Monsignor T. Peter Ryan, PhD
Msgr. T. Peter Ryan, PhD, is a priest for the diocese for over 52 years. Father Peter Ryan was ordained June 2, 1962, and assigned to St. Joseph’s Church, Kings Park. In 1991, he became pastor of Queen of Martyrs. He expanded parish outreach at Queen of Martyr’s, adding such efforts as an employment network which assists unemployed people in job-seeking skills. He retired in 2010, but as one of the founding members of Living Waters Center, Monsignor Ryan continues to use his knowledge as an administrator and diocesan priest to guide and balance the spiritual/psychological components of the center.
Rev. Martin Klein
Reverend Martin Klein calls himself a completed Jew. He is a convert to Catholicism and was ordained to the priesthood in 1991. Assisting in its formation, Fr. Klein envisioned Living Waters Center as a counseling center where Catholics could receive sound psychological help under the lens of their faith with trained clinicians. Rev. Klein is now at Pius X residence.
Rev. Peter Kaczmarek
Rev. Peter Kaczmarek who was ordained in St. Peters basilica in 1962 and now currently pastor of St. Frances of Assisi in Greenlawn, helps to guide the staff of Living Waters by using his insights regarding sound theology and the increasing development of Christian virtues.