Archdiocese of Toronto clergy appointments

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  • June 19, 2009
The following clergy appointments have been made for the archdiocese of Toronto. They take place July 1-2 unless otherwise noted.

PASTOR

  • Msgr. Samuel Bianco, Corpus Christi, Toronto
  • Fr. Daniel Callahan, S.A., St. John of Arc, Toronto (May 1)
  • Fr. Peter Yoo-Sang Choi, St. Gertrude’s, Oshawa
  • Fr. Ernesto De Ciccio, St. David’s, Maple
  • Fr. John Duffy, Sacred Heart, Uxbridge
  • Fr. Charles Forget, St. Leo’s, Brooklin
  • Fr. Andrzej Glaba, All Saints, Etobicoke
  • Fr. A. Anthony Gonsalves, St. Andrew’s, Brechin
  • Fr. Terence Kersch, C.S.B., St. Basil’s, Toronto
  • Fr. Michael Machacek, Newman Centre, Toronto
  • Fr. Vito Marziliano, St. Clare’s, Toronto
  • Fr. Jeffrey Masterson, St. John Vianney, Barrie
  • Fr. Michael McGourty, St. John the Evangelist, Toronto
  • Fr. James McLenaghen, St. Margaret’s, Midland
  • Fr. Edward Murphy, St. Patrick’s, Markham
  • Fr. Laszio Nagy, Holy Family, Whitby
  • Fr. Patrick O’Dea, St. Marguerite d’Youville, Brampton
  • Msgr. Egardo Pan, Immaculate Conception, Sutton West
  • Fr. Joseph Chuong, Hong Pham St. Rose of Lima, Scarborough
  • Fr. Gerard Pilon, St. Mary’s, Collingwood
  • Fr. Mariush Runevich, Our Lady of Grace, Angus
  • Fr. Brian Shea, St. Martin de Porres, Scarborough
  • Fr. Fernando Serrano, Canadian Martyrs

ADMINISTRATOR

  • Fr. Jorge Aviles, St. Croix, Penetanguishene
  • Fr. Neidson Gomes, St. Mary of the Angels, Toronto
  • Fr. Manuel das Neves Quintal, O.R.C. Our Lady of the Rosary, Scarborough
  • Fr. Callistus St. Louis, St. Philip the Apostle, Oshawa (June 3)

ASSOCIATE PASTOR

  • Fr. Bernard Alphonsus, St. Bernadette’s, Ajax
  • Fr. Roselle Cyrille Azares, St. Elizabeth Seton, Newmarket
  • Fr. Dominic Bui, Guardian Angels, Orillia
  • Fr. Elias Chachati, St. Maria Goretti, Scarborough
  • Fr. Peter Jae-Hyuk Choi, Merciful Redeemer, Mississauga
  • Fr. Manuel Duterte, Annunciation of the Blessed VirginMary, Toronto
  • Fr. Ignatius Ezeakacha, Transfiguration of Our Lord, Etobicoke
  • Fr. Alan Glass, Guardian Angels, Orillia
  • Fr. Sherwin Holandez, Holy Family, Bolton
  • Fr. Daiju Kuriakose, St. Margaret of Scotland, Toronto
  • Fr. Andrew Fook Bun Leung, C.S.B. St. Basil’s, Toronto
  • Fr. Jorge Lopez Parra, St. Wilfrid’s parish, North York
  • Fr. Colman Mruma, St. Michael’s Cathedral, Toronto
  • Fr. John Murphy, C.S.B. St. Basil’s, Toronto
  • Fr. Piotr (Peter) Nowak, O.M.I. St. Eugene de Mazenod Mission, Brampton
  • Fr. Augustine Onyiloha, St. Wilfrid’s, North York
  • Fr. Salvador Orara, S.J. St. Boniface, Scarborough
  • Fr. Joel Pabilona, Our Lady Queen of the World, Richmond Hill
  • Fr. Ignacio Pinedo, St. David’s, Maple
  • Fr. Peter Power, St. Bernadette’s, Ajax (Aug. 12)
  • Fr. Joseph Rodrigues, St. Anthony of Padua, Bramalea
  • Fr. Marcin Rosinski, O.M.I. St. Casimir’s, Toronto
  • Fr. Manfred Schmid, St. John Vianney, Barrie
  • Fr. Krzysztof Stabrawa, St. Mary Immaculate, Richmond Hill
  • Fr. Steven Szakaczki, St. Mary Immaculate, Richmond Hill
  • Fr. Anthony Werunga, St. Rose of Lima, Scarborough
  • Fr. Mariusz Wilk, O.M.I. St. Casimir’s, Toronto

