LifeRoc Team

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LifeROC Team

sstackSuzanne Stack
Life Issues Coordinator: oversees LifeRoc
phone: (585) 328 – 3228, ext. 1304

Suzanne Stack is the Life Issues Coordinator for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rochester.  She is responsible for education and advocacy supporting the inherent dignity of human life from the moment of conception to natural death. Suzanne works with the Diocesan Public Policy Committee and the New York State Catholic Conference to advocate for life issues, developing issue campaigns and meeting with state legislators. She is also active in Feminists for Non-Violent Choices of New York, and annually participates in the local 40 Days for Life campaign.  Suzanne previously worked in parish ministry at Guardian Angels in Henrietta for nine years, then at Nativity in Brockport for three years. She is a graduate of Buffalo State College and received her Master of Arts in Theology at Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. She is currently studying for her Master of Divinity degree at St. Bernard’s School of Theology and Ministry and is scheduled to graduate in May of 2017.



Diana Johnson
LifeROC Website Content Writer & Curator

Diana assists the Life Issues Coordinator in writing new content for LifeRoc, and gathers relevant information to support the Pro-Life community in the twelve county region of the Diocese of Rochester. Diana is passionate about human rights and the issue of domestic, sexual, and child abuse, and strives to assist young men, women, children and families who are looking for God’s Will in their lives. She dedicates her work on LifeRoc to her deceased children, Michael & Maria.




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LifeRoc Web Developer


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