Rochester Churches Cayuga County
St. Michael

Biography

Location: Cayuga County, Union Springs
Address: 162 Cayuga St. Map
Parish formed: 1851
Present church built: Unsure, but moved into former Episcopal church in 1974
Present affiliation: Parish, part of the Good Shepherd Catholic Community cluster
Web site: http://thegoodshepherd.cc/

Pastors/Rectors/Administrators

  • Fr. William Quigley, 1851- [First resident pastor]
  • Fr. Nicholas Byrne, <1853>
  • ..
  • Bp. Thomas Hendrick, 1877-1891
  • ..
  • Fr. Stephen Byrne [11th pastor]
  • ..
  • Fr. Henry Doerbecker, 1929-1937
  • Msgr. John F. Neary, 1937-1944
  • Fr. William J. Ayers, 1944-1953 [upon resignation, poor health]
  • Fr. Ralph J. Meyer, 1953-1958
  • Fr. Henry C. Manley, 1958-June 25, 1970 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. Robert J. Downs, June 25, 1970-Jan. 26, 1972
  • Msgr. John S. Hayes, Jan. 26, 1972-June 1984 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. William V. Spilly, June 1984-June 26, 1990
  • Paul J. Ryan, June 26, 1990-June 30, 1998
  • Dea. John J. Prove, Mar. 12, 1995-? [during recovery of Ryan]
  • Fr. Brian Jeffers, June 30, 1998-June 25, 1999 [Administrator], June 25, 1999-Apr. 18, 2001 [Pastor; took leave and died in car accident soon after]
  • Dea. Thomas Cass, June 3, 2001-Jan. 1, 2002 [Temporary administrator]
  • Fr. Donald Curtiss, Jan. 1, 2002-June 26, 2007
  • Fr. Richard Shatzel, June 26, 2007-June 24, 2014 [upon retirement]
  • Fr. William Moorby, June 24, 2014-present

History

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