For just the ninth time in 136 years, the leadership of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport will change Thursday afternoon.Monsignor Thomas Zinkula, 60, of Dubuque, will be ordained as bishop, succeeding Bishop Martin Amos. Amos turned 75 years old in December, and by the rules of his faith, was eligible to retire.The invitation-only events begin at 2 p.m. at St. John Vianney Catholic Church, Bettendorf.
Just before midnight Tuesday, the sun reaches its northern-most point from the equator to make Wednesday the longest period of daylight of the year.In the Quad-Cities, that means the sun is the highest it will get in the sky, and its rays hit Earth more directly, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac online, almanac.com.Dawn broke at 3:18 a.m., the sun rose at 5:28 a.m. and will set at 8:39 p.m., with dark descending at 10:50 p.m. That's more than 15 hours of daylight.
St. Peter's Catholic Church in Buffalo is one of the original churches in Scott County, dating back more than 150 years.St. Peter's is going strong in 2017 and will celebrate its sesquicentennial on June 29, the Feast Day of Sts. Peter and Paul. The new head of the Diocese of Davenport, Bishop Thomas Zinkula, will attend.More than 100 people had reserved space for the event by mid-June.
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