Wednesday, May 26, 2010
ARCHDIOCESE — The Priests’ Personnel Office announces that Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr has made the following appointments, effective this summer unless otherwise noted:
Father Ronald C. Haft, parochial vicar of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Kettering, has been appointed pastor, Saint Peter in Chains Parish, Hamilton.
Father Tim Ralston has been appointed parochial vicar of St. Charles Borromeo, Kettering.
Father Robert Muhlenkamp has been appointed to the faculty of Badin High School, Hamilton, while residing at St. Maximilian Kolbe, Liberty Township.
Father Mark J. Burger, pastor of St. John Parish, West Chester, has been appointed pastor, Our Lady of the Visitation, Cincinnati.
Father Don J. West, parochial vicar of St. John Parish, West Chester, is appointed parochial administrator of the parish.
Father Francis W. Voellmecke of the Athenaeum of Ohio has retired from full-time seminary work while continuing part-time on the seminary faculty.
Father David A. Lemkuhl is appointed pastor of St. Anthony Parish in Madisonville while continuing as pastor of St. Margaret/St. John.
Father Leonard C. Wenke is appointed temporary parochial administrator of St. Mark and St. Andrew parishes in Cincinnati while continuing as director of the Priests’ Personnel Office and Pastoral Services.
Father Jerry Steinbrunner, CPPS, is appointed chaplain at the VA Hospital in Cincinnati, effective June 1, 2010.
Father Dennis Christz, CPPS, is appointed parochial vicar of St. Mark and St. Andrew parishes, Cincinnati, effective June 1, 2010.
Father William J. Kramer, pastor of Our Lady of the Visitation Parish in Cincinnati, is appointed parochial vicar for the Springfield Deanery.
Father Michael T. Flaherty, pastor of St. Veronica, Mt. Carmel, is retired effective July 1, 2010.
Father Joshua Otusafo, CSSP, parochial vicar of St. Mary, Holy Family, St. Benedict the Moor parishes in Dayton, St. Mary Parish, Camden, and St. Augustine Parish, Germantown, has been appointed parochial administrator of Corpus Christi, Queen of Martyrs and Our Lady of Mercy parishes, Dayton, effective July 1, 2010.