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Rev. Thomas Higgins M.

Pastor

Holy Innocents Parish

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Holy Innocents Parish

Background Information

Employment History

Chaplain and Teacher

Loyola Marymount University

Director

Office for Youth and Young Adults

Affiliations

Secretary
Catholic Church

Board Member
National Catholic Young Adult Ministry Association

Education

Las Vegas School of Dealing

M.Div.

Web References (38 Total References)


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Rev. Thomas M. Higgins Holy Innocents Parish


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Rev. Tom Higgins, pastor at Holy Innocents Parish, will celebrate a Mass on Saturday in honor of the feast of St. Joachim.


PHILADELPHIA (CNS) -- The wailing ...

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PHILADELPHIA (CNS) -- The wailing of sirens called Father Tom Higgins from his parish rectory and Sisters Linda Lukiewski and Julie Sertsch from their convent to the scene of the Amtrak train derailment the evening of May 12.

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Meanwhile, Father Higgins, also mystified by the persistent sirens, heard the same news report, and realizing he was now the closest priest to the scene he decided to drive over.
Pastor at Holy Innocents Parish in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia, the priest could only drive halfway to the crash site before hitting roadblocks, so he walked the rest of the way.
It was chaotic when he arrived as close as he was permitted. A police officer directed him to a spot where some passengers whose injuries did not require immediate transportation to a hospital were to be placed on buses to be taken to a triage point, in this case the nearby Webster Public School.
Father Higgins went to the school and found Sisters Linda and Julie were already there, assisting as best they could.
He was able to talk to some of the families and comfort them.


PHILADELPHIA -- The wailing of sirens ...

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PHILADELPHIA -- The wailing of sirens called Father Tom Higgins from his parish rectory and Sisters Linda Lukiewski and Julie Sertsch from their convent to the scene of the Amtrak train derailment the evening of May 12.

...
Meanwhile, Father Higgins, also mystified by the persistent sirens, heard the same news report, and realizing he was now the closest priest to the scene he decided to drive over.
Pastor at Holy Innocents Parish in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia, the priest could only drive halfway to the crash site before hitting roadblocks, so he walked the rest of the way.
It was chaotic when he arrived as close as he was permitted. A police officer directed him to a spot where some passengers whose injuries did not require immediate transportation to a hospital were to be placed on buses to be taken to a triage point, in this case the nearby Webster Public School.
Father Higgins went to the school and found Sisters Linda and Julie were already there, assisting as best they could.
He was able to talk to some of the families and comfort them.


PHILADELPHIA (CNS) - The wailing ...

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PHILADELPHIA (CNS) - The wailing of sirens called Fr. Tom Higgins from his parish rectory and Sisters Linda Lukiewski and Julie Sertsch from their convent to the scene of the Amtrak train derailment the evening of May 12.

...
Meanwhile, Fr. Higgins, also mystified by the persistent sirens, heard the same news report, and realizing he was now the closest priest to the scene he decided to drive over.
Pastor at Holy Innocents Parish in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia, the priest could only drive halfway to the crash site before hitting roadblocks, so he walked the rest of the way.
It was chaotic when he arrived as close as he was permitted. A police officer directed him to a spot where some passengers whose injuries did not require immediate transportation to a hospital were to be placed on buses to be taken to a triage point, in this case the nearby Webster Public School.
Fr. Higgins went to the school and found Sisters Linda and Julie were already there, assisting as best they could.
He was able to talk to some of the families and comfort them.

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