Mark Mogilka brings more than 40 years of experience in diocesan offices to our clients. He began his distinguished career in campus ministry, Catholic Charities, and family ministry. The second half of his career has been spent working in diocesan and parish pastoral planning and leadership development. He has served seven different bishops over the years, and has done work or presentations in over 50 dioceses in the US, Canada and in Rome.
Mark is a recipient of the Yves Congar Award for extraordinary service, initiative and creativity in support of pastoral planning and/or council development. He was also named the 2017 Luzbetek Award winner from Georgetown University’s Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate.
Mark brings his experience and expertise in pastoral planning, consultation, facilitation, and leadership training and coaching to our clients. He also has deep insight into strategies for multiple parish pastoring. One of the things he likes best about Meitler is our history of delivering quality faith-based service to schools and parishes.
In his free time, Mark enjoys playing golf and pickle ball, traveling, and riding his motorcycle.
Did you know? Mark has recently combined two of his passions into a workshop for the Norbertine Center for Spirituality in his hometown, Green Bay, Wisconsin. The program is titled “Spirituality of Golf.”