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Fr. Joseph O'Connor

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Local Address: London, United Kingdom
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Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Co-Founder
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  • Co-Founder
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Education

  • Franciscan University at Steubenville
  • St. Mary's Seminary
  • Franciscan University , Steubenville
  • Steubenville
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syracusediscernment
www.vocations-syracuse.org, 9 Oct 2013 [cached]
Fr. Joe O'Connor
Director of Vocation Promotion
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Please direct all inquiries to Fr. Joe O'Connor at joconnor@syracusediocese.org
Diocese of Syracuse, NY - Catholic Sun Articles
www.syracusediocese.org, 12 May 2006 [cached]
Father Joseph O'Connor attended Steubenville before his seminary studies at St. Mary's in Baltimore. He explained that what distinguishes Steubenville is its commitment of the student body to Catholicism. "It's 2,500 undergraduates who are just saying, 'We want to be different, we want to change the world, we take our faith seriously and we're going to hold each other up to living that out,'" said Father O'Connor, the Syracuse Diocese's director of the Office of Vocation Promotion.
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Father O'Connor said that a second visit to the school strengthened his resolve to enroll at Steubenville. As a senior in high school, he went to Steubenville to visit friends. When he arrived at the dormitory, his friend's roommate said he was a member of an off-campus fraternity and offered to stay there so that Father O'Connor would have a bed to sleep in while he stayed at Steubenville. However, the next morning, Father O'Connor found the student sleeping on the floor in a room a across the hall.
When Father O'Conner asked him why he'd done that, the student replied, "I wanted you to feel at home, Joe.
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"It just set the tone that there's something different about the community there that people want you to be welcomed," Father O'Connor said. When he told his parents he was interested in attending Steubenville, Father O'Connor said they were less than enthusiastic. "They said, 'It's six hours away and in the middle of Ohio and it might not be the real world. I don't know if I want you to be a part of that,'" Father O'Connor said.
At his parents' urging, Father O'Connor visited other Catholic schools closer to home. Finally Father O'Connor's parents accompanied him to Steubenville and they were equally impressed with its community environment. "At the end of the tour, my Dad said, 'I noticed around this campus that people really care about you. I've been around the world and you don't get that in a lot of places. I'd love for you to go to school here.' Then I had my parents' blessing to go to college. That's what led me to the college," Father O'Connor said.
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Father O'Connor was considering entering the priesthood during his years at Steubenville, but he was also interested in pursuing a career as a history teacher. He said the theology and philosophy classes he attended alongside history classes provided an underpinning that supported him through the seminary.
"I'm really glad I took philosophy and theology because it really was a sure, firm foundation for my time at seminary," he said. He also noted that the school's "households program" was a life-changing experience. "Men's and women's groups come together - 10 to 20 young men, all of different grades - commit their lives together to pray together, to share what's going on in their lives. But while fraternities often pull you down to the lowest common denominator - partying or beer or whatever - households pull you up to the highest common denominator - being better about your life, taking your holiness seriously, getting up for church and praying together. That accountability changed my life," Father O'Connor said.
Catholic men between the ages of ...
www.catholiccourier.com, 21 May 2013 [cached]
Catholic men between the ages of 17 and 40 who are considering a possible calling to the priesthood are invited to attend a May 30 dinner with Father Joe O'Connor, vocations director for the Diocese of Syracuse.
During the 4th-Annual Bishop's Dinner, Father O'Connor will talk about the plan God had for his life. Father O'Connor was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Syracuse in 2005. An avid athlete, he completed his first Iron Man Triathlon in 2011 in just under 13 hours. Even more than sports, Father O'Connor enjoys serving God's people as a diocesan priest, and he's looking forward to sharing his experiences with the young adults at the Bishop's Dinner.
Father Joseph O'Connor, ...
www.oneidadispatch.com, 26 June 2012 [cached]
Father Joseph O'Connor, vocations director for the Syracuse Diocese, challenged the class to participate actively and courageously in the struggle to transform the culture, to reflect the light of Christ to the world, and to stand up for religious freedom.
Syracuse Diocese
www.syracusediocese.org, 3 July 2010 [cached]
Rev. Joseph O'Connor, Director joconnor@syracusediocese.org
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