Meet Our Team

Mission Statement

The primary focus of the Center for Ministry and Service at Regis is to foster and develop the spiritual life of students, faculty, and staff. While preserving the rich Catholic heritage of the College, the Center for Ministry and Service seeks to provide opportunities for persons of all faiths to grow spiritually.


Daniel Leahy, Director, Center for Ministry and Service
Office Location: Center for Ministry and Service, Saint Joseph Hall 4

781-768-7559

Dan joins us from Boston College where he served as a member of the Office of Campus Ministry and Office of Alumni Relations for the past 18 years. In addition to his recent work coordinating liturgy, pastoral care, and spiritual direction programs, Dan has managed a number of international and domestic service immersion trips and taught extensively in the First-Year Experience program. Dan holds a master’s degree in religious education and a post-master’s certificate in the practice of spirituality from the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, and a BA in philosophy and religious studies from Boston College.

In his new role, Dan and the Center for Ministry and Service staff will work with our student leaders, faculty, and staff to build a campus culture that reflects the values and vision of the Sisters of St. Joseph, provide opportunities for interfaith education, dialogue, worship, and sacramental preparation, offer a growing variety of domestic and global service and social justice programs, and continue to provide opportunities for community building and spiritual growth.


Anabella Morabito, Assistant Director, Center for Ministry and Service
Office Location: Center for Ministry and Service, Saint Joseph Hall 4

781-768-7429
anabella.morabito@regiscollege.edu

Anabella a native of Venezuela she recently joined the staff of Regis as the new Assistant Director of the Center for Ministry and Service. Before coming to Regis she served at St. Ignatius Parish in Chestnut Hill as the Assistant Director of Faith Formation, where she accompanied youth and their families through their faith journeys and provided opportunities for spiritual growth and personal development. Prior to her work at St. Ignatius she worked at St. Katharine Drexel - a parish in Miami, FL – where she planned a number of retreats and service trips, and facilitated multiple youth groups. Anabella holds a master’s degree in theology and ministry and a BA in religious studies and human and social development. In this new role, Anabella will work alongside the Director of the Center for Ministry and Service, Dan Leahy, to ensure that the Center promotes a culture reflective of the Sisters of St. Joseph’s values. She will focus particularly on the coordination and support of local, national, and international service and immersion opportunities for students, faculty, and staff.


Father Paul Kilroy, Catholic Chaplain/Campus Minister
Office Location: Center for Ministry and Service, Saint Joseph Hall 4

781-768-7063

Office Hours: Sundays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays

Father Paul KilroyFather Paul Kilroy joined the Center of Ministry & Service in 2007 as chaplain/campus minister. His previous experience in campus ministry was as chaplain at Northeastern University 1993-2001 as well as Salem State University in 1983. Father Paul currently resides at St. Anthony's Church in Allston. Father Paul received a BA from St. John Seminary as well as a master of divinity.


Jeff Parrish, Graduate Intern, Center for Ministry and Service
Office Location: Center for Ministry and Service, Saint Joseph Hall 4

Jeff is the new graduate intern in the Center for Ministry & Service. Jeff has been a part of the Center for 3 years, since being an undergraduate Intern his junior year. Jeff graduated from Regis in 2014 with an undergraduate degree in mathematics and management. Now in graduate school, Jeff is studying to become a teacher. In his free time, Jeff enjoys traveling and playing soccer. He coaches soccer at Framingham High School and works for the United States Soccer Federation as an equipment manager for the youth national teams. Jeff's dream is to open several soccer academies, which use soccer to promote education in areas of extreme poverty. Jeff is most looking forward to making connections with students in new places near and far!


Karen Márquez, Graduate Intern, Center for Ministry and Service
Office Location: Center for Ministry and Service, Saint Joseph Hall 4

Karen is the new graduate intern in the Center for Ministry and Service. Karen lives in Los Angeles, CA and comes from Salvadorian parents. She just graduated from Regis May of 2016; with a BA in Political Science concentrating in International Relations and acquired a minor in Communications which is now what she is obtaining her Masters in. This marks her 5th year here at Regis. Karen was the undergraduate intern her junior year and enjoyed everything about the Center and its ambiance. Karen wants to eventually become a United States ambassador or pursue a career in foreign relations. In her free time Karen teaches ESL classes to refugees, asylees, and to the greater immigrant population in Boston. She enjoys watching documentaries, listening to music, learning and advocating for social justice and human rights. Karen aspires to make change in our world in relations to social justice.

“I'm not saying I'm gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world.”
–Tupac Shakur

The Center for Ministry & Service

St. Joseph Hall Room 4
781-768-7027

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