Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, announces the following appointments effective as noted:
Reverend John F. Babowitch, from Pastor, Saint Barnabas Parish, Philadelphia, to Pastor, Our Lady of Calvary Parish, Philadelphia, effective December 2, 2013
Reverend Robert G. Suskey, from Parochial Vicar, Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Southampton, to Pastor, Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Southampton, effective November 8, 2013
Reverend Carlos A. Benitez, on loan from the Archdiocese of Washington, to Parochial Administrator, Saint Barnabas Parish, Philadelphia, and Rector, Redemptoris Mater Seminary of Philadelphia, effective December 2, 2013
Reverend Monsignor John J. Jagodzinski, to Parochial Administrator, pro tem, Saint John Chrysostom Parish, Wallingford, effective November 6, 2013
Reverend Domenic A. Rossi, O.Praem., to Parochial Administrator, Saint Gabriel Parish, Philadelphia, effective November 1, 2013
Reverend Thomas Aquinas Chang-Soo Cho, on loan from the Archdiocese of Seoul, to Assistant to the Coordinator of the Korean Apostolate, with residence at Holy Cross Parish, Springfield, effective October 16, 2013
Reverend William G. Donovan, from Faculty, Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary and sabbatical, to Archbishop Chaput’s Liaison to the Pontifical Council for Family for the 2015 World Meeting of Families, beginning January 2014
Reverend Alfred Lauricien, O.M.I., on loan from the Oblate Missionaries of Mary Immaculate in Haiti, to Chaplain to the Haitian Catholic Community and to the French Catholic Community, with residence at Saint William Parish, Philadelphia, effective November 5, 2013
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