“The contemplation of unfractured minds:” Father Trevor Lontine (’14) Ordained on May 14th

On Saturday, May 14th, the Most Reverend Samuel J. Aquila, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Denver, ordained Deacon Trevor Lontine (’14) to the priesthood, making him the first Wyoming Catholic College alumnus to become a priest.

Trevor served as the College’s Admissions Director for a number of years before entering formation for the Archdiocese of Denver, and he sees clearly the impact his time at the College had on where he finds himself today.

“If there’s one thing about my time at Wyoming Catholic College that I’m most grateful for,” he says, “it’s an unfractured mind, a unified vision of the world. Today, many people struggle to trust the Church. As a man called to the priesthood, I need the wholeness of mind and heart to lead others to healing. To be men of healing for our times, to see man for who and what he is, we must have the contemplation of unfractured minds.”

Please keep Trevor in your prayers, that God may bless him and his priesthood, and that he may serve as a vessel of healing for his parishioners, setting their souls on fire with love for Christ.

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