July 13, 2011
Meet Father David Hasser
After his move to Zionsville, we checked in with Father Hasser to share a little bit with you about this new priest in town.
Seen a new face at Mass lately? Father David Hasser is the new Vocations Director for the Diocese of Lafayette-in-Indiana and is in residence here at Saint Alphonsus Liguori. One of his first projects as Vocations Director is overseeing Catholic University, a series of summer sessions aimed at deepening one’s confidence and faith in the Catholic Church – an exciting and informative program offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays through July at Guerin Catholic High School.
Having attended school at Saint Charles Borromeo College Seminary in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and Mount Saint Mary's Seminary in Emmitsburg, Md., Father Hasser served for four years as Associate Pastor at Saint Joan of Arc Parish in Kokomo, Ind. While at Saint Alphonsus, he will be involved with the Knights of Columbus, the Knights of the Holy Temple and Christ Renews His Parish (CRHP).
Here are a few more interesting facts abut this native Hoosier:
Favorite Color: Blue
Travels include: Costa Rica, Haiti, Italy, France and England
Hopes to visit: The Holy Land and Eastern Europe
Recent Reads: Medic! (autobiography of a WWII medic); The Spiritual Life of the Priest by Abbott Eugene Boylan
Top Song Choice: Gabriel's Oboe
Spends Free Time: Staying active - long-distance running, serious volleyball, ultimate frisbee, hunting, paddling and hiking
Father Hasser is here to serve all the vocational needs and programming for the diocese. He may be reached by emailing email@example.com or by calling 873.2885 x103.
Learn more about Catholic University
Visit the Office of Vocations