The Catholic Church in Mississippi, 1911-1984: A History

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Appendix 3
Irish Priests

ALUMNI ORDAINED FROM CARLOW COLLEGE FOR THE DIOCESE OF NATCHEZ
ORDINATION NAME YEARS IN COLLEGE
1918 Patrick J. Carey 1914-1918
1918 William J. Leech 1912-1918
1918 Daniel J. O'Beirne 1914-1918
1922 James McGlade 1916-1922
1924 Herbert Mullin 1918-1924
1925 Patrick McAlphine 1919-1925
1926 Patrick J. O'Donnell 1920-1926
1927 Patrick J. Muldoon 1921-1927
1927 Peter J. Quinn 1921-1927
1930 Martin Moloney 1924-1930
1931 Francis J. Quinn 1925-1931
1932 Francis McCollum 1926-1928
1933 Patrick Moran 1927-1933
1940 Thomas E. Williams 1933-1940
1942 James Curley 1936-1942
1942 Paul Hession 1935-1942
1942 Eamon Mullen 1936-1942
1943 Michael H. Campbell 1936-1943
1943 Peter Killen 1936-1943
1944 James G. Brett 1938-1944
1944 Michael Fox 1939-1945
1945 James Hannon 1939-1945
1945 Thomas McIntyre 1939-1945
1945 John O'Brien 1939-1945
1946 John A. Bryan 1939-1946
1946 Michael J. Glynn 1939-1946

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Notes xix
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 18
  • Part I - The Hierarchy 21
  • Notes 25
  • 1 - John E. Gunn, 1911-1924 29
  • 2 - Richard O. Gerow: The Natchez Years, 1924-1948 51
  • Notes 68
  • 3 - Richard O. Gerow: The Jackson Years, 1948-1966 75
  • Notes 93
  • 4 - Joseph Bernard Brunini: A Native Son 101
  • 5: Joseph Bernard Brunini 131
  • Part II - Clergy, Religious, and Laity 153
  • 6 - Clergy and Religious, 1911-1984 157
  • 7: Laity 183
  • 8: Outreach (Evangelization) 211
  • 9: Mississippi and Southern Catholicism 243
  • Epilogue 253
  • Notes 258
  • Appendix 1 Native Priests 259
  • Appendix 2 Priests in the Diocese, 1911-1984 261
  • Appendix 3 Irish Priests 285
  • Appendix 4 Religious Orders 289
  • Appendix 5 PARISHES, 1911-1984 293
  • Appendix 6 Schools 297
  • Selected Bibliography 301
  • Index 307
  • About the Author 315
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