Bill Ryan Announces Stepping Down as Archdiocese’s Secretary for Catholic Schools to be Superintendent in Charleston
William Ryan III, the Archdiocese of Washington’s secretary for Catholic schools for the past year and superintendent of the archdiocese’s Catholic schools for the previous four years, is stepping down from his post effective June 30 to become superintendent of Catholic schools in the Diocese of Charleston, South Carolina.
Ryan, announcing his decision April 14 in a letter to pastors and school leaders, said he made his decision with “a heavy heart.”
“The decision to leave this position was very hard,” he said in his letter. “I feel my time in the Archdiocese of Washington was the highlight of my career.”
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