Fr. Warren Dungen is a recently ordained Ukrainian-Greek Catholic priest for the Eparchy of Saskatoon who served 20 years of diocesan youth ministry before priesthood. He is married to his wife of 21yrs, Lori-Lou, and they have 4 sons. Fr. Warren grew up as a Roman Catholic and originally discerned his vocation with the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, attended Seminary of Christ the King in Mission. After 5 years, and leaving his discernment with the OMI’s, he returned to his initial passion of Youth Ministry, to work for the Roman Catholic Dioceses of: Alexandria, Mobile, and Prince Albert. In these years, Warren was privileged to organize and lead innumerable retreats, conferences, trainings, workshops, service projects, mission trips, pilgrimages, and liturgical celebrations. In 2012, Warren transferred his ascription to the Ukrainian Greco-Catholic Church (UGCC), to match that of his wife. In 2014, he left his position in Prince Albert, to attend Holy Spiritual Ukrainian Catholic Seminary. Fr. Warren has a B.A. in History from Concordia University of Edmonton, and a MDiv. in Eastern Christian Studies from Saint Paul University and the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute. He was ordained a deacon in January 2017, and a priest in July 2017. Fr. Warren now lives in Kamsack, SK, and serves the active parishes in Kamsack, Norquay, Wadena, Vesna, Benito, and Swan River.