David Hodges installed as 18th dean of Christ Cathedral in Salina, KS

The Saint Francis Foundation
Posted May 3, 2018

The Very Reverend David Hodges was installed as the 18th dean of Christ Cathedral in Salina, Kansas, during a special service on April 26. The Rt. Rev. Michael Milliken, Bishop of Western Kansas, performed the installation.

Fr. Hodges is also president of The Saint Francis Foundation and Chief Development Officer for Saint Francis Community Services. Prior to his January 1 appointment to dean, he served for 10 months as provost of Christ Cathedral.

Before joining Saint Francis, Fr. Hodges served as vice president for external affairs at Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School in Birmingham, Alabama. He also served as rector of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and the Episcopal Church of the Holy Comforter in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Fr. Hodges earned his master of divinity from the Episcopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest, a Master of Science degree in criminal justice from the University of Alabama, and a Bachelor of Science degree from Samford University.

About The Saint Francis Foundation
The mission of The Saint Francis Foundation is to support the mission of Saint Francis Community Services in providing hope and healing to children and families. Learn more at TheSaintFrancisFoundation.org.

About Saint Francis Community Services
Saint Francis Community Services is a donor-supported, faith-based, child and family, community-based service provider that has been a voice of hope for children and families since 1945. Our mission is to provide healing and hope to children and families. For more information about Saint Francis, visit www.st-francis.org or call 1-800-423-1342.


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