Priests

Father George Elliott, Other Young Priests Launch New Podcast

Rome, Italy, Jul 16, 2015 / 04:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Podcasts are arguably the greatest comeback-kids of the internet. Once thought to be slowing fading into oblivion, the boom of smartphones and Bluetooth technology, and hits like “Serial,” brought the medium back with a force. Visit CatholicBytesPodcast.com>>> There are podcasts about every subject under the sun, from sports to mystery …

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Bishop Strickland Appoints Fathers Anthony McLaughlin and John Gomez as Vicars General

Bishop Joseph E. Strickland has announced that Father Anthony McLaughlin, JCD, and Father John Gomez, JCL, have been appointed to serve as the Vicars General for the Diocese of Tyler. The appointments are effective July 15, 2015. The Vicar General is the principal deputy of the diocesan bishop for the exercise of administrative authority and possesses the canonical title of local ordinary. …

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Meeting Our New Priests… Father Kevin Young

As part of a new video series from the staff of the Catholic East Texas, we’ll be introducing the new priests of the Diocese of Tyler – those recently ordained and those who’ve transferred to the diocese from elsewhere. In our first interview, we meet Father Kevin Young who joined the Diocese of Tyler in July of 2015. Fr. Young, a native …

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Bishop urges three new priests “tend the flock of God in your midst”

TYLER – Bishop Joseph E. Strickland called the three newest priests of the Diocese of Tyler to listen to and care for the people of God “with great love, with great devotion, and with great strength in the Lord.” See photos from the ordination>>> Listen to Bishop Strickland’s homily>>> Bishop Strickland presided over the ordinations of Deacons George Elliott, Nelson …

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Father Anthony McLaughlin Sworn-in as U.S. Citizen

Father Anthony McLaughlin, a native of Belfast, Northern Ireland, and priest of the Diocese of Tyler, became a United States citizen this past Tuesday, completing a process started almost a year ago. Father McLaughlin is currently living in Washington, D.C., where is he is teaching Canon Law at the Catholic University of America.  He is returning to ministry in the …

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Additional Clergy Assignments Announced for Diocese

Bishop Joseph E. Strickland has announced the following assignments for priests of the Diocese of Tyler. The assignments are effective on the dates indicated below. To see previous assignments made this summer, see this post. Effective June 20 Reverend Devaraj ARULAPPA as parochial vicar of Sacred Heart, Nacogdoches. Effective July 3 Reverend Carlos RANGEL as parochial vicar of Sacred Heart, …

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Our Mission: Retired Priests

This feature highlights how the 2015 Bishop’s Annual Appeal will assist retired and infirm priests in the Diocese of Tyler.  To learn more, visit dioceseoftyler.org/ourmission.  Our priests in the Diocese of Tyler have come from all over the world, committing their entire life to the missionary fields of East Texas. Many retire after years of service in the various parishes and …

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Fr. McLaughlin Receives Teaching Mandate

Diocesan priest Fr. Anthony McLaughlin, JCD, received his canonical appointment to teach on the Canon Law faculty at Catholic University of America from Donald Cardinal Wuerl last week during CUA’s Holy Mass to open the academic year. McLaughlin, who formerly served as the Judicial Vicar for the Diocese, began his teaching assignment at CUA this summer.

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