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Chaplains

Monsignor Donald Zimmerman
When Dallas Legates attend Mass celebrated by their chaplain, they know their priest is an educator at heart. A former trustee of his alma mater, the MORE
Jun 01, 2011
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Fr. Bry Shields
Father Bry Shields, a priest of the Mobile archdiocese, serves as president of McGill-Toolen Catholic High School and pastor of St. Pius X Church. Fat MORE
May 01, 2011
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Monsignor Dennis O'Donovan
Monsignor Dennis O’Donovan, 70, has a brother and sister, both of whom are happily married with children. He is happily married to the Church, which MORE
Apr 01, 2011
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Fr. Kenneth Malley
During his naval service, Fr. Kenneth Malley studied Russian in California. After leaving the service, he entered the seminary, his studies eventually MORE
Mar 03, 2011
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Fr. Joseph Mele
A Steel City son whose father labored in a mill, Fr. Joseph M. Mele wears many hats in the Pittsburgh diocese, including vicar general and director of MORE
Feb 08, 2011
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Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua
Although still publicly active on the cusp of his tenth decade, His Eminence Anthony Cardinal Bevilacqua, 87, has been retiring from official capaciti MORE
Dec 03, 2010
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Monsignor Michael Glenn
Had he pursued a military career, Monsignor Michael Glenn, 47, might be a full Army colonel now. Instead he broke ranks to follow God’s bugle call, MORE
Nov 01, 2010
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Bishop Martin J. Amos
When Bishop Martin J. Amos was appointed to lead the Davenport diocese in 2006, the lifelong Clevelander had a big mess to clean up. Lawsuits from pri MORE
Oct 01, 2010
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Father Tim Kitzke
Father Tim Kitzke has a unique position. He shepherds two parishes, but four churches. He’s one of a team of three priests chosen by the diocese to MORE
Sep 01, 2010
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Father Willy Raymond
In the Golden Era of Hollywood, there was at least one priest identified as the “Hollywood Priest.” If anyone deserves the moniker in the 21st cen MORE
Jul 01, 2010
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