Tim Glemkowski has worked in various roles in evangelization including teaching high school theology, youth and young adult ministry at a parish, and as a director of evangelization and catechesis. He double-majored in theology and philosophy at Franciscan University of Steubenville and has his Master's in Theology from the Augustine Institute in Denver, CO. In addition to his full-time parish work, he travels around the country giving retreats and talks. His favorite thing to do is hike up mountains with his wife Magdalene and one-year old daughter, Eva.
Director of Missions
Jason Theobald has been a full time Director of Youth Ministry for the past 5 years, the last 3 at St. Mary's Parish in Huntley, IL. Along with that, he has worked for 7 summers as a facilitator for the Franciscan LEAD Outreach Program of the Steubenville Youth Conference, being a LEAD Director the past 4 summers. He graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and History, and while at Franciscan University he engaged in various ministry roles both on campus and in outreach off campus through the university. Jason is most proud, though, of his beautiful wife Sarah and his newborn son, Noah.
Co-Director of Project 5.41
Maggie Glemkowski graduated from Franciscan University of Steubenville with a BA in Biology and went on to receive her bachelor's in nursing through the accelerated program at SUNY-Binghamton. She has worked as a critical care nurse for four years and loves hiking in the mountains with her husband, Tim, and daughter, Eva.
Co-DirectoR of Project 5.41
Jill Duran graduated in three years with her BA in Theology and Catechetics from Franciscan University of Steubenville before taking a job as the Executive Director of the John Paul II Renewal Center, an apostolate dedicated to spreading the teachings of the Theology of the Body. She has been a popular youth, young adults, and women's ministry speaker since college, speaking at diocesan rallies, retreats, high schools, and everything in between. She spends many of her days chasing around her two year old daughter while holding her infant son.
Fr. Chris DiTomo