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November 2, 2020, by Janna Reynolds
Remembering Father Apuzzo Over the years, when our pastor was on leave, our church, St. Timothy, Tappahannock, would invite Father “Pat” Apuzzo to say our Masses. When he arrived, even though he may not have seen us for a while, he always remembered those who assisted him at the Mass by their first names. Due to his physical infirmities, it was necessary to place a chair at the front side of the altar so he could sit while delivering his homilies. He always addressed some social issue that was current and challenging. He never raised his voice, but his word choice and his quiet delivery commanded the attention of all those in attendance. And he always had interesting examples from…


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