Eight to be ordained permanent deacons for Baltimore Archdiocese

May 04, 2017
 
By Paul McMullen

pmcmullen@CatholicReview.org

Twitter: @ReviewMcMullen

Eight men will be ordained permanent deacons for the Archdiocese of Baltimore May 6 at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Homeland. Archbishop William E. Lori will preside at the 10 a.m. liturgy.

The eight married men include three veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces, a deputy fire chief in Anne Arundel County, a convert to the Catholic faith, and one whose father is a permanent deacon in Arizona.

Biographical capsules, using information supplied by the archdiocese and the men themselves, follow.

 

Scott Anderson

Age: 51

Home parish: St. Katharine Drexel, Frederick

Family: Wife Carrie and seven children, Elizabeth, Michael, Lee, Zoe, Daniel, Nicholas and Matthew

Internships: Frederick Rescue Mission; St. Ann, Hagerstown

Now you know: A 24-year veteran of the U.S. Navy, Anderson is an IT Specialist with the Department of Veterans Affairs

 





Mark Cohagan

Age: 55

Home parish: St. Mark, Catonsville

Family: Wife Claire and three children, Kathryn, Corinne and Joseph

Internships: Mercy Medical Center; Catholic Community of South Baltimore

Now you know: Cohagan is director of operations at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville. He was raised Lutheran and came into the church in 2001.

 







Philip Czajkowski

Age: 60

Home parish: Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Baltimore

Family: Wife Camilla and two children, Scott and Steven

Internships: Johns Hopkins Bayview; St. Alphonsus Rodriguez, Woodstock

Now you know: A veteran of the U.S. Army, Czajkowski is a cyber security engineer



 

Frank Hayden III

Age: 53

Home parish: St. Paul, Ellicott City

Family: Wife Martha and two children, Margaret and Faith

Internships: University of Maryland Medical Center; Catholic Community of Ascension, Halethorpe, and St. Augustine, Elkridge

Now you know: Retired from the U.S. Air Force, Hayden is completing his master’s at St. Mary’s Ecumenical Institute

 





Kevin Hostutler

Age: 48

Home parish: St. Louis, Clarksville

Family: Wife Coleen and five children, Stephen, Kathryn, Matthew, Daniel and Sean

Internships: Stella Maris; Resurrection, Ellicott City

Now you know: Hostutler is the president of a Columbia-based software company. His father, Jim, is a permanent deacon in the Diocese of Phoenix

 







Bruce Hultquist

Age: 57

Home parish: St. Joseph, Fullerton

Family: Wife Mary Ann and three children, Robert, Trevor and Abigail

Internships: St. Margaret, Bel Air; Metropolitan Transition Center and Baltimore City Correctional Center

Now you know: Hultquist is the director of Redemptorist Cemeteries in the Archdiocese of Baltimore. 



 



Timothy Mikules

 Age: 51

Home parish: Our Lady of Sorrows, West River

Family: Wife Kelly and daughter Rebecca

Internships: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Crofton; St. Agnes Hospital

Now you know: Mikules is a deputy fire chief in the Logistics Bureau of the Anne Arundel County Fire Department




 

Joseph Wolf

Age: 53

Home parish: St. Peter, Libertytown

Family: Wife Kathy and four children, Andrew, Johnathan, Christopher and Sarah

Internships: St. Katharine Drexel; Western Maryland Hospital Center in Hagerstown

Now you know: Wolf is a network administrator for Frederick County Bank