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Rochester Churches Tompkins County
St. Anthony

Biography

Location: Tompkins County, Groton
Address: 312 Locke Rd. Map
Parish formed: 1873 [mission], Aug. 1, 1875 [parish], reverted to mission late 1800s
Present church built: Oct. 25, 1975 [dedicated]
Present affiliation: Parish, part of the All Saints/Holy Cross/St. Anthony cluster
Web site: http://www.holycrossdryden.org/sa.html

Pastors/Rectors/Administrators

  • Fr. P. F. Lynch, 1873-Aug. 1, 1875 [Pastor of Immaculate Conception, Ithaca]
  • Fr. Charles Horan, Aug. 1, 1875 [First resident Pastor]
  • Fr. John Kenny, 1875
  • Fr. Fred Rauber, 1875/6-July 16, 1876
  • Fr. Patrick M. McManus, July 16, 1876- [upon death]
  • Bp. Thomas F. Hickey, 1894?-Mar. 1895
  • Fr. John McGrath
  • Fr. John McMahon, <1897-Apr. 27, 1905/6
  • Fr. John B. Doran, Apr. 27, 1905/6-
  • Fr. Hugh Crowley, -1923
  • Fr. Thomas M. O'Connor, 1923-1931 [upon retirement, poor health]
  • Fr. John M. Sellinger, 1931-1940
  • Fr. William E. Hayes, 1940-June 27, 1961 [upon resignation, poor health]
  • Fr. Joseph M. McNamara, June 27, 1961-1981 [Upon retirement]
  • Fr. Robert M. Egan, 1981-June 1997 [Upon retirement]
  • Fr. Bernard L. Carges, June 24, 1997-June 25, 2002 [Administrator; upon retirement]
  • Fr. Frank E. Lioi, June 25, 2002-2004
  • Fr. Scott M. Kubinski, 2004-2010
  • Fr. Malachy Nwosu, 2010-June 27, 2017
  • Fr. Daniel Ruiz-Sierra, June 27, 2017-present

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