Parish Priest

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Patrick Mac Alister - Career
... MacAlister was born in Bonecastle, parish of Down, and was baptized by Fr Cornelius Denvir (afterwards Bishop of Down and Connor) on April 12, 1826 ... He was sent on a temporary mission, as locum tenens to Glenravel, while the priest there was engaged in building St Patrick's Church in the Braid, where he officiated from December 1853 until March 1854 ... in October 1856, but sent to take charge of Ballymoney parish until Father McErlain, the recently appointed parish priest could arrive, which did not occur until March 10, 1857 ...
Müllenbach, Cochem-Zell - History - After The Second World War
... In 1958, there was a new parish priest, Richard Koch, born in Saarbrücken he served until 1969 ... There was also a new parish priest, Dr ... The new parish priest in Müllenbach in 1972, succeeding to the post after Father Peter van Iersel’s death, was Konrad Flatau, born in Heilsberg, East Prussia (now Lidzbark Warmi ...
Santuario De San Jose - History
... In March 1967, it became a parish with the initial population of 3,500 parishioners coming from the Wack-Wack and White Plains subdivisions and from some areas near Camp Crame ... Guido was assigned the parish priest ... People began to flock the parish for weddings and baptisms ...
Paco Catholic School - History - The Archdiocese of Manila Era
... Parish Priest and Fr ... was appointed Parish Priest and director of the institution ... During the 89th PCS Foundation Day celebration, the Parish Priest and School Director Msgr ...
Mark Hiddesley - Parish Priest
... In 1750 Hildesley became an honorary member of the Spalding Gentlemen's Society ... On 20 February 1754 he was collated to the prebend of Marston St ...

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