Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, announces the following appointments effective June 18, 2018, unless otherwise noted:
NEWLY ORDAINED PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon James M. Brown, to Holy Family Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Robert G. Flynn, to Saint Philip Neri Parish, Lafayette Hill
Deacon Jonathan P. Hess, to Saint John the Evangelist Parish, Morrisville
Deacon Dwight C. Johnson, to Saint Agnes Parish, West Chester
Deacon John J. Knesis, to Resurrection of Our Lord Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Stephen J. Martino, to Saint Norbert Parish, Paoli
Deacon David J. Matour, to Saint Teresa of Avila Parish, Norristown
Deacon Eugene J. McNally, III, to Saint Christopher Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Kevin T. Mead, to Saint Elizabeth Parish, Upper Uwchlan
Deacon Mario G. Mirabelli, to Saint Catherine of Siena Parish, Horsham
Deacon Albert J. Murphy, to Saint Gabriel Parish, Norwood
Deacon John K. Murray, to Queen of the Universe Parish, Levittown
Deacon Phuong T. Nguyen, to Saint Maria Goretti Parish, Hatfield
Deacon Michael P. Nungesser, to Saint Isidore Parish, Quakertown
Deacon Raymond H. Thuel, to Saint Agnes Parish, Sellersville
Deacon Anthony O. Willoughby, to Saint Cyprian Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend Anthony J. DiGuglielmo, from Parochial Vicar, Saint Ignatius Parish, Yardley, to Pastor, Saint Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother Parish, Avondale, effective June 4, 2018
Reverend Thomas E. Murphy, O.S.F.S. to Parochial Vicar, Saint Anselm Parish, Philadelphia, effective August 1, 2018
Reverend Gerald D. Canavan, Pastor Emeritus, Saint Rose of Lima Parish, Eddystone, to Saint Paul Parish, East Norriton
Reverend Mark J. Cavara, Faculty, Archbishop John Carroll High School, Radnor, to Saint Patrick Parish, Malvern
Reverend John D. Gabin, Chaplain, Saint Francis Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, Darby, to Saint Joseph Parish, Collingdale
Reverend Andrew Labatorio, C.I.C.M., from Visitation B.V.M. Parish, Norristown, to Saint Patrick Parish, Malvern
Reverend Quan H. Tran, Faculty, Bishop Shanahan High School, Downingtown, to Saints Philip and James Parish, Exton
Reverend Robert C. Yetman, School Minister, Pope John Paul II High School, Royersford, to Mother of Divine Providence Parish, King of Prussia
Deacon Patrick J. Kennedy, to the staff of the Office for Life and Family, Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, as a primary assignment, while remaining as Permanent Deacon, Saint Philip Neri Parish, Pennsburg, as a secondary assignment, effective July 1, 2018
Deacon Michael J. Kubiak, from the staff of the Office for Life and Family, Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, as a primary assignment, and Permanent Deacon, Saint Bernadette Parish, Drexel Hill, as a secondary assignment, to Permanent Deacon, Saint Matthias Parish, Bala Cynwyd
Deacon Mark J. Kuhn, from Permanent Deacon, Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish, Southampton, to Permanent Deacon, Saint Joseph Parish, Ambler
Deacon Richard S. Malamut, from Permanent Deacon, Saint Christopher Parish, Philadelphia, to Permanent Deacon, Saint Mark Parish, Bristol
Deacon Ralph J. Shirley, to Permanent Deacon, Nativity B.V.M. Parish, Philadelphia, while continuing as Permanent Deacon at Mother of Divine Grace Parish, and Saint George Parish, Philadelphia
Reverend Mark S. Kunigonis, from Pastor, Saint Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother Parish, Avondale, to health leave of absence, effective June 4, 2018
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