St John Fisher, Potomac Falls, to be merged with St Luke’s, Washington DC

We have already reported that Fr. Randolph Sly is moving to Kansas City.

The facebook page of his current Ordinariate community, St John Fisher in Potomac Falls, Virginia, has now announced:

The St. John Fisher Catholic Community announces that our Chaplain, Father Randy Sly, is being transferred from Northern Virginia to Kansas City, Missouri, to become Administrator of the Our Lady of Hope Catholic Community of the Ordinariate. His final Mass with us will be at 5:00 pm on May 24, 2015 at Our Lady of Hope Roman Catholic Church, 46639 Algonkian Parkway, Potomac Falls, VA 20165. Please come out and pray for Father Sly, his family, and his new Community. A reception of thanksgiving will be held immediately following the Mass in the Parish Hall. It was also announced that the workings of the St. John Fisher Community will merge with St. Luke’s Parish of the Personal Ordinariate in Washington, DC at that time.

Please come out and thank Father Sly for his almost three years of leadership and sacrificial ministry.

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2 Responses to St John Fisher, Potomac Falls, to be merged with St Luke’s, Washington DC

  1. John Bruce says:

    Does this mean that St John Fisher will no longer be listed as an Ordinariate community, and the total number of groups and parishes will diminish by 1?

  2. EPMS says:

    Will it be removed from the website? Perhaps when the second iteration of the Fellowship of Our Lady of Walsingham, Maple Ridge is taken down. Will it reduce the total number of official groups? Since we don’t really know what that is, not a big deal. The history of the Potomac Falls group indicates that it has always been closely associated with St Luke’s, DC.

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