Administration

Rev. Brian P. Kane, M.A., M.Div., S.T.B., B.A.

Dean of Men, Theological Seminary
(610) 785-6265
 
Father Brian Kane, Dean of Men of the Theology Division, is a graduate of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary and was ordained for the Diocese of Lincoln in 2000. Among other duties, he serves as Vice-Chair of the Theology Formation Committee, Moderator of Human Formation Conferences and is a Formation Advisor.
 
Father Kane brings to the seminary experience in a range of settings, as a parochial vicar, including work at the Newman Center at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, a pastor, and a high school teacher and administrator. He was principal, then superintendent of Bishop Neumann High School in Wahoo, Nebraska. A Lieutenant Colonel and Deputy State Chaplain in the Nebraska Army National Guard, he is a military chaplain and served two tours of duty in Iraq.
Education

U.S. Army           

U.S. Army Command & General Staff College, Leavenworth, KS (2014)

M.A.

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA (2000)

S.T.B. 

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA (2000)

M.Div.

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA (1999)

B.A.

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Wynnewood, PA (1996)

 
Professional Experience
 
Pastor, St. James Church, Mead, Nebraska, and Superintendent, Bishop Neumann High School, Wahoo, Nebraska (2011-2015)
 
Military Chaplain, 67th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, Contingency Operating Base Adder, Southeastern Iraq (2010-2011)
 
Pastor, St. George Church, Morse Bluff, Nebraska/Sacred Heart, Cedar Hill, Nebraska, and Principal, Bishop Neumann High School, Wahoo, Nebraska (2006-2010)
 
Military Chaplain, 67th Area Support Group, Al Asad Air Base, Al Anbar Province, Iraq (2005-2006)
 
U.S. Army Chaplain School, Ft. Jackson, S.C. (2003)
 
Parochial vicar and assistant diocesan vocation director, St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Center, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and teacher, Pius X High School  (2002-2005)
 
Parochial vicar, St. John Parish, Lincoln, Nebraska, and teacher, Pius X High School (2000-2002)