All Press Releases for June 30, 2022

Today's the Day: Rev. Richard Klingeisen Retires From the Priesthood After 50 Years of Faith and Service, Special Legacy Episode of 'A Life of Giving' Premieres

Highly influential Wisconsin pastor and educator, Rev. Richard Klingeisen is celebrating his retirement after 50 years in the priesthood with a new, retrospective, special episode of his beloved web series, A Life of Giving.

I'll listen to the spirit of God.

    REEDSVILLE, WI, June 30, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Today marks Rev. Richard Klingeisen's well-earned retirement from the priesthood, following 50 years of faith and service. Ordained in 1972, Rev. Klingeisen has been a pastor and educator at St. Mary Parish, Clarks Mills and St. Michael Parish, Whitelaw (the combined grade school is called St. Mary/St. Michael). Klingeisen has participated in the healthcare ministry and has served on many boards. His nonprofit activity is well documented, as is his tireless charity involvement. Richard Klingeisen is a pillar of his community, respected and beloved. He has helped thousands of folks locally and countless people all over the world.

On the topic of his retirement and where he expects this new chapter of life to take him, Rev. Klingeisen has stated plainly: "I'll listen to the spirit of God."

Rev. Klingeisen's life and faith is also being celebrated today with the release of a special, retrospective legacy episode of his acclaimed podumentary series, A Life of Giving. It is a broad, sweeping look back at nearly four years of the show, during which time Rev. Klingeisen has covered many topics including crime, right to life issues, religious liberties, the pandemic, and so much more. His calm, self-assured, never-judgmental tone has drawn in visitors from all parts of the globe. In this installment, Klingeisen fields questions about each past episode, updating and informing the audience on a variety of topics for these modern times. Avid and casual fans of the program will find a lot to like about this very special episode.

Facing retirement, Rev. Klingeisein's day-to-day duties will naturally get scaled back a bit, but his show will only continue to develop as he prepares for a third season after this current one ends. Overall, Klingeisen's devotion to his faith and helping others is always on full display--it is his life's work--and will remain so as he enters this exciting, new phase of life.

For more information about Rev. Richard Klingeisein please click here.

To watch his podumentary series click here.

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