Archbishop Charles J. Chaput announces the following appointments effective as noted:
Reverend Richard Bennett, C.Ss.R., to Pastor, St. Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend John Bednarik, O.F.M. Cap., to Parochial Vicar in charge of Hispanic Ministry, Annunciation B.V.M. Parish, Philadelphia, with residence at Padre Pio Friary, effective July 21, 2015
Reverend Blas Caceres, C.Ss.R., to Parochial Vicar in charge of Hispanic Ministry, St. Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend Gerard Chylko, C.Ss.R., to Parochial Vicar, St. Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend Anthony Michalik, C.Ss.R., to Parochial Vicar, St. Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend Russell A. Ortega, O.S.A., to part time Parochial Vicar, St. Agnes Parish, West Chester, effective July 14, 2015
Reverend Yvon Tremont, C.Ss.R., to Parochial Vicar, Saint Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend Raymond Collins, C.Ss.R., to St. Peter the Apostle Parish, Philadelphia, as Rector/St. John Neumann Shrine Director, effective August 6, 2015
Reverend John Sang Yong Lee, to Assistant to the Coordinator of the Korean Apostolate, with residence at Holy Cross Parish, Springfield, effective July 23, 2015
Reverend John J. Ames, Dean, School of Theological Studies at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, to Saint Denis Parish, Havertown, effective July 10, 2015
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