Fr. Carroll Receives AwardLaurence Tiblis
Congratulations to Fr. Michael Carroll, CM, director of the Miraculous Medal Shrine and recipient of Niagara University’s St. Vincent de Paul Award, for his years of dedication, support, and service to the university and the Vincentian family.
At Niagara University’s 2019 President’s Dinner, Friday, November 15, Fr. Michael J. Carroll, director of The Miraculous Medal Shrine and spiritual director of the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal, was recognized for his accomplishments and contributions to Niagara University and the Vincentian (Congregation of the Mission) community. The event, held at the Conference & Event Center Niagara Falls, is held to support Niagara University’s scholarship programs.
Fr. Carroll was among four recipients. As an alumnus of Class of 73, ’11 (Hon.), he received the St. Vincent de Paul Award. In his current role, Fr. Carroll promotes devotion to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Over the years, he had a number of assignments, including school minister at Archbishop Wood High School and 16 years at St. John’s University in Queens, where he worked in campus ministry and for the university’s Rome campus, as well as executive vice president for student services. He was elected provincial superior for the Eastern Province of the Congregation of the Mission in 2008 and served in that post until 2017.