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Damian J. Ference

Priest

Diocese of Cleveland

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Diocese of Cleveland

1404 E. 9Th St.

Cleveland, Ohio,44114

United States

Company Description

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cleveland was founded on April 23, 1847. Under the leadership of the Most Reverend Richard Lennon, bishop of Cleveland, it is the twenty-third largest diocese in the United States. The diocese encompasses the counties of Cuyahoga,...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder and Director

Tolle Lege Summer Institute


Graduate Student In the School of Philosophy

Catholic University of America


Contributor

Commonweal Magazine


Parochial Vicar

Saint Mary Parish


Affiliations

Borromeo Seminary

Assistant Professor of Philosophy


Flannery O'Connor Society

Lifetime Member


Education

Borromeo Seminary/John Carroll University


M.A.

Saint Mary Seminary


M.Div.

Graduate School of Theology


Web References(61 Total References)


Browsing News Entries | Catholic Social Workers' National Association

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Fr. Damian Ference, a priest in the Diocese of Cleveland, reflects on the news.
Today, Fr. Damian Ference introduces a contemporary musician, Parker Millsap, who sings often about sin and redemption, light and darkness, violence and repentance.


Browsing News Entries | Catholic Social Workers' National Association

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According to Fr. Damian Ference, one of the best things about being a priest is probably one of the best things about being a parent - watching your kids do better than yourself.


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The Tolle Lege Summer Institute owes its origin to the initiative of Fr. Damian Ference, a Catholic priest of the Diocese of Cleveland and a professor of philosophy at Borromeo Seminary, the college seminary of the Diocese of Cleveland.


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Rev. Damian Ference, M.Div., M.A., Ph.L.
Institute Director Fr. Damian J. Ference graduated from Borromeo Seminary/John Carroll University in 1998 and Saint Mary Seminary in 2003. Ordained a priest for the diocese of Cleveland, he served as parochial vicar at Saint Mary Parish in Hudson, Ohio from 2003-2007 and earned a licentiate in philosophy at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC in 2009. He writes regularly for Fr. Robert Barron'sWord on Fire blog, and his articles have appeared in America, Catholic Universe Bulletin,Commonweal, Dappled Things, Emmanuel, FirstThings.com, Homiletic and Pastoral Review, Human Development, Pastoral Life, Seminary Journal, The Priest, and U.S. Catholic. He is also a lifetime member of the Flannery O'Connor Society. Currently Fr. Ference is part of the formation faculty at Borromeo Seminary, where he is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy.


Browsing News Entries | Catholic Social Workers' National Association

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But Fr. Damian Ference reminds us of the two saints featured on the Church's official calendar, Cyril and Methodius, showing how they model effective evangelization.


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