AshLee StrongDoug Andres
WASHINGTON—Reverend Patrick J. Conroy will step down as House Chaplain next month after seven years in the post. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) thanked Father Conroy for his service to the people’s House:

“As chaplain, Father Conroy has been a great source of strength and support to our community. He is deeply admired by members and staff. Father Conroy’s ministry here has made a difference, and we are all very grateful to him.”

NOTEThe House elected Father Conroy as its 60th House Chaplain on May 25, 2011. In the coming weeks, Speaker Ryan will consult with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) on a successor to Father Conroy.

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