Fr. Mateljan retires from active ministry

  • Written by The Catholic Herald
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ST. FRANCIS — Fr. Roy A. Mateljan retired from active priestly ministry Aug. 31. Born in Milwaukee, he attended Saint Francis Minor and Major seminaries.
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Ordained May 20, 1967 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Fr. Mateljan served the parishes of St. James, Kenosha (1967-1969); St.
Agnes, Milwaukee (1969- 1970); and St. Patrick, Fond du Lac (1970-1972).

In 1972 Fr. Mateljan served at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee campus ministry and later as the director of d o w n t o w n campus ministry in 1977, and in 1978 he also became the archdiocesan director of campus ministry.

Fr. Mateljan served at Sacred Heart, Fond du Lac (1981- 1983); St. Wenceslaus, Ripon, as coordinator of campus ministry in Ripon (1981-1984); at St. George, Kenosha (1984- 1990); St. Stephen, Milwaukee (1990-1992); St. Therese, Kenosha (1994); St. Kilian,
Hartford (1994); St. Catherine, Mapleton (1994); Immaculate Conception, Sheboygan (1995); and chaplin at Marian College, Fond du Lac (1995-2000).

He was chaplain of the pastoral care department at St. Luke’s Medical Center (2003- 2007); assisting priest at St. Dominic, St. Clement, and Holy Name, Sheboygan (2007-2008); and chaplain at Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee (2008-2009).

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