The office is open from Monday - Friday, with programs running seven days a week.
Director of the Clark Center: 914-323-5223
Mailing Address Sister Mary T. Clark, RSCJ Center Manhattanville College Spellman G-19 2900 Purchase Street Purchase, New York 10577
Craig Donnelly, Jr.
Director of the Mary T. Clark Center for Religion and Social Justice
914.323.5223 | Craig.Donnelly@mville.edu Craig Kevin Sevilla Donnelly Jr. Enthusiastic student affairs professional with 18+ years' experience in service learning, program design, and student outreach. High level skill set in program design and management. Dedicated team member who seeks opportunities to be involved in campus life, further an institution's mission, and work toward enhancing recruitment and retention. Strong background in innovative teaching and training techniques.
Muslim Chaplain Stephen Curto
Stephen Cúrto graduated from Rutgers University with a master’s degree in Religious Studies, with an emphasis in Islamic studies. He is currently pursuing an MPhil in Arabic and Qur’ānic studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Stephen has served as an adjunct at Rutgers Unveristy and Union County College, where he is currently a professor of Arabic in the department of Modern Languages. Professor Cúrto specializes in the study of Tafsīr (Qur’ānic exegesis) and subaltern voices in the Islamic exegetical tradition. He has published several peer-reviewed critical journal articles including in the Journal of Qur’ānic Studies.
Jewish Chaplain Rabbi Levi Welton
Levi Welton is a rabbi, psychiatric clinician, and United States Air Force chaplain who has served communities in Australia, Canada, South Africa, and the United States. He was a popular rabbi in the Hamptons and the senior rabbi of Lincoln Park Jewish Center. Rabbi Welton enjoys spending time with his family singing Shabbos songs and working to bring Moshiach.
Catholic Chaplain Father Fidelis
Born in Orsu-Ihiteukwa, Nigeria, Father Fidelis Okechukwu Ezeani was ordained to the Catholic Priesthood on August 21, 1999, in Orlu, Nigeria. Presently, he is a parochial vicar at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Lindenhurst, New York. Since his Ordination, he has been actively involved in parish, school and hospital ministries as well as in humanitarian services both in Nigeria and outside Nigeria. He was trained in Nigeria, the Philippines and the United States of America. He is a Board-Certified Chaplain with the National Association of Catholic Chaplains (NACC) of the United States of America. Father Fidelis is the founder and pioneer principal of Christ the King College (High School) Ndiakunwanta-Uno Arondizuogu, Nigeria, as well as the Founder and President of "Move Around With Us Incorporated" (MAWUI) a Non-Governmental (Non-Profit) Organization that promotes better life for people with disabilities. He holds a Diploma in Mass Communication (Journalism), Bachelor's Degrees in Philosophy and Theology, three master's Degrees in Theology with major in Pastoral Ministry, Religious Education and Theological Studies, and a Doctorate Degree in Theology (Pastoral).His priestly ministry is informed by his watchword: "gratitude", and his motto/guiding principle: "Never grow tired of doing what is good" (2 Thess. 3: 13). His hobbies include, reading, writing, singing, playing xylophone, artistic designs and drawings, playing table tennis (ping pong), etc.