Saturday, May 24, 2008

Parish Assignments

Tis the season for new parish assignments. I have recieved a new addition to my current assignment. In addition to my current assignments as Pastor of St. Rose of Lima in Garretson, Associate Director of Vocations, and Chaplain to St. Margaret's Fellowship Homeschool Association, Bishop Paul J. Swain has appointed me as Administrator of St. Joseph the Workman parish in Huntimer.

Please pray for me, and the parishioners of St. Joseph the Workman and St. Rose of Lima, as I take on this new assignment.

8 comments:

LPA said...

Best wishes - may you have the grace to handle it all pastorally and with good health!

Chris said...

God's blessings and strength to you. All things are possible in Christ.

Fr. Chris

p.s. Thanks for the Pikes place recommendation

Sandra said...

Holy shit, you have a lot on your plate Father! I will certainly be praying for you as you take on this new pastoral responsibility! The bishop has great confidence in you and I know Our Blessed Lord and His Mother will be with you and watch over you!

-Annamarie- said...

i am glad that you will be at st. joseph huntimer for i live in colton. we will be praying for you. ;o)

Anonymous said...

Father,
we will certainly be praying for you; and also for more vocations to the priesthood, to provide some relief from so many responsibilities.
But you will be a blessing to all you do! Be thankful you have such a pastoral Bishop, who places so much trust in you. May God guide you, St. Joseph watch over you and our dear Lady protect you.
C. Baran

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Father Christensen said...

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Pamela said...

Fr. Dana, whoa! A lot going on in your life. I hope you do well in the new assignment, but if they give you a hard time just remember that opinions are like assholes -- everyone's got one, and they all stink! LOL, you can use that line if you want. Stay close to Our Lady, Fr. Dana, she will guide you!