Friday, January 24, 2003

Chicago gets three new auxiliaries

Picked by George but appointed by the Pope are:

Father Gustavo Garcia, age 46, ordained in Guadalajara, Masters degrees in Philosophy, Theoloogy and Psychology, worked with migrant workers in Los Angeles and Fresno, now head of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit based in Mexico City.

Father Thomas Paprocki, raised on Chicago's southwest side, attended Quigley South High School, earned a Law Degree and co-founded the South Chicago Legal Clinic. He's chancellor for the Archdiocese and is pastor of Saint Constance Parish.

Father Francis Kane attended Quigley Prep, earned a degree in theology. Director of the Office for the Ministry of Peace and Justice. He's most recently been pastor of Saint Joseph parish in Wilmette and spearheaded reopening of the parish school there that had been closed for ten years.

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