Our Clergy

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For pastoral needs or emergencies, contact our parish clergy. Fr. Cunningham may be reached by leaving a message during the day at (262) 646-2727.  If you would like us to contact you, use our Contact Us page to let us know how to reach you.





Bishop of Milwaukee - The Right Reverend Steven A. Miller

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Parish Priest - Fr. Philip Cunningham

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Fr. Cunningham serves as the Priest in Charge at St. John Chrysostom in Delafield. In addition he is the Associate Dean for Administration at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. Prior to coming here he served parishes in the Diocese of West Texas in McAllen and San Antonio.
He was born and raised in Fresno, California and did his undergraduate work at Santa Clara University and Albert Ludwigs Universitaet (in Freiburg, Germany) majoring in English and German. After discovering no one wanted to hire English and German majors he attended graduate school at Vanderbilt University where he received an MBA in accounting and finance. He worked for ten years in finance including stints at Alcoa, Foster Farms and Children’s Hospital Central California. He graduated from Nashotah House in 2008. He met his wife Amy during their freshman year in college and they have now been married for over eighteen years. They have two children.
In addition he enjoys traveling, reading, walking long distances and has an obscure attachment to German engineering (especially automotive). He loves living in Wisconsin and has even embraced the winter.

Honorary Associate - Fr. Robert Seay

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Hometown:  Lebanon, Ohio.College:  University of Kentucky. Seminary:  Nashotah House. Family:  Wife Carol, four children, six grandchildren, four great grandchildren. Other jobs before entering priesthood:  Art Director, Kraft Foods. Favorite book:  Bible. Favorite movie:  Quiet Man w/ John Wayne. Favorite activities: Sailing, fishing, camping. (NOTE: If you enjoy "Irish Humor", this is the man to see.  There is open debate within the parish if people listen so closely to Fr. Seay's sermons because of their inspiring moral lessons, or because we all know there is a great 'one liner' coming soon.)
 

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