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Father John E. Fitzmaurice

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Parish Priest

Sacred Heart Addington

Employment History

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  • D.D. Monsignor Fitzmaurice
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Abuse Tracker: August 2011 Archives, 1 Aug 2011 [cached]
Father John Fitzmaurice is the parish priest for Sacred Heart Addington and also ministers to the ministry in Hoon Hay.
A letter from Catholic Bishop Barry Jones was read out at masses yesterday stating it was his "painful duty" to confirm Fitzmaurice is suspended from "all priestly ministry".
Sacred Heart, Addington, parish priest Father John Fitzmaurice, who also ministers to the Carmelite Monastery in Hoon Hay, has been stood down.
The announcement was made in a letter from Catholic Bishop of Christchurch Barry Jones read out at masses across the city yesterday.
The Bishop said it was his "painful duty" to inform the diocese that Fitzmaurice had been suspended "from all priestly ministry".
Bishop Michael Francis Egan O [cached]
Bishop John Edmund Fitzmaurice
Bishop of Erie
Our Parish - Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church, 8 Aug 2014 [cached]
In 1902, plans were approved by Bishop John E. Fitzmaurice to establish a second Polish parish in Erie which was realized through the efferots of an energetic lay committee. The first church was purchased from the pastor of Saint John Church who had recently constructed a new church a few blocks away. The early history of the parish was marred by the ragic death of the Reverend Cincent Matysiak, (1903-1904), the first pastor, who died from monoxide poisoning from a recently installed "modern" water heating system in the rectory bathroom. He was succeeded by his classmate the Reverend Severin E. Niedbalski who guided the parish for forty-three years. During his pastorate, the parish was firmly established and prospered. Among his achievements was the construction of a school in 1909 with the Felician Sisters in charge. By 1940, a beautiful new stone church was constructed. It still stands as one of the most beautiful churches in Erie.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie - About the Diocese - 1900-1920 Continued Expansion, 12 Aug 2001 [cached]
Bishop John E. Fitzmaurice1900-1920 Continued Expansion
When word reached the Apostolic delegate in Washington, DC that Bishop Mullen had suffered a debilitating stroke, the Very Reverend John E. Fitzmaurice, the rector of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia was appointed to the Erie See in 1898.One year later, with the official resignation of Bishop Mullen he became the fourth Bishop of Erie.During his twenty-one year tenure (1899-1920), he first installed the bells in the tower of the Cathedral, larger marble altars and eventually the complete interior decoration of the principal church in the diocese.The cathedral was consecrated on May 17, 1911 with the Most Rev. Diomede Falcanio, the Apostolic Delegate presiding.
Episcopal Alumni: St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, 1 Jan 1988 [cached]
JOHN FITZMAURICE Coadjutor Bishop of Erie 1898-1899 Bishop of Erie 1899-1920
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