Bishop Matano announces pastoral appointments

Catholic Courier    |    04.24.2018
Category: Local News

Bishop Salvatore R. Matano has announced the following pastoral appointments, which become effective June 26, unless otherwise noted:

• Father Victor W. Bartolotta to senior-priest status, effective June 30.

• Father Roman P. Caly, reappointed pastor, St. Stanislaus Kostka, Rochester.

• Father Jeffrey S. Chichester to parochial vicar, St. Joseph, Penfield, & Church of the Holy Spirit, Penfield.

• Father Paul F. English, CSB, reappointed pastor, St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Irondequoit.

• Father Peter Enyan-Boadu reappointed pastor, St. John the Evangelist, Greece.

• Father Raymond H. Fleming to pastor, Immaculate Conception/St. Bridget, Rochester, while continuing as pastor, St. Monica and Emmanuel Church of the Deaf.

• Father John V. Forni to senior-priest status.

• Father Lance W. Gonyo, reappointed pastor, St. Rita, Webster.

• Father George P. Heyman to pastor, Church of the Assumption & Church of the Resurrection, Fairport.

• Father Matthew F. Jones to parochial administrator, All Saints, Corning.

• Father Michael A. Mayer to parochial vicar, St. Rita, Webster.

• Father William F. McGrath Jr., reappointed co-pastor, St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, Rochester.

• Father Justin D. Miller to parochial vicar, St. Mary and Ss. Mary & Martha, Auburn.

• Father Edward L. Palumbos to senior-priest status.

• Father Jorge I. Ramirez to parochial vicar, Our Lady of the Lakes, Penn Yan.

• Father Felicjan Sierotowicz to parochial vicar, Blessed Sacrament, St. Boniface & St. Mary, Rochester.

• Father Gary L. Tyman reappointed pastor, Our Lady of Lourdes, Brighton, and St. Anne, Rochester; administrator, St. George Lithuanian Church, Brighton.

• Father Erick Viloria to parochial vicar, Our Lady of Peace, Geneva.

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