Priests receive new assignments

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz has announced the following appointments, effective June 20:

The Rev. R. Paul Beach, pastor, St. Martin of Tours Church, Louisville.

The Rev. William M. Bowling, pastor of St. Augustine Church, Lebanon, Ky., and Holy Name of Mary Church, Calvary, Ky.

The Rev. R. Dale Cieslik, pastor of St. Francis Xavier Church, Mt. Washington, Ky., and All Saints Church, Taylorsville, Ky.

The Rev. Peter Quan Do, pastor, St. Ignatius Martyr Church. He will also continue as pastor of St. Bartholomew Church.

The Rev. Paul W. Eve, pastor of St. Gregory Church in Samuels, Ky.

The Rev. Jeffrey D. Gatlin, pastor of Sts. Simon and Jude Church, and Most Blessed Sacrament Church.

The Rev. Harry J. Gelthaus, pastor, Holy Family Church. He will continue as pastor of St. Stephen Martyr Church.

The Rev. Pablo A. Hernandez, pastor, Our Lady of Mercy Church, Hodgenville, Ky.

The Rev. Frederick W. Klotter, pastor, Holy Spirit Church, Louisville.

The Rev. David Naylor, pastor, Holy Spirit Church, Jamestown, Ky.; Good Shepherd Church, Columbia, Ky.; and Holy Redeemer Church in Greensburg, Ky.

The Rev. H. Anthony Olges, pastor, St. James and St. Brigid churches in Louisville.

The Rev. Troy Overton, pastor of St. Catherine Church, New Haven, Ky.; and Immaculate Conception Church, Culvertown, Ky.

The Rev. John A. Schwartzlose, pastor, St. Gabriel Church.

The Rev. Thomas A. Smith, pastor of St. Lawrence Church.

The Rev. John J. Stoltz, pastor, St. Aloysius Church in Pewee Valley, Ky.

The Rev. David Harris, administrator for Our Mother of Sorrows, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, and St. Therese churches.

The Rev. John R. Johnson, administrator, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church.

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