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Bishop Thomas Stewart (1925-1994), SSC, JCD, DD,was an Irish Columban priest, who served as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Chunchon from 1966 until 1994. Thomas Stewart was born in 1925 in Woodford, County Galway, Ireland. Fr Stewart was ordained a priest in 1950 for the Missionary Society of St. Columban, and went to Korea in 1954. He served as Vicar General in the Chunchon Diocese before being elevated in 1966 to Bishop. For health reasons Dr. Stewart retired as bishop in May 1994, and died a few months later in Ireland of a heart attack.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, provides the Roman Catholic Church's pastoral and spiritual services to those serving in the armed forces of the United States and their dependents and to all military and naval bases, to the facilities of the Veterans Administration, and to other federal services overseas.
The Diocese of Chunchon is a particular church of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in South Korea. A suffragan in the ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Seoul, it has ecclesiastic authority over the administrative province of Gangwon-do.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Cheju is a Latin rite suffragan diocese in the ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Gwangju, South Korea, yet depends on the missionary Roman Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples. Its episcopal see and mother church is Immaculate Conception Cathedral in Jeju City.
Thomas Jerome Welsh was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of Arlington, Virginia (1974–83) and as Bishop of Allentown, Pennsylvania (1983–97).
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The Diocese of Calgary is a Latin suffragan diocese of the Metropolitan of Edmonton.
Thomas Joseph Drury DD LHD (1908–1992) served as the first Roman Catholic bishop of San Angelo, Texas and fourth bishop of Corpus Christi.
The Missionary Society of St. Columban, commonly known as the Columbans, is a missionary Catholic society of apostolic life, founded in Ireland in 1916 and approved by the Vatican in 1918. Initially it was known as the Maynooth Mission to China. Members may be priests, seminarians or lay workers. Fr John Blowick, one of the two founders of the Society, also founded the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban to share in their work. The society is dedicated to St. Columbanus. The current international headquarters is in Hong Kong.
Thomas Anthony Finnegan was the Bishop of Killala, County Mayo, Ireland from 1987-2002.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Dunkeld is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church in Scotland.
Cecil Richard Rutt CBE was an English Roman Catholic priest and a former Anglican bishop.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Myitkyina is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in Burma. Erected in 1939 as the Apostolic Prefecture of Bhamo, the prefecture was created from territory in the Apostolic Vicariate of Northern Burma. In 1961, the Prefecture was elevated to a full diocese, suffragan to the Archdiocese of Mandalay. The current bishop is Francis Daw Tang, appointed in 2004. Currently the Diocese manages numerous churches, schools and clinics throughout Kachin State.
Bishop Edward J. Galvin was founder of the Missionary Society of St. Columban and first Bishop of Hanyang, China.
The Parish Church of Epiphany of Our Lord, formerly Three Kings Parish Church, is a Roman Catholic church located in Lingayen, Pangasinan in the Philippines. It is the co-cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Lingayen-Dagupan.
Rev. Thomas F. Quinlan S.S.C., D.D. was an Irish born priest, who served as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Chunchon in Korea from 1945 until 1966.
Rev. Owen McPolin( ) SSC. MA, STL, (1889–1963) was an Irish priest who served on missions to China and Korea.
Bishop Patrick Cleary SSC, DD was an Irish missionary priest who served as Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Nancheng, China. An educator, he established a seminary in Nancheng. In 1949, the People's Republic of China was established, which resistant to foreigners and western religion. He continued to run the mission until 1952, when he was imprisoned and then expelled from China. He returned to Ireland where he returned to teaching at St Columban's College seminary.
Bishop James Kavanagh BA STL Dip Ecom Sci, MA(Hons) (1914-2002), was an Irish priest and professor, who served as Auxiliary Bishop in the Dublin Archdiocese. Dr. Kavanagh was appointed as the professor of Sociology in University College Dublin in 1966.
Fr. Anthony (Tony) Collier, (1913-1950), was an Irish Catholic missionary priest, a member of Missionary Society of St. Columban. He was killed by North Korean forces on June 27, 1950, the first non-Korean killed during the Korean War.
Monsignor Patrick Brennan (1901-1950), was an American born, Catholic missionary priest, killed by North Korean forces in 1950. Patrick Brennan, was born March 13, 1901, in Chicago, Illinois, to Irish parents. He was educated in St Rita's High School and Quigley's Prep Seminary before studying for the priesthood in Mundelin seminary and ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1928, and served as a curate in Epiphany Church, St. Mary of the Lake, and St Anthonys Joliet.
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