Jonathan Boardman, Chaplain,
has been Chaplain
at All Saints' since November 1999. Educated at Oxford, Cambridge and the Pontifical
Gregorian University, Rome, he was ordained in Liverpool where he served his curacy.
Precentor of St Albans Cathedral between 1993 and 1996, he then served as Team Rector
of Catford and Downham, and Rural Dean of East Lewisham, both in South London. Since
working in Rome he developed the role of Senior Tutor at the Anglican Centre, playing
a part in the planning and delivery of the Centre's annual academic programme. He
contributes an occasional diary piece to the Church Times. He has written two books:
Umbria: A Cultural History in 2012 and Rome, a Literary and Cultural Companion (second
edition ) in 2006 – both published by Signal. He has been canon of Malta Cathedral
since 2007. He was Archdeacon for Italy and Malta from 2009 to 2015 and he served
on the General Synod of the Church of England from 2005 -2010. He is currently also
Priest in Charge of St Anthony Anglican Church, Padova.
The Revd Dana English
is Assistant Curate at All Saints. Dana was ordained
as a Presbyterian minister in 1984 in Washington, D. C. She served in two congregations:
Georgetown Presbyterian Church in Washington and Old First Presbyterian Church in
San Francisco. In the summer of 2009 she, her husband Tom Whalen and two sons, Sam
and Michael, moved to Rome. Dana and her family began to attend All Saints at Easter
of 2010; she was ordained in the Anglican tradition as a deacon in June of 2012
and priest one year later. Dana has oversight of the Christian Education program
at All Saints and a particular ministry to families and young persons. She is in
charge of Sunday School for younger and older children and classes for adults offered
weekly. Dana has taught five confirmation classes at All Saints; she is the contact
person for both youth and adults interested in being confirmed in the Anglican tradition.
Each year she organises pilgrimages and retreats for the congregation to places
such as Spello/ Assisi and Subiaco. Preaching and the leading of worship are a major
part of her presence at All Saints, as well as pastoral care. Dana preaches and
presides regularly on Tuesdays at the Anglican Centre. Ecumenical projects have
included the restoration of the monastery garden of S. Gregorio al Celio, an ongoing
Anglican Centre course in womens leadership in the church through history, and the
art exhibition on the theme of reconciliation of Lefteris Olympios, a Cypriot painter,
to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Anglican Centre. Dana participates in
Churches Together in Rome, the association of English - speaking churches in Rome.
Evangelism and outreach are other focuses of her ministry.
Ordinand: James Hadley
James Thomas Hadley, a native of Illinois in the United States, has been a member
of the All Saints' Chaplaincy for four years. Prior to moving to Rome, he earned
his MA in Liturgical History and Sacramental Theology from The Catholic University
of America, Washington D.C. He then moved to Dublin where he completed his PhD in
Theology and pursued post-doctoral studies in Beni Culturali in the Eternal City.
His professional work includes teaching Liturgy and the Arts for The Catholic University
of America's study abroad programme, as well as designing and consulting for various
church renovation projects. He is a lay Oblate of Saint Benedict, taking to heart
the Rule of Benedict that encourages Christian discipleship: "prefer nothing to
Christ" , welcoming all as if each person were Christ himself. James currently serves
as a Church Warden at All Saints' and is an Ordinand in the Diocese in Europe.
Sunday School: Mala Salas
Choir Co ordinator
Newsletter: Thelma Mitchell
Fundraising: Jo Trippa
Flowers: Cherry Caldato
Administrator: A. Garofalo
Sexton: Khristian Abas
Maintenance: Andrew Albanese