On June 28, the Archbishop Terrence Prendergast, S.J. announced the following pastoral appointments:
Mr. Thomas Moloney, Vice-Chancellor, will be taking parental leave / sabbatical leave in order to begin doctoral studies in Canon Law, effective August 4, 2017.
Deacon Eugene Margeson is appointed Vice-Chancellor, effective August 1, 2017
Fr. Glicerio Jimenez is assigned to St. Raphael Parish and St. Margaret of Scotland Parish in Glen Nevis in the Diocese of Alexandria-Cornwall.
For the English sector:
Fr. Tavis Goski is appointed Associate Pastor of Divine Infant Parish.
Deacon Kevin Foley is re-assigned to St. Margaret Mary Parish in Cumberland.
Deacon Marc Gauthier is re-assigned to Annunciation of the Lord Parish.
Fr. John Likozar, CC, is appointed Associate Pastor of St. Mary’s Parish effective July 1, 2017.
Fr. Lawrence Hyginus, CC, is appointed Associate Pastor of St. Maurice Parish effective July 1, 2017.
For the French sector:
Deacon Michel D’Aoust is re-assigned to Saint-Gabriel Parish in Gloucester.
Deacon Jacques Mayer is re-assigned to Saint-Gabriel Parish in Gloucester.
Deacon Pierre Bélanger is re-assigned to Sainte-Marie Parish, Orleans, Saint-Hugues, Sarsfield and Saint-Laurent, Carlsbad Springs and Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Navan.
Deacon Gaston Savage is re-assigned to Sainte-Marie Parish, Orleans, Saint-Hugues, Sarsfield and Saint-Laurent, Carlsbad Springs and Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Navan.
Deacon Robert Turpin is re-assigned to Sainte-Marie Parish, Orleans, Saint-Hugues, Sarsfield and Saint-Laurent, Carlsbad Springs and Notre-Dame-des-Champs, Navan.
Deacon Gaston Roussel is re-assigned to Sainte-Euphémie Parish in Casselman.
Deacon Pete Pharand is re-assigned to Très-Sainte-Trinité Parish in Rockland.
Deacon Rhéal Lalonde is re-assigned to Saint-Victor Parish in Alfred and Saint-Thomas Parish in Lefaivre.
Deacon André Pommainville is re-assigned to Saint Victor Parish in Alfred and Saint-Thomas Parish in Lefaivre.
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