NEWLY ORDAINED

  • Fr. Steven Dickson, St. Marguerite d’Youville, Brampton
  • Fr. Thomas Lim, St. Patrick’s, Markham
  • Fr. Paul Magyar, St. Barnabas, Scarborough
  • Fr. Frank Portelli, St. Luke’s, Thornhill
  • Fr. Ricardo Quinones Sanchez, St. Mary’s, Brampton
  • Fr. Eric Rodrigues, Blessed Trinity, Toronto
  • Fr. Carlos Troya Acosta, St. Justin Martyr, Unionville

Comments (10)

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In an age where it is hard enough to have faith, I am sickened by the actions taken regarding Father John Duffy. How can we defend the Catholic Church regarding corruption when you have clearly proven that it is indeed just that;corrupt.
Only...

In an age where it is hard enough to have faith, I am sickened by the actions taken regarding Father John Duffy. How can we defend the Catholic Church regarding corruption when you have clearly proven that it is indeed just that;corrupt.
Only one judges in the end and it won't be Thomas Collins!

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Losing faith
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It is Advent, and Dec 17,2015, Msgr Bianco's Homily is one opening hearts majestically to our Lord, Jesus. as he showed us how to embrace one another.Praise God, and thank you, Msgr.You showed us what humanity meant without judgment.God bless you.

Rose
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I would suggest to Cardinal Collins that he take care of what's happening in his own 'backyard' before giving a helping hand to the refugees. Be a spiritual leader to YOUR priests before a 'hero' to those abroad.
RE-INSTATE FATHER JOHN DUFFY...

I would suggest to Cardinal Collins that he take care of what's happening in his own 'backyard' before giving a helping hand to the refugees. Be a spiritual leader to YOUR priests before a 'hero' to those abroad.
RE-INSTATE FATHER JOHN DUFFY BACK TO UXBRIDGE !

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FILOMENA
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http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/fair-hearing-for-fr-john-duffy

Di rienzo
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Justice requires transparency. Let us hear the truth with regard to Father Duffy. Why has he been suspended? What are the charges? What is the evidence? What about the presumption of innocence? This isn't ancient Rome where accusations were...

Justice requires transparency. Let us hear the truth with regard to Father Duffy. Why has he been suspended? What are the charges? What is the evidence? What about the presumption of innocence? This isn't ancient Rome where accusations were tantamount to the death penalty.

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Curtis Simpson
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I am deeply disappointed by the cruel treatment of Father John Duffy by the Archdiocese. Sacred Heart Parish flourished under his guidance and spiritual leadership and his dismissal at this time is heartless and unjustified. Instead of...

I am deeply disappointed by the cruel treatment of Father John Duffy by the Archdiocese. Sacred Heart Parish flourished under his guidance and spiritual leadership and his dismissal at this time is heartless and unjustified. Instead of punishment, he deserves praise for standing up for himself.

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EVA TAYLOR
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and his parishioners is his word not worth anything?? Shame on you Archdiocese of Toronto !
BRING FATHER JOHN BACK!

Filomena Di Rienzo
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The Canon Law must be changed!
How can you dismiss an honest trustworthy priest like Father John Duffy from Sacred Heart Uxbridge Ont without a fair trial?? What? On the basis of a parishioner's word???
What about Father John's word ? After all...

The Canon Law must be changed!
How can you dismiss an honest trustworthy priest like Father John Duffy from Sacred Heart Uxbridge Ont without a fair trial?? What? On the basis of a parishioner's word???
What about Father John's word ? After all his years and dedicated life to Christ, the Church

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Filomena Di Rienzo
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We protest the wrongful suspension of Father John Duffy from Sacred Heart Parish in Uxbridge !!
SHAME ! SHAME ! SHAME!!!!

Di Rienzo
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I protest against suspension of Father John Duffy Pastor of Sacred Hearth Parish in Uxbridge. Shame
Witold Garbos
And Family
Stouffville July 10.2015

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