Bishop Clark makes 2010 pastoral appointments - Catholic Courier

Bishop Clark makes 2010 pastoral appointments

Bishop Matthew H. Clark has announced the following pastoral appointments, which take effect on June 29, 2010:

  • Father Bartholomew Gozi Amobi to fill-in priest in Dansville, Wayland, Weedsport and Corning during the next several months.

  • Father Gerald Appelby to sacramental minister to the newly formed Henrietta/ Rush cluster.

  • Father Fred Asuming to sacramental minister at All Saints Parish, Corning/ Painted Post.

  • Father Theodore Auble to temporary parochial administrator, St. Vincent de Paul, Churchville, during the sabbatical of Charlotte Bruney, Aug. 20-Nov. 29.

  • Father Samuel Batsa to parochial vicar, St. Rita, Webster.

  • Father Robert Beligotti to sacramental minister, Henrietta/Rush cluster, from service at St. Jerome, East Rochester.

  • Father Joseph Osei Bonsu to parochial vicar, St. Mary, Auburn, and assistance to other area parishes as needed.

  • Father Augustine Chumo to sacramental minister, St. Michael, Lyons; St. John the Evangelist, Clyde; and St. Patrick, Savannah, from service at Good Shepherd, Henrietta.

  • Father William Coffas to rector of Becket Hall and sacramental minister at St. Thomas More and Our Lady Queen of Peace, Brighton, from parochial vicar, Our Lady of Peace, Geneva.

  • Father Bernard Dan to sacramental minister, St. Luke the Evangelist, Geneseo, from sacramental minister, St. Thomas More and Our Lady Queen of Peace, Brighton.

  • Sister Karen Dietz, SSJ, to pastoral administrator, St. Paul of the Cross, Honeoye Falls, and St. Rose, Lima, concurrent with her duties as pastoral administrator, St. Agnes, Avon.

  • Father Hoan Dinh to parochial vicar, Our Lady of Peace, Geneva, from parochial vicar, St. Rita, Webster.

  • Father Robert Gaudio to a second term as pastor, St. Christopher, North Chili.

  • Father James Hewes to parochial vicar, St. Jude the Apostle, St. Helen and Holy Ghost, Gates, from pastor, St. Joseph, Rush.

  • Father Scott Kubinski to pastor, Christ the Redeemer Catholic Community, Elmira, from pastor, All Saints, Lansing; Holy Cross, Freeville/Dryden; and St. Anthony, Groton.

  • Deacon David LaFortune to pastoral administrator, St. Gabriel, Hammondsport, concurrent with his duties at St. Mary, Bath.

  • Father Frank Lioi to a second term as pastor, St. Mary, Auburn.

  • Father Joseph Marcoux to pastor, St. Catherine of Siena, Ithaca, from assisting priest at St. John the Evangelist, Clyde; St. Patrick, Savannah; and St. Michael, Lyons.

  • Father Malachy Nwosu to pastor, All Saints, Lansing; Holy Cross, Dryden/Freeville; and St. Anthony, Groton, from pastor, St. Helen, Gates.

  • Father Paulinus Okpala to parochial vicar, Our Lady of the Valley, Hornell and Rexville.

  • Father Edward Palumbos to diocesan director of Priest Personnel concurrent with his duties as pastor, Church of the Assumption, Fairport.

  • Father Robert Schrader to a second term as pastor, Peace of Christ, Rochester.

  • Father Michael Schramel to pastor, Holy Ghost and St. Helen, Gates, concurrent with duties as pastor, St. Jude the Apostle, Gates.

  • Father William Spilly to a second term as pastor, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Hamlin.

  • Barbara Swiecki to pastoral administrator, Good Shepherd, Henrietta, and St. Joseph, Rush, concurrent with duties as pastoral administrator at Guardian Angels, Henrietta.

  • Father Jeffrey Tunnicliff to parochial vicar, Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic Community in the Finger Lakes, from parochial vicar, St. Mary, Elmira.

  • Father Michael Upson to sacramental minister, St. Paul of the Cross, Honeoye Falls, and St. Rose, Lima, with concurrent duties at St. Agnes, Avon.

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