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Will you be providing a 2017 income tax guide for clergy? If so, when available? Thanks.


Hello Connie,

I would like to UPDATE my address. I am no longer at 802 Lovell Ave. Tybee Island, GA

I am retired and now my residence address is:
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
222 E. Harris Street
Savannah, GA 31401

My email is the same as is my cell phone.
I believe my dues are up to date

THANK YOU, Connie, for assisting me in keeping my NFPC information coming to me


Fr. Tom Peyton


Fr. Allan Deck, SJ

Father Allan Deck, SJ

Presentation: “Re-configuring the Priesthood in Times of Epochal Change”

The ministerial priesthood is at the forefront of ecclesial reform today in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council. Pope Francis has vigorously taken up the mantle of reform insisting on one common identity for all the baptized, namely, that of “missionary disciples.” The ministerial priesthood is thus being invited to develop spiritually and to reconfigure itself in ways that reflect its missiological and evangelizing character in a time of unprecedented “epochal” change. With more than forty years of background and service in the U.S. Church as pastor, writer, and theologian–and building on the NFPC’s central role in the lives of priests and the local church over five decades– Father Deck will seek to illuminate the nature and implications for the ministerial priesthood of the emerging vision of the priesthood suitable for an extroverted Church that is at once evangelizing and being evangelized, and siempre en salida, that is, “always reaching out.”

Biography: Father Allan Figueroa Deck, SJ, PH.D., S.T.D.

Jesuit Father Allan Figueroa Deck is currently Rector of the Jesuit Community and Distinguished Scholar of Pastoral Studies at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He holds doctoral degrees in Missiology and in Latin American Studies. As a newly ordained priest he served as administrator of a barrio parish and as first diocesan director of Hispanic Ministry. He taught pastoral theology and Latino studies at the Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University where he established the Instituto Hispano. Father Deck was a co-founder and first president of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (ACHTUS) and of the National Catholic Council for Hispanic Ministry (NCCHM). In 1997 he established the Loyola Institute for Spirituality in Orange, CA and served as its first Executive Director. In 2008 he was named first Executive Director of the Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). Father Deck has authored or edited nine volumes on pastoral ministry, faith and culture, and spirituality. His latest book is titled Francis, Bishop of Rome: The Gospel for the Third Millennium and is published by Paulist Press. This year in cooperation with the USCCB he edited a manual for the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities titled Building Intercultural Competence for Catholic Colleges and Universities which will be published in 2018.


Who is the point(s) of contact for the 2018 NFPC National Convocation of Priests?


Please remove me from your mailing list:

Rev Gregory L Frankman
St Bernard Church
213 E 6th Ave
Redfield SD 57469-1249


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Please update the mailing address for Most Reverend Gerard Battersby, from St. Mary’s of Redford Church, 14601 Mansfield St., Detroit, MI 48227 to his new address:
Most Rev. Gerard Battersby
35637 Cherry Hill Road
Westland, MI 48186-3474

Thank you for your assistance.
Cynthia Nita
Administrative Assistant