Newark Archbishop John Myers
In announcing his departure earlier this month, Rev. Thomas Iwanowksi said he met with Newark Archbishop John Myers on July 5 “to discuss the situation here.” The two decided “it would be best” for Iwanowski to move ‘forward in faith.”’
The Rev. Michael Fugee submitted his request and it was promptly accepted by Newark Archbishop John Myers on Thursday evening.
Loyal members feel like they have been punched in the gut, with some of the opinion that Newark’s archbishop is out of touch with the community.
The leader of more than 1 million Roman Catholics in northern New Jersey is urging parishioners to vote “in defense of marriage and life.”