Meet the Missionaries

Fr. Samuel D’Angelo, cpps
Sudbury, Ontario

Fr. Samuel was born in Rochester, NY. After graduating from the University of Dayton, he worked for several years as a Lab Technician. Later, he completed his BS in Biology from John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio with a concentration in Chemistry and German. Today, he is a joy-filled parish priest and pastor in Northern Ontario in the city of Sudbury. In his free time he likes to paint, hike and cook.

Fr. Josephat Msuya, cpps
Fort Erie, Ontario

Fr. Josephat was born in Lindi, Tanzania. After completing his secondary education, he attended Jordan University and obtained a degree in Philosophy, later attending Salvatorian Institute of Theology. He dedicated several years in parish ministry and formation at the local seminary. With 20 years of pastoral ministry, he still spends his free days with the youth in the parish community. His presence and sense of humour is contagious.

 

Fr. Augusto Menichelli, cpps
North York, Ontario

Fr. Augusto was born in Soninno, Italy. He attended the Gregorian University in Rome and later received a STL degree in Theology of Communication, where he trained at the Vatican Radio. He also served in parish ministry before moving to Toronto, Canada. In Toronto, he was the Director of RadioMaria for Toronto-Montreal, Canada. Today, he finds happiness in minstering to the elderly, sick, and the lonely, where he brings renewed hope and peace to their hearts and spirits.

Fr. Phil Smith, cpps
Toronto, Ontario

Born in Kansas City, Missouri. He has served both in the USA and in Canada. He is currently the pastor of a multicultural parish in the Archdiocese of Toronto. Being true to the Precious Blood charism, he dedicates time in giving missions, retreats and day of prayer across Ontario. He is certainly a man of many words and a true storyteller.

Fr. Peter Nobili, cpps
Toronto, Ontario

Fr. Peter was born in Montecapri, Italy. He accepted the invitation to be a missionary at a young age, where he completed his theological studies in Chicago, USA. He spent many wonderful years in parish ministry in the USA and in the Niagara Region in Ontario. He is currently the Director of the USC, the lay association with Missionaries, where he guides, nourishes and promotes the spirituality of the Precious Blood.

Jerome Hologa

Jerome was born in Dodoma, Tanzania. He attended Jordon University where he obtained a degree in Philosophy and a Diploma in African Studies. He worked with the Railway Children of Africa, an NGO, for 5 years. It is during this time he began discerning a religious vocation. He completed his theology studies at St. Augustine’s Seminary, TST in 2020 Currently, he serves the community as Director of Development Office. He is responsible for the fundraising of the mission projects, editor of the Precious Blood Family magazine, and guides the lay associates. He awaits with excitement to be ordained to the Order of Diaconate and Priesthood this coming year.