Monsignor Fleming’s 50th

| June 1, 2023 | 0 Comments

RECEPTION AT ST. BRENDAN SCHOOL. Shown are Jane Hawley, Patricia McKeever, Msgr. Fleming and Iris Craddock.

TOM PATTERSON, Msgr. Fleming and Kelly Martin.

A large gathering of family, friends, neighbors and parishioners took place at the Parish Center (and indoor basketball court) of St. Brendan School on Sun., May 28 to celebrate with Msgr. Terrance Fleming his 50th year since being ordained a priest in the Roman Catholic Church. He has served the Archdiocese of Los Angeles since 1973.

MONSIGNOR Fleming and Marge Graf.

PARTY with In’n’Out Burgers and more outside St. Brendan School.

The pastor at St. Brendan Church from 2005 until his retirement in 2016, the monsignor subsequently has been the executive director of the archdiocese’s Mission Office that coordinates local efforts to support Catholic charity organizations. In March of 2022, Archbishop José H. Gomez appointed Msgr. Fleming as episcopal vicar for the Our Lady of the Angels Pastoral Region to oversee temporarily the administration of the most populous of the archdiocese’s five pastoral regions. The monsignor’s Central Los Angeles region includes 77 parishes, 12 high schools, 48 elementary schools, two hospitals and four parochial missions. Msgr. Fleming previously served as a theology professor at St. John’s Seminary in Camarillo (1982-1989), pastor of St. Vibiana’s Cathedral (1990-1994), and vicar general of the archdiocese (1997-2002).

IN RED AT THE ALTAR, from left, are Monsignor Fleming, Archbishop Gomez and Cardinal Mahony.

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