Clergy Official | May 7, 2022

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May 7, 2022

The Most Reverend David. J. Bonnar, Bishop of Youngstown, has made the following clergy assignments. They are effective July 1, 2022 unless otherwise noted.

Saint Rose Parish Girard – The Dominicans have decided to supply a priest to serve as pastor of Saint Rose Parish, Girard.  He will be named in the coming weeks.
Reverend Ryan Furlong, from parochial vicar of Saint Charles Borromeo Parish, Boardman to pastor of Saint Thomas the Apostle Parish, Vienna, and Chaplain at John F. Kennedy School (Upper Campus) in addition to his current responsibilities as part-time Diocesan Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry.
Reverend Chad Johnson, as Diocesan Director of Vocations in addition to his current responsibilities as parochial vicar at University Parish Newman Center and Saint Patrick Parish in Kent.
Reverend Christopher Cicero, from Chaplain at John F. Kennedy School (Upper Campus).  Fr. Cicero remains pastor of Blessed Sacrament Parish, Warren, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Warren, and Chaplain at John F. Kennedy School (Lower Campus).
Reverend Scott Kopp, from pastor of Saint Thomas the Apostle Parish, Vienna and Diocesan Director of Vocations to pastor of Christ the Servant Parish, Canton and Diocesan Director of Seminarians.



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