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Background Information

Employment History

Diocese of Syracuse


Pastor

St Matthew


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Roman Catholic Chapel

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www.syrdio.org

For more information contact: Rev. Joseph Clemente, Pastor of St. Matthews Church, at 315.
437-8318.


www.syracuse.com

Twelve teachers will lose their jobs, along with about eight support staff, which made the decision even more difficult, said Rev. Joseph Clemente, pastor at St. Matthew's Church in East Syracuse.
Clemente said he and St. Daniel's Pastor Rev. Monsignor Eugene Yennock, told parents of the difficult decision to shut down at a meeting Tuesday night . Clemente said the economy is making it difficult for parents to pay the $3,740 annual tuition. "We know it's not displeasure with our school because we conducted exit interviews with those who left and they told us it was an inability to pay the tuition," he said. "It's the economic conditions that exist in our area." Many parents who left the school said they are moving or had lost their job and couldn't pay the tuition, Clemente said. The parish also is less able to offer tuition assistance to families because the economy has also affected the community and parish's ability to contribute to the school. Money raised through fundraisers goes to help families, but there is less available, he said. "It's a huge loss," Clemente said. The two schools started in the 1950s, and Clemente said St. Daniel's originally had about 800 students during the 1960s. The school has been a vibrant part of the East Syracuse community, and a social center as well as an educational institution, Clemente said. "More is lost with this closing that people will realize," he said. Clemente said the day care at the school, along with its pre-K and after-school program, will continue operating.


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Father Joseph Clemente, pastor at St Matthew's in East Syracuse since 2003, is celebrating 25 years of priesthood.His home parish is St. Anthony of Padua in Endicott.A graduate of Le Moyne College and Syracuse University, he completed his work in the seminary at St. Bernard's in Rochester.Father Clemente was ordained at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on Oct. 31, 1981. Father Clemente served as associate pastor at Immaculate Conception in Fulton and Holy Family in Syracuse.He also served as pastor at St. John the Baptist in Rome.Father Clemente's special assignments included serving as chaplain for the Columbiette Auxiliary in Fulton and the Catholic Daughters of the Americas in Fulton and in Rome. Father Clemente said, as a priest, he's had the opportunity to see people at their worst and at their best."It's been a wonderful experience," he said.


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Six years ago, Father Joseph Clemente, a pastor at St. Matthew's Church in East Syracuse, took a trip to Rome that turned into an extraordinary experience.He celebrated mass with Pope John Paul II at his private chapel in Vatican City."I was scared- I couldn't believe I was really there.I'd seen him before in St. Peter's Square, there were always thousands there, but it was just four other priests and me," Father Clemente said. He described the Pope as a man of mysticism, who radiated holiness.Father Clemente hopes the world will continue to recognize his accomplishments."I think the world will sense the absence of this great head of state," Father Clemente said.


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Rev. Joseph J. Clemente
Administrator, St. Cecilia Church Administrator, Our Lady of Peace Church Rev. Joseph J. Clemente


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