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Edward J. Quinlan

Secretary for Education

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Affiliations

Diocese of Harrisburg

Secretary of Education


Pennsylvania Catholic Conference

Moderator of the Education Committee


Mount Saint Mary's University of Emmitsburg , MD.

Board of Trustees


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www.hbgdiocese.org

Decorated doorways and classrooms celebrate the milestone anniversary of St. Joseph School in York, as Bishop Ronald Gainer and Father Edward Quinlan, Diocesan Secretary for Education, visit students during a tour of the school.
Decorated doorways and classrooms celebrate the milestone anniversary of St. Joseph School in York, as Bishop Ronald Gainer and Father Edward Quinlan, Diocesan Secretary for Education, visit students during a tour of the school.


www.hbgdiocese.org

"In the short time he was with us, he really gave us a renewed vision for Catholic education, and we hope to continue to move that vision forward," said Father Edward J. Quinlan, Diocesan Secretary for Education, who served as the principal celebrant and homilist for Mass that day.
He told the educators that Jesus Christ is the only one who can bring complete joy to a person. "Recall that the fundamental Christian understanding of the human person is that they're created in the image and likeness of God. All human dignity flows from this basic reality. Therein lies also our capacity for love, for wisdom and for true happiness," he said. "St. Augustine said, 'Our hearts are restless until they rest in you.' That was true in Augustine's time…and it is still true today about the children who are sitting before us," Father Quinlan said.


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Fr. Edward Quinlan, Secretariat of Education, frquinlan@hbgdiocese.org


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Jeffrey Piccola; David Pollard, Susquehanna International Group; Ana Puig, Co-Chair of Kitchen Table Patriots; Father Ed Quinlan, Secretary of Education, Harrisburg Diocese; Cynthia Richey, Director of Mt. Lebanon Library System; Richard Sand, Managing Partner of Sand & Saidel Law Firm; Dave Schulik, Shulick Law Offices; Carl Singley, Counsel, Ciardi, Ciardi and Astin; Karen Stout, President of Montgomery County Community College;


www.hbgdiocese.org

Each of the Diocese of Harrisburg's recipients receive a certificate of achievement, a $5,000 cash award, a Golden Apple with a 24-carat gold cross and an individual photo with Father Edward Quinlan, Secretary for Education for the Diocese of Harrisburg.


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