New pastoral assignments announced
Rev. Msgr. Daniel O. Lamothe, V.F., retired as pastor of the Parish of the Holy Spirit, Keene, on April 24. The Rev. A. Stephen Marcoux III went from associate pastor to pastor of the Parish of the Holy Spirit in Keene and Mary, Queen of Peace Parish in Hinsdale on April 24.
The Rev. Anthony Kuzia, CM, will resign as pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Pelham and return to his religious community on June 10. The Rev. Volney J. DeRosia moves from pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Epping to pastor of St. Patrick Parish in Pelham on June 10.
The Rev. Marcel I. Martel returned from a health leave and will serve as parochial vicar to St. Michael Parish in Exeter and St. Mary Parish in Newmarket effective April 10.
The Rev. Brian Kennedy, CsS.R. concluded his ministry as parochial vicar in Exeter and Newmarket effective April 10 and will remain in residence at St. Michael in Exeter.
The Rev. Georges F. deLaire will serve as pastor of St. Matthew Parish in Windham while continuing his ministry at the Diocesan Marriage Tribunal. Half his time will be spent as pastor and the rest will be devoted to Tribunal work. This appointment takes effect June 5.
Fr. Paul Belhumeur, M.S., will continue as the administrator of St. Matthew in Windham.
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