Some clergy news from Australia

Fr Stephen Hill will take up the position of Assistant Priest in the parish of St Columba’s, Mayfield in the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle together with gathering an Ordinariate group together in that diocese. He will continue as Director of Vocations for the Ordinariate.

Fr Kenneth Clark will shortly take up some further duties in the Diocese of Sale assisting in the Cathedral Church. He will continue as priest to the Ordinariate parish of The Most Holy Family in Maffra and Episcopal Vicar for Clergy.

ian Wilson ordinationOn 26 March, 2015 Ian Wilson was ordained as a transitional deacon by the Bishop of Port Pirie, The Right Reverend Gregory O’Kelly, SJ, to serve the Ordinariate community in Adelaide, South Australia. Along with Monsignor Entwistle we congratulate Ian for this important achievement and look forward to his ordination to the priesthood later in the year. Deacon Ian Wilson will assist in the Archdiocese of Adelaide as well as acting as Moderator of the Ordinariate community of Blessed John Henry Newman.

(from the website of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of the Southern Cross)

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One Response to Some clergy news from Australia

  1. EPMS says:

    I note that Fr Hill has been assigned the task of “gathering an Ordinariate group together.” I recall that when Fr Lyall Cowell went to St John’s, Mullumbimby, a diocesan parish, last year, he had the “added responsibility …of gathering and growing an Ordinariate group”. I would be interested in knowing how these projects fare. This is a model which has not been much followed in the OCSP, despite its having a fair number of priests not currently associated with Ordinariate congregations.

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