Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, announces the following appointments effective as noted:
Reverend Donato P. Silveri, while remaining as the Catholic Chaplain at Southeastern Pennsylvania Veterans Center with continued residence at St. Joseph Parish, Spring City, effective September 1, 2012
Reverend Leo P. Oswald, from Parochial Vicar, St. David Parish, Willow Grove, to Pastor, St. George Parish, Glenolden, effective September 17, 2012
Reverend Christopher J. Papa from Pastor, St. George Parish, Glenolden, to Pastor, St. Bernadette Parish, Drexel Hill, effective September 17, 2012
Reverend Dominic Ishaq, to part time Parochial Vicar, St. William Parish, Philadelphia, while continuing as Coordinator of the Pakistani Apostolate and the Apostleship of the Sea, effective September 1, 2012
Reverend Aloysius Didik Setiyawan, C.M., to Chaplain of the Indonesian Apostolate, with residence at St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 28, 2012
Reverend John J. Kelly, from Pastor, St. Bernadette Parish, Drexel Hill, to sabbatical, effective September 17, 2012
Reverend Steven J. Harris, Staff, Office of the Metropolitan Tribunal and Chancery Office, to St. Colman Parish, Ardmore, effective September 5, 2012
Deacon James E. Bogdan, from Permanent Deacon, SS. Philip and James Parish, Exton, to Permanent Deacon, St. Joseph Parish, Downingtown, effective August 14, 2012
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