Rochester Churches Ontario County
St. Mary

Biography

Location: Ontario County, Honeoye
Address: 8961 W. Main St. Map
Parish formed: 1868
Present church built: June 29, 1958
Present affiliation: Parish, part of the St. Mary/St. Matthew cluster
Web site: http://www.stsmaryandmatthew.com/

Pastors/Rectors/Administrators

  • Fr. Nicholas Byrne, June 27, 1871-July 26, 1875 [Pastor of St. Michael, Livonia Center]
  • Fr. William J. Seymour, July 26, 1875-1877
  • Fr. T.C. Murphy, 1877-1884
  • Fr. Joseph W. Hendrick, 1884-1898
  • Fr. Malachy Garvey, 1898-1911
  • Fr. Michael J. Kreig, 1911-1915
  • Fr. George T. McCall, 1915-1929
  • Fr. John A. Smith, 1929-1935
  • Fr. Emmet F. McGee, 1935-1941
  • Fr. Patrick A. Kelly, 1941-1947
  • Fr. A. Adamek, 1947-1947 [Temporary administrator]
  • Fr. John F. Woloch, 1947-June 28, 1955
  • Fr. J. Joseph O'Connell, June 28, 1955-1961
  • Fr. Walter J. Carron, 1961-Jan. 19, 1965
  • Fr. Paul C. Wohlrab, Jan. 19, 1965-1966
  • Fr. Vincent E. LeFrois, 1967-June 30, 1987 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. Michael C. Hogan, June 30, 1987-June 28, 1994 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. Daniel V. Hogan, Aug. 7, 1988-Jan. 1, 1989 [Temporary administrator, sabbatical]
  • Fr. Edward B. Zenkel, June 28, 1994-June 24, 2003 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. Richard Shatzel, June 24, 2003-June 26, 2007
  • Fr. John Hayes, June 26, 2007-June 25, 2013
  • Fr. Hoan Dinh, June 25, 2013-June 24, 2014 [Administrator], June 24, 2014-present [Pastor]

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