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Rev. Lukka appointed to parishes in Garden, Nahma and Cooks

June 23, 2012
Daily Press

MARQUETTE - Bishop Alexander Sample of the Catholic Diocese of Marquette has announced the appointment of Rev. Antony Lukka, 46, as pastor of the parishes of St. John the Baptist in Garden, St. Andrew in Nahma and St. Mary Magdalene in Cooks, effective July 3.

Rev. Lukka will be relieved of his assignment as associate pastor of the parishes of Sacred Heart in L'Anse, St. Anne in Baraga, and The Most Holy Name of Jesus-Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha in Assinins. The current pastor of the parishes in the Garden area, Rev. James Roetzer, is taking time off from active ministry.

Rev. Lukka is a diocesan priest from India. Ordained to the priesthood on May 30, 1995, he served as an assistant pastor and pastor of parishes in his native country. In addition, he has 14 years experience as a post-graduate teacher in chemistry at St. Antony's Public School and Junior College in India, while serving for seven years as vice principal and then seven years as principal of those schools.

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