Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., announces the following appointments effective June 30.
Reverend Stephen P. DeLacy, Director, Vocation Office for Diocesan Priesthood, from St. John the Baptist Parish, Philadelphia, to St. Bridget Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend William R. Dickinson, Catholic Leadership Institute, from Mother of Divine Providence Parish, King of Prussia, to St. Isaac Jogues Parish, Wayne
Reverend Mark J. Hunt, Professor, Holy Family University, Newtown Campus, from St. Joseph the Worker Parish, Fallsington, to Christ the King Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon James A. Basilio, from Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish, Swarthmore, to the newly merged Our Lady of Peace Parish, Milmont Park
Deacon Joseph C. Carr, from SS. Cosmas and Damian Parish, Conshohocken, to the newly merged St. Matthew Parish, Conshohocken
Deacon Albert J. George, from Holy Spirit Parish, Philadelphia, to the newly merged St. Richard Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Raymond Jacobucci, from St. John of the Cross Parish, Roslyn, to the newly merged Queen of Peace Parish, Ardsley
Deacon Michael J. McAndrews, from Notre Dame de Lourdes Parish, Swarthmore, to the newly merged Our Lady of Peace Parish, Milmont Park
Deacon Thomas P. Quinn, from St. Mary Parish, Conshohocken, to St. Matthias Parish, Bala Cynwyd
Deacon Albert E. Rayner, from Holy Spirit Parish, Sharon Hill, to the newly merged St. George Parish, Glenolden
Deacon James J. Stewart, from St. Edmond Parish, Philadelphia, to the newly merged St. Monica Parish, Philadelphia
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