Tony serves as director of the Norbertine Center for Spirituality.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in theology from St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, and a Master of Theological Studies degree from St. Norbert College.
Formerly Tony served as the director for youth ministry and then the director for lay ministry formation for the Diocese of Green Bay for 22 years. He continues to be active in social justice ministries and helped establish StreetLights Outreach, St. John the Evangelist Homeless Shelter, and the Micah Center (a daytime resource center in downtown Green Bay). He coordinates the Ministry Team at the shelter and serves on the Community Leadership Council for both the shelter and the Micah Center.
In his free time Tony enjoys walking, biking, reading, playing tennis in the abbey tennis league, and golfing. He is also an active member of the Norbertine Associates. Tony and his wife Janine live in west De Pere. They have two adult children, Andy and Meagan.
Spiritual Direction Coordinator
Public Relations Coordinator
Kathie serves as public relations coordinator at the Norbertine Center for Spirituality, where she is also a spiritual director and coordinates spiritual direction, in addition to offering presentations and retreats.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and St. Norbert College, she earned her Master of Theological Studies degree from St. Norbert College in 2012. Kathie formerly served as pastoral associate at Prince of Peace Catholic Community in Green Bay and continues her ministry as a chaplain at St. Mary’s Hospital. Kathie is a certified Meyers-Briggs Type Indicator® practitioner.
She and her husband Glen have three children. Life has taken Kathie to many places, but she feels completely in her element among the peacefulness of St. Norbert Abbey.
Ann serves as the Norbertine Center for Spirituality’s program coordinator.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in humanities while studying at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. In college she supplemented her degree with minors in women’s studies and American Indian studies.
Any free time is spent playing with her young daughter, going for walks with the family, tending her herb garden, and experimenting in the kitchen.
Sr. Lisa Alexander, SSJ-TOSF
Sr. Lisa serves as the Norbertine Center for Spirituality’s administrative assistant. Her responsibilities include coordinating program and retreat reservations, greeting groups and retreatants, general hospitality, and publicity assistance.
Loretta (Lori) McKeough
Lori serves as a staff liaison for weekend retreatants at the Norbertine Center for Spirituality. Her primary roll entails greeting groups and retreatants and responding to their needs, ensuring that our weekend guests are comfortable throughout their stay.
In 1989 Lori received a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of South Carolina. She returned to the Green Bay area after living in Greenville, South Carolina, for 30 years. She credits her compassion for caring about and for others through not only her spiritual core, but also her experience as a leader and a caregiver with the nationally-recognized Stephen Ministries program.
In her free time she enjoys walks with her God, swimming, and biking.
Sr. Judy Miller, CSJ
Sr. Judy facilitates retreats and days of reflection at the Norbertine Center for Spirituality, providing various programs about prayer, faith, and women in the Church.
A member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, St. Louis Province, Sr. Judy studied at the Institute for Spiritual Leadership, Chicago, with advanced study in spiritual direction and retreat work. She holds a master’s degree in theology from Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota.
Sr. Judy has ministered in the Diocese of Green Bay for many years as parish director of St. Mary (Oshkosh, Wisconsin) and St. Lawrence (Navarino, Wisconsin), and as pastoral associate at Nativity of Our Lord (Green Bay). She also taught at St. Joseph Academy in Green Bay, offered presentations at numerous diocesan and parish events, and served on various diocesan and civic committees.
Her enthusiasm, deep faith, and love for people permeate her ministry and her daily life.