Fr. Thomas Gramc
Fr. Thomas Gramc began working at Seton LaSalle in 2018. Fr. Tom grew up in the North Hills of Pittsburgh and attended St. Sebastian Parish Grade School, Central Catholic High School, and the University of Dayton. Earning a degree in Finance, he worked in the banking industry for two years before he entered St. Paul Seminary in Pittsburgh, where he studied for two years and was assigned by Bishop David Zubik to attend seminary at Pontifical North American College, Vatican City State. Studying in Rome for five years, Fr. Tom graduated from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas, Rome, with a Licentiate Sacred Theology, concentrating in Spiritual Theology in June 2018.
Ordained in 2017, he is currently assigned as a Parochial Vicar at St. Michael the Archangel Parish in Mt. Lebanon, Dormont and Scott, as well as part-time Co-Chaplain here at Seton LaSalle. He is very excited to be joining our school community again and looks forward to serving the students, faculty and staff as our Co-Chaplain. In this role, he will be responsible for serving the spiritual needs of our stakeholders and ensuring the preservation of our Catholic identity, including celebrating monthly liturgies, holding reconciliation services at least once each semester, and supervising the Campus Ministry program.