Josh Condon
Josh CondonRector
The Reverend Joshua T. Condon has been the Rector of Holy Spirit Episcopal Church and School since May of 2013.

Josh has been ordained since 2003 and served parishes in Gainesville, Georgia, New York, New York and Westchester County, New York. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, his Master of Divinity from Virginia Theological Seminary, and his Master of Sacred Theology from General Theological Seminary.

Josh is married to Sarah Condon and they have a four year old son, Neil and a one year old daughter, Annie who attend Holy Spirit School. Josh’s number one favorite thing to do in his spare time is to spend time with his family and play with his kids. They are a blast.

For Josh, the role of the church is to create space for people to grow in our relationships with God and with each other. We live into who God created us to be when we are together. If you are looking for a new church home where you can grow in the knowledge and love of our Lord Jesus Christ, come visit Holy Spirit! We would love to welcome you.

Korey Wright
Korey WrightAssistant Rector
Rev. Korey Wright comes to Holy Spirit by way of Baylor in Waco, Texas and is a devoted Bears fan. He has earned his Bachelors and Masters from Baylor and recently graduated from the Seminary of the Southwest in Austin. Rev. Wright is joined in Houston by his wife Lisa, son Grayson, and daughter Kylah.

“I think good things happen when people share their stories with each other and prayerfully and thoughtfully let all that interact with the Christian story. it seems better when it happens around a great meal and a bit of laughter.”

Rev. Wright is excited to be the curate at Holy Spirit, to serve and get to know the community and join in on the good things happening here.

John Pitts
John PittsPriest Associate
The Reverend John R. Pitts was ordained for the Diocese of Texas on the Feast of the Epiphany in 1988. He served as an Associate at St. John the Divine in Houston, Rector of St. Matthews in Austin and as Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Texas for the Rt. Reverend Maurice Benitez. During his service at St. Matthews, it was the fastest growing Episcopal Church in the country. During his time at Virginia Seminary, John was the Seminarian in Charge of St. Peter’s in Purcellville, Virginia. During his senior year in seminary, John served at the President of the Student Body. John has served for the last eight years as an Assisting Priest at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Houston. He also served several years at Holy Spirit assisting the Rector.

John’s day job is as a lawyer, consultant and lobbyist for clients in Austin. He in is the founder and managing principal of the Texas Star Alliance. John served as general counsel to former Lt. Governor Bob Bullock and also served as chaplain to the Texas Senate.

Prior to attending Seminary, he served as a partner at Vinson & Elkins LLP, and served as a Briefing Attorney for the Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court.

John is Vice Chair of the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star and is on the Development Board of UTHealth serving as vice-chair of its Government Relations Committee and chair of its PAC Committee. He continues to be involved with LIFE Houston, which he was the co-founder. He has served on the board of Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia and the board of the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest in Austin.

John is married to Mary Bain Pearson, who is also an attorney. He is the father of two, John, Jr. and Jamie, and the grandfather of three, John III, Sterling and Caroline.

Dale Klitzke
Dale Klitzke Priest Associate
The Rev’d and Mrs. Klitzke are among the newest Texans in Houston. Having spent most of their lives in Wisconsin, they moved to Aiken, SC, to be near family in 2012. The recent move to TX is to be near other grown children and grandchildren.

Dale and Linda have four children, seven grandchildren and two foster grandchildren. Two of their daughters are married to Episcopal priests and their son in an Episcopal priest in Dallas.

The priesthood is a second career for Dale. He spent much of his career in the grocery business and other ventures. After serving as a deacon for seven years, he attended seminary at Nashotah House near Milwaukee, WI, and was ordained a priest in 1992. He served Episcopal churches in Tomah and Menomonie, Wisconsin and later in Aiken, South Carolina.

Dale also served as diocesan youth director in the diocese of EauClaire, as hospice chaplain in Tomah, as a member of the commission of ministry and as president of the Standing Committee in diocese of Eau Claire.