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Edward P. Doran

Pastor

St. Charles Borromeo Church

HQ Phone:  (718) 625-1177

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St. Charles Borromeo Church

31 Sidney Place

Brooklyn, New York,11201

United States

Company Description

A Catholic faith community in the heart of Brooklyn Heights...more

Web References(42 Total References)


Religious News, by Laura Eng - Red Hook Star-Revue

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Father Edward Doran, Pastor of St. Charles Borromeo, said "I would like to speak to them, educate them about religious symbolism of any religion really."
Father Doran is also Dean of the Brooklyn Diocese's Deanery #3 which comprises all of the Roman Catholic Churches in Red Hook, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights. In an email to Deanery #3 members, Father Doran reported there were other unspecified incidents of vandalism at St. Agnes/St. Paul and a trespasser at Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Church. In that case, a woman was able to gain access to the church after closing. Father Doran encouraged all to be vigilant and emphasized the need to report any incidents to the police.


Fr. Edward Doran, Pastor Emeritus - St. Charles Borromeo Church

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Fr. Edward Doran, Pastor Emeritus
Father Edward P. Doran became pastor of St. Charles Borromeo Parish in October 2008. In May 2013, he was appointed dean (vicar forane) of the Brooklyn 3rd Deanery, coordinating the activities of the parishes of northwestern and downtown Brooklyn. In July 2014, he also became administrator of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Parish in the northern part of Brooklyn Heights. He retired as pastor on January 31, 2016 upon taking senior priest status.


Governance – St. Charles Borromeo Church

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Fr. Edward Doran, Pastor Emeritus
Fr. Edward Doran, Pastor Emeritus


News

www.assumptionparishbrooklyn.org [cached]

Concelebrating the Mass were Fathers Edward P. Doran, pastor/administrator of St. Charles Borromeo and Assumption parishes, Joseph Gaspar Hugo and James W. King.
Tom Amon, Patricia Briggs, Bob Buckholz, Kerin Coughlin, Fr. Ed Doran, Alex Gallardo, Fr. Jim King, Chris Leykam, Mary Macchiarola, Philip Murray, John O'Malley, Maureen Pond, Michael Towers


Transition Team News, May 3, 2014 | St. Charles Borromeo Church

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Pastor - Fr. Edward Doran
Tom Amon, Patricia Briggs, Bob Buckholz, Kerin Coughlin, Fr. Ed Doran, Alex Gallardo, Fr. Jim King, Chris Leykam, Mary Macchiarola, Philip Murray, John O'Malley, Maureen Pond, Michael Towers Rev. Edward P. Doran, V.F., Ph.D, Pastor


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