Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., announces the following appointments effective as noted:
Reverend Christopher C. Moriconi, from Parochial Vicar, Saint Eleanor Parish, Collegeville, to Administrative Secretary, Office of the Archbishop, effective June 18, 2018
Reverend Carl W. Braschoss, O. Praem., from Parochial Vicar, Saint Norbert Parish, Paoli, to Pastor, Saint Gabriel Parish, Philadelphia, effective March 19, 2018
Reverend Timothy M. Judge, Chaplain, Holy Redeemer Health System, Huntingdon Valley, to Saint David Parish, Willow Grove, effective May 7, 2018
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Assignments are made as needed but the primary changes are made in June after Ordination of the new Priests in May
Archbishop: You got a top man in Father Moriconi … we are all really going to miss him. Msgr. McCulken trained the lad up right. Keep up the good work … yours in Christ. Buck
Will there be more clerical changes published in the near future?
I suspect this is not the full list.
“Regular” changes come out in May. Last year this happened on Ordination Day. Just an observation.
Changes here are as needed. Priest gets sick, resigns etc. The primary assignments are made after Ordination of the new Priests in May. Usually the first week in June.
Clerical changes are published periodically as they arise throughout the year. A large list of clerical changes typically is announced in mid-May each year. CatholicPhilly.com will post these changes when they are announced following the ordination of new priests. — Editor.