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The Priests’ Personnel Office announces the following new assignments:

BEGINNING JULY 1, 2018

Reverend Frankline Fernando Rayappa, C.PP.S., assigned as Pastor of St. Joseph, Egypt and St. Augustine, Minister

Reverend Leo Huyen Dinh Vu, CRM, assigned as Chaplain/Moderator of the Catholic Vietnamese Community of Dayton and to hospital ministry

Reverend Andrew Smith, assigned as Parochial Vicar, Incarnation Parish, Centerville

Reverend Jacob Willig, assigned as Parochial Vicar, Eastside Region, which includes St. Anthony Parish, Cincinnati, St. Margaret-St. John Parish, Cincinnati, and St. Cecilia Parish, Cincinnati

Reverend Craig Best, assigned as Parochial Vicar, St. Francis de Sales Parish, Lebanon and St. Philip the Apostle Parish, Morrow

Reverend Jarred Kohn, assigned as Parochial Vicar of the Petersburg Region, which includes St. John the Evangelist Parish, Fryburg, St. Lawrence Parish, Rhine, Immaculate Conception Parish, Botkins, and St. Joseph Parish, Wapakoneta

Reverend Henry Stephan, O.P., assigned as Parochial Vicar, St. Gertrude Parish, Maderia

Reverend Rob Jack, assigned to weekday ministry at Sacred Heart Radio, 740 AM, 89.5 FM and 910 AM, Norwood, and as the Parochial Vicar of St. Ann Parish, Williamsburg, Holy Trinity Parish, Batavia, St. Louis Parish, Owensville, and St. Philomena Parish, Stonelick

Reverend David Sunberg, assigned to weekend and holyday assistance at Guardian Angels Parish, Cincinnati, while continuing as a member of the faculty at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary of the West.

RENEWALS – The following priest has been renewed in his current assignment:

Reverend James Seibert, C.PP.S, as Pastor of Precious Blood Parish, St. Rita Parish and St. Paul Parish, Dayton.

BEGINNING JULY 2, 2018

Reverend David Howard, released for service at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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