Assignment Record – Rev. James P. Stark
St. Paul archbishop was Leo Binz (1961-1975).
|1967||St. Stephen's||Anoka||MN||3/3||St. Stephen's had a school with 800-650 students.|
|1967||1969||St. Andrew's||St. Paul||MN||3/3||St. Andrew's had a school with 503-477 students.|
|1969||1973||Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary||Bloomington||MN||2/3||Nativity of the B.V.M. had a school with 519-456 students.|
|1973||1974||Holy Spirit||St. Paul||MN||2/2||Holy Spirit had a school with 485 students.|
Binz was succeeded by John Robert Roach (1975-1995).
|1977||St. Peter's||Richfield||MN||2/3||St. Peter's had a school with 420-338 students.|
|1977||1986||St. Michael's||Farmington||MN||1/1||Stark was removed from ministry in 1986.|
|1986||1989||Absent on Leave||Stark is not indexed beyond the 1989 Directory. He died March 29, 1999.|
Sources: Official Catholic Directory (New York: P.J. Kenedy and Sons, 1965-1989)
• James Stark Assignments, Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Feb. 16, 2014
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