Scottish Laity Network: Conversation with Elizabeth Simcoe


Scottish Laity Network

Conversation with Elizabeth Simcoe

Thursday 29th April 7.00 – 8.30 pm

 Elizabeth Simcoe is currently the parish life director (lay leader according to Canon 517) for the Church of St. Vincent De Paul in Albany, NY.

You can read about her ministry in this article from the Jesuit Review, America – A day in the life of a lay Catholic woman who runs a parish

You can also watch this short YouTube movie –

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Elizabeth has presented at national and diocesan conferences, served on the Boards of the College of St. Rose, St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry and the Federation of Diocesan Liturgical Commissions and has been published in America, Pastoral Liturgy and the Albany Times Union among others. She has earned Masters of Arts Degrees from the College of St. Rose (English,) St. Bernard’s School of Ministry and Theology (Systematic Theology) and the University of Notre Dame (Liturgical Studies.) She has been married for forty-eight years to William and they have three children and five grandchildren.




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