Deacon Greg Diciaula
Deacon Greg Diciaula is a Marquette High School and Marquette University graduate. He was ordained as a permanent Deacon for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee on June 13, 2009 by Bishop Richard J. Sklba.
For 30 years, Deacon Greg has been the Director of Instructional Media for the Department of Anesthesiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin. His responsibilities include coordinating and producing all phases of educational, instructional and audiovisual media within the resident/student training program. Being part of a team responsible for training or supporting the education of doctors, who in turn will provide medical care for needy patients, is very satisfying for him.
A deacon plays a unique role in the community. On the one hand, he is an ordained minister of the Church personifying the sacramental sign of service that each of us are called to become by virtue of our own baptism. On the other hand, he is a husband and father, wage earner, homeowner, and neighbor. He remains a part of the fabric of his community's everyday life experiences with all its routines, joys and difficulties. The deacon bridges the gap between the Church and society, bringing the presence of the Church and Jesus Christ into the workplace, the home, and the community.
Deacon Greg looks forward to serving his faith family here at St. Dominic Catholic Parish. He hopes the example of his commitment will encourage others to follow, and that together with faith and trust in God, we can bring the light of the Gospel and the love of Jesus to a world desperately in need of His presence.