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IT TAKES TEAMWORK -- The Bishop O'Connor Catholic Pastoral Center in Madison is the site of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers football training camp in July and August. Here, Badgers practice on the O'Connor Center fields. In addition to using the fields, the Badgers use much of the facility, including the guest rooms, gym, dining room, and meeting rooms. It takes teamwork between the Badgers' staff and the O'Connor Center staff to ensure that the camp runs smoothly. The Badgers are one of the many groups who use the facility during the year. (Patrick Scullion photo)
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Three to be ordained transitional deacons
MADISON -- Three men will be ordained to the transitional diaconate for the Diocese of Madison on Friday, Aug. 23, at 7:30 p.m.
Bishop William H. Bullock will ordained Diego Otoniel Cuevas, James Matthew (Jay) Poster, and Brian Joseph Wilk to the transitional diaconate during a Mass in the Bishop O'Donnell Holy Name Memorial Chapel at the Bishop O'Connor Catholic Pastoral Center in Madison. Priests of the diocese will concelebrate. Full Story ...
MADISON -- A second allegation of inappropriate sexual conduct has been leveled at Fr. Kenneth Klubertanz, pastor at St. Patrick Parish in Lodi, Bishop William H. Bullock announced Aug. 16.
Klubertanz, who was put on administrative leave June 9 following the allegations of an inappropriate incident with a minor 27 years ago, has denied both allegations.
Bullock said he has referred both allegations to the recently-formed diocesan Review Board on Sexual Abuse. The five-member board, named by Bullock July 31 and chaired by retired Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Roland Day, is expected to meet for the first time shortly and will take up the allegations surrounding Klubertanz, who was ordained a priest in 1966. Full Story ...
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