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Wednesday, August 5, 2009

The Priests’ Personnel Office announces that Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk has made the following appointments:

Father James R. Schutte is appointed pastor of St. Bernard, Cincinnati while continuing as pastor of St. Leo Church, Cincinnati effective Aug. 1.

Father James E. Shappelle is appointed parochial vicar to the pastor of St. Bernard, Cincinnati, and Saint Leo, Cincinnati while continuing as canonical administrator of Mother of Christ Church effective Aug. 1.

Father Reverend Joshua Otusafo, CSSp, is appointed to parochial vicar to the pastor of Holy Family and St. Mary parishes in Dayton, while continuing as parochial vicar to the pastor of St. Benedict the Moor, St. Mary, Camden and St. Augustine, Germantown effective July 1.

Father Satish A. Joseph,
parochial vicar of St. Helen and Our Lady of Immaculate Conception parishes in Dayton has been incardinated into the Archdiocese of Cincinnati.

Father Steve Angi is appointed adjutant judicial vicar for the Tribunal Office of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, effective July 1.

Father Dohrman Byers is pastor of the pastoral region of Brown County, which includes St. Mary, Arnheim; St. Michael, Ripley; and St. George, Georgetown, effective July 1.

Father John Krumm is appointed temporary parochial administrator of St. Augustine in Jamestown while continuing as pastor of St. Brigid in Xenia, effective July 1.

Father Fred Link, OFM, is appointed pastor of St. Clement Parish in Cincinnati, effective July 1.

Father Michael Paraniuk has been named pastor of St. Benignus, Greenfield, while continuing as pastor of St. Mary, Hillsboro, effective July 1.

Father Paul Ruwe is appointed to studies at Fordham University in New York, NY, effective July 1.

Father Francis Tandoh, CSSSp, has been named pastor of Holy Family and St. Mary parishes in Dayton while remaining pastor of St. Benedict the Moor in Dayton, St. Mary in Camden and St. Augustine in Germantown.

Father Dominic Nguyen is named chaplain/moderator of Our Lady of Lavang in Cincinnati, effective July 1.

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