England Province where he has served in a variety of ministries over his 25 years as a priest. Most recently, Fr. Murray was the Director of Eastern Point Retreat House in Gloucester, MA. Fr. Murray has training in counseling and in the ministry of the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius Loyola. Fr. Murray has worked at both the secondary education level, as Principal of Bishop Connolly High School; and at the higher education level at Boston College, as the internal Consultant for Ignatian Spirituality. Fr. Murray looks forward to companioning with students, staff and faculty in searching through the spiritual gifts in their lives and in finding God in all things.
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Anne McSweeney is the program assistant for Campus Ministry. Prior to her arrival in February 2006, Anne worked as office assistant for Executive and Graduate Business Programs at the Timonium Campus, where she provided support for the Evening MBA and the Executive and Fellows Programs. Anne ensures that the day-to-day operations in the Campus Ministry office run efficiently, providing support to the staff and students, and serving as the primary contact person for public inquiries and internal requests. She also handles “We Remember” notices for deceased members of the campus community and their families, oversees the departmental budgets, coordinates student employee work schedules, payroll and helps to market Campus Ministry retreats and program events to the community through our website and Facebook venues. Anne brings a strong business background to her work at Loyola, having served previously as a shoe buyer/manager for Nordstrom’s department store, where she received extensive experience in buying, merchandising, negotiating with vendors, and advertising merchandise and events. The management part of her job included extensive experience training new managers and sales personnel in a variety of skills. Anne lives in Hunt Valley with her two children.