Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., announces the following appointments effective as noted:
Reverend Gerald C. Ronan, Parochial Vicar, St. John Bosco Parish, Hatboro, effective August 4, 2017. Father Ronan will reside at Villa St. Joseph, Darby.
Reverend John J. Sibel, Pastor, Holy Name of Jesus Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 21, 2017. Father Sibel’s residence is to be determined.
Reverend James R. Casey, from Parochial Administrator, Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Philadelphia, to Pastor, Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Philadelphia, effective September 5, 2017
Reverend Thomas J. Dunleavy, from Parochial Vicar with the status of Senior Priest, St. Katharine Drexel Parish, Chester, to Parochial Vicar with the status of Senior Priest, SS. Simon and Jude Parish, West Chester, effective September 5, 2017
Reverend Andre A. Antao, from Parochial Vicar, St. Charles Borromeo Parish, Philadelphia, to Parochial Vicar, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 7, 2017
Reverend Kevin P. McCabe, from Faculty, Bishop Shanahan High School, Downingtown, to Faculty, Conwell/Egan Catholic High School, Fairless Hills, with residence at St. Mark Parish, Bristol, effective August 21, 2017
Reverend Michael G. Speziale, from Faculty, Archbishop Carroll High School, Radnor, to School Minister, Archbishop Carroll High School, Radnor, with continued residence at Sacred Heart Parish, Havertown, effective August 1, 2017
Reverend Mark J. Hunt, Professor, Holy Family University – Newtown Campus, from St. Mark Parish, Bristol, to St. John Bosco Parish, Hatboro, effective August 21, 2017
Deacon Ralph J. Shirley, from Permanent Deacon, Our Lady of Ransom Parish, Philadelphia, to Permanent Deacon, Mother of Divine Grace Parish and St. George Parish, Philadelphia, effective July 31, 2017
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