Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., announces the following appointments effective June 15 unless otherwise noted:
NEWLY ORDAINED PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon Michael J. Bell, to Our Lady of Calvary Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Manuel Beltran, to St. Martin of Tours Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Andres Carrillo, to Holy Innocents Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Cristobal Chavac, to St. Thomas Aquinas Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon B. Stephen Currie, to Corpus Christi Parish, Lansdale
Deacon Robert H. Hall, to St. Katherine of Siena Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Francisco E. Henriquez, to St. Agnes Parish, West Chester
Deacon Edward T. Hinson, to St. Eleanor Parish, Collegeville
Deacon David J. Kolesky, to St. Mary Parish, Schwenksville
Deacon Mark J. Kuhn, to Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Southampton
Deacon William G. Kussmaul, to Nativity B.V.M. Parish, Media
Deacon Paul A. Logan, to Mary, Mother of the Redeemer Parish, North Wales
Deacon Greg J. Maskarinec, to Mother of Divine Providence Parish, King of Prussia
Deacon Joseph P. McGonigal, to St. Dorothy Parish, Drexel Hill
Deacon Gerald J. McPhillips, to St. Bartholomew Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Olindo Mennilli, to Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Phildelphia
Deacon John J. Mischler, to St. Alphonsus Parish, Maple Glen
Deacon James O’Neill, to St. Christopher Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Samuel Ortiz, to St. Laurence Parish, Upper Darby
Deacon Victor M. Pomales, to St. Helena Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon John P. Teson, to Our Lady of Calvary Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend Monsignor Louis A. D’Addezio, from St. Patrick Parish, Philadelphia, to Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul, Philadelphia, effective April 21, 2015
Reverend John E. Donia, School Minister, Bishop Shanhan High School, Downingtown, to St. Joseph Parish, Downingtown
Reverend Daniel J. Dwyer, School Minister, Archbishop Ryan High School, Philadelphia, to St. Anselm Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend Mark J. Hunt, College Professor, Holy Family University, Newtown Campus, to St. Mark Parish, Bristol
Reverend Christopher P. Landis, Faculty, Archbishop Ryan High School, Philadelphia, to St. Albert the Great Parish, Huntingdon Valley
Reverend John P. Masson, Faculty, Cardinal O’Hara High School, Springfield, to Sacred Heart Parish, Havertown
Reverend Zachary W. Navit, Chaplain, St. Mary Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Lansdale, to St. Stanislaus Parish, Lansdale
Reverend John J. Nordeman, School Minister, Lansdale Catholic High School, Lansdale, to St. Rose of Lima Parish, North Wales
Reverend James P. Olson, School Minister, SS. John Neumann-Maria Goretti High School, Philadelphia, to Epiphany of Our Lord Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend John J. Pidgeon, Chaplain, State Correctional Institution at Graterford, to Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Parish, Limerick
Deacon Michael J. Kubiak, from St. Bernadette Parish, Drexel Hill, to St. Matthias Parish, Bala Cynwyd, while continuing in the Office for Life and Family, Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, effective June 4, 2015
Deacon Louis Libbi, from SS. Peter and Paul Parish, West Chester, to St. Patrick Parish, Malvern
Deacon Patrick M. Stokely, from Holy Martyrs Parish, Oreland, to SS. Peter and Paul Parish, West Chester, while continuing at St. Basil the Great Parish, Kimberton
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