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Rochester Churches Wayne County
St. Gregory / Our Lady of Guadalupe

Biography

Location: Wayne County, Marion
Address: 3799 Union St. Map
Parish formed: 1908 [mission], Oct. 1949 [parish], 1986 [reverted to mission], 2009 [reopened as mission "Our Lady of Guadalupe"]
Present church built: 1914
Present affiliation: Part of the St. Benedict parish. Mission for Migrant Ministry.
Web site: n/a

Pastors/Rectors/Administrators

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  • Fr. Daniel O'Rourke, 1925-Oct. 31, 1929
  • Fr. Daniel R Sullivan, 1929-Aug. 6, 1934
  • Fr. Emmett T. Dougherty, Aug. 6, 1934-1940?
  • Fr. Thomas H. Lochren, 1940?-1942
  • Fr. William A. Doran, 1942-1949 [Palmyra Pastor]
  • Fr. Edward J. Lintz, Oct. 1949-1952 [First Administrator]
  • Fr. Francis Cristantielli, June 26, 1953-1955 [First resident Pastor]
  • Fr. John L. Maxwell, 1955-Feb. 5, 1957
  • Fr. James C. Lane, Feb. 5, 1957-June 24, 1958 [Administrator]
  • Fr. Walter J. Carron, June 24, 1958-1961
  • Fr. G. Stuart Hogan, 1961-1965
  • Fr. Charles B. Connell, 1965-May 5, 1967
  • Fr. C. Richard Nangle, May 5, 1967-June 1981
  • Fr. John A. Morgan, June 1981-June 1986 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. Louis A. Vasile, June 1986-June 30, 1992 [Pastor of St. Anne, Palmyra]
  • Fr. George P. Heyman, Jan. 1, 1991-June 25, 1991, 1991 [Temporary administrator, sabbatical]
  • Fr. Robert Gaudio, June 30, 1992-2004
  • Fr. James P. Jaeger, 2004-2007
  • Fr. Jesus Flores, 2009-present [First Migrant Community Administrator]

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