Pastoral Staff

Reverend Leo Wehrlin

Reverend Simon Mino

Dr. Robert Cuttica, Deacon

Deacon Cuttica has been a member of Saint Christine Church since 1980. He was ordained a deacon in 1990 and has worked with the Adult Formation and Education Committee, and Parent Sacramental Prep.

Dr. Cuttica is a retired Orthopedic Surgeon. He is married to Dr. Pat Miller and is the father of three children.



Mr. Ron Goulish – CAGO, BSM, Director of Music

Ronald Goulish and his wife, Cindy, are life-long members of the parish. He has worked as an organist and choirmaster since 1963.

Since 1990, Mr. Goulish has been the full-time parish Director of Music. He completed his Bachelor of Sacred Music Degree at GTF. He is professionally certified by the American Guild of Organists as Colleague, and served as the dean of the local chapter. He is also a member of the National Pastoral Musician Guild and Director of Music Ministries Division.



Colleen BoyleMrs. Colleen Boyle – Director of Faith Formation

Colleen Boyle began serving Saint Christine Parish in 1977 as Youth Minister. She expanded her role to Director of Faith Formation, and currently handles the catechetical instruction for grades PK-8 and the sacramental preparation for both our parochial- and public-school children. Mrs. Boyle received her BA from Youngstown State University and Religious Education Certification from the Diocese of Youngstown. She also served on the faculty of John F. Kennedy High School in Warren.



Mr. Ron Layko, Deacon

Deacon Layko has been a member of the parish since 1962. He is a retired engineer. He was ordained to the Diaconate in 1986, and serves as Spiritual Director for “Christ Renews His Parish.”

Deacon Layko is married to Nancy and is the father of two children, and grandfather of four.



Mr. Mark Kiraly, Deacon


Mr. Martin Davies, Deacon


Matthew Humerickhouse, Seminarian

My name is Matthew Humerickhouse and my home parish is St. Michael the Archangel. I was born and raised in Canton, Ohio and attended Jackson High School prior to studying theology and philosophy at Walsh University. During the summer breaks while at Walsh I worked as a landscaper for a small local company, which conveniently worked well with my love of the outdoors. I have one brother, Jeff, who is three years my junior.

My desire to pursue the priesthood began in fourth grade when a priest came to my religion class and gave a vocation talk. There were many ups and downs in my journey but, in time, I had the courage to answer the call and now I am looking forward to spending my internship year at your lovely parish.

Mr. Wally Carpenter – Principal