Father Kyle Ingels to leave campus ministry in June; will serve as Vicar General
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Father Kyle Ingels to leave campus ministry in June; will serve as Vicar General

By Veronica Ambuul

COLORADO SPRINGS. Bishop James Golka announced that Father Kyle Ingels, who has served as Director of Campus Ministry at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs (UCCS) since 2014, will complete his service in campus ministry in June 2024. Father Ingels will be appointed Vicar General for the Diocese of Colorado Springs effective July 1, 2024, with anticipated residence in a parish. A new Director of Campus Ministry will be announced in early May of 2024.  Father Ingels will continue serving as Vocations Director for the diocese.

Father Ingels has been the only Director of Campus Ministry at UCCS, as this ministry began in January of 2014 when Bishop Michael Sheridan named him as the first director. Formerly a priest of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., Father Ingels celebrated Mass for students at several temporary locations while overseeing the development of the St. John Henry Newman Chapel and Catholic Student Center at UCCS, which opened in February 2021.

“I want to thank Father Kyle for his generous and faithful service to the students, faculty and young adults at UCCS. The Newman Center has been a rich spiritual resource not only for the university but also for the entire diocese,” Bishop Golka said. “Father Kyle’s ministry as Vocations Director continues to be a great blessing for the diocese as he works to recruit and support our seminarians. I appreciate his time of service at the university, and I look forward to a new director continuing this tradition of faithful service.”

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