The archdiocese of Toronto's three new priests are among the new clergy appointments. They were ordained at a ceremony in St. Michael's Cathedral on Saturday May 14.

Clergy appointments

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  • May 25, 2011

The following is a list of the clergy appointments for the Archdiocese of Toronto that take effect on June 30. Listed is the priest’s name and the parish they will serve.

Pastors     

Fr. Dominic Barber, St. Patrick, Markham
Fr. Augustine Chan, Holy Cross, Toronto
Fr. Peter Jae Choi, St. Francis de Sales, Ajax
Fr. Paul Dobson, St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering
Fr. Roy Farrell, St. Lawrence Martyr, Scarborough
Fr. Peter Gitendran, Our Lady of Good Health, Toronto
Fr. Sean Lee Lung, St. Timothy, Orangeville
Fr. Roy Roberts, St. Elizbeth Seton, Newmarket
Fr. Lorenzo Salandanan, Our Lady of the Airways, Mississauga
Fr. Peter Tammearu, St. Patrick, Phelpston

Associate pastors

Fr. Derek Ali, St. Justin Martyr, Unionville
Fr. Russell Asch, St. Patrick, Markham
Fr. Roselle Cyrille Azares, St. Michael’s Cathedral
Fr. Luis Calleja, Nativity of Our Lord, Etobicoke
Fr. Godofredo Claudio, St. Anselm, Toronto
Fr. Silvio Eljuga, St. Ignatius Loyola, Mississauga
Fr. Mounir El-Rassi, Holy Family, Whitby
Fr. Alan Glass, St. Mary, Barrie
Fr. Joe Gorman, Our Lady of Grace, Aurora
Fr. Michael Holmes, St. Bernadette, Ajax
Fr. Matthias Kim, St. Joseph, Mississauga
Fr. Eric Mah, Blessed Trinity, Toronto
Fr. Colman Mruma, St. Francis de Sales, Ajax
Fr. Joseph Nguyen, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Toronto
Fr. Salvador Orara, Sts. Peter and Paul, Mississauga
Fr. Joselito Oriasel, St. Michael’s Cathedral
Fr. Allyn Rose, St. Isaac Jogues, Pickering
Fr. Susai Raj Savarimuthu, St. John Fisher, Bramalea

Administrator

Fr. James Saginario, St. John the Evangelist, Waubaushene

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