Archbishop Nelson J. Pérez announces the following appointments effective June 21, 2021:
RETIREMENT – PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon Peter H. Burghart, health leave of absence
Deacon Felipe Cruz, Saint William Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Patrick J. Diamond, Saint Cecilia Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Edward J. Dymek, Saint Ephrem Parish, Bensalem
Deacon John J. Ellis, Our Lady of Peace Parish, Milmont Park
Deacon John M. Golaszewski, Saint Vincent de Paul Parish, Richboro
Deacon Gary W. Guy, Our Lady of Fatima Parish, Secane
Deacon Ronald F. Kelly, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Morton
Deacon James K. Madonna, Saint Patrick Parish, Kennett Square
Deacon Eric T. Makoid, Diocese of Saint Petersburg
Deacon Raymond M. Valdino, Saint John Chrysostom Parish, Wallingford
Deacon Joseph F. Windish, Saint Cyril of Jerusalem Parish, Jamison
NEWLY ORDAINED PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon Paul S. Ablaza, to Saint Frances Cabrini Parish, Fairless Hills
Deacon Joseph P. Boyle, to Saint Mary Magdalen Parish, Media
Deacon Jesus M. Burgos, to Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, Philadelphia
Deacon Kevin J. McDermott, to Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Bensalem
Deacon Pascual Mota, to Our Lady of Consolation Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Timothy L. Murphy, to Saint Thomas More Parish, Pottstown
Deacon Diep T. Nguyen, to Divine Mercy Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Samuel O. Ujor, to Saint Francis De Sales Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon James J. White, IV, to Saint Katharine of Siena Parish, Wayne
ASSIGNMENT CHANGES – PERMANENT DEACONS
Deacon Anthony J. Cincotta, from Saint Mary Magdalen Parish, Media, to Saint Thomas the Apostle Parish, Glen Mills
Deacon John K. Hunter, from Saint Hilary of Poitiers Parish, Rydal, to Saint Luke the Evangelist Parish, Glenside
Deacon David J. Matour, from Saint Teresa of Avila Parish, Norristown, to Saint Francis of Assisi Parish, Norristown
Deacon Christopher C. Roberts, from personal leave, to Our Mother of Consolation Parish, Philadelphia
Deacon Raymond N. Scipioni, from Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Bensalem, to Maternity B.V.M. Parish, Philadelphia
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