Reverend Thomas Campana, associate pastor
Father Tom Campana grew up on the northwest side of Chicago. He attended Saint Ferdinand Grammar School and Saint Patrick High School.
His seminary education began at Niles college of Loyola University where he received a B.A. In history and theology. His theological training was completed at Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein, Illinois.
Father Tom’s diaconate assignment was to Saint Ansgar Parish in Hanover Park. After ordination on May 14, 1980 his first assignment was to Saint Gall Parish on the southwest side. Over the years he has served as associate pastor at Saint Linus parish in Oak Lawn, Saint Thecla Parish and Our Lady, Mother of the Church Parish in Chicago, Saint Giles Parish in Oak Park, and Saint Pascal Parish in Chicago. He comes to Queen of All Saints from his most recent parish, Our lady of Mount Carmel, in the Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago.
Father Tom enjoys music, reading, and long walks. So, if you see him walking down the street, say ―hi!.