|Archbishop of Vancouver|
|Successor||William Mark Duke|
|Birth name||Timothy Casey|
|Born||February 20, 1862|
Flume Ridge, New Brunswick
|Died||October 6, 1931 69) (aged|
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
|Motto||Dominus Spes Mea|
Timothy Casey (February 20, 1862 – October 6, 1931) was the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Vancouver, Canada, from 1912 to 1931.
Timothy Casey was born on February 20, 1862, in Flume Ridge, New Brunswick.
In 1885, Timothy Casey became a priest of Saint John in America, New Brunswick, Canada.
In 1900, Timothy Casey became consecrated as Bishop of Saint John in America and then was appointed as Archbishop of Vancouver in 1912.
Timothy Casey died on October 6, 1931.
Casey is noted for holding together the Catholic Archdiocese of Vancouver through hard financial times of pre & post World War I.
|Catholic Church titles|
| Bishop of Saint John of America |
Edward Alfred LeBlanc
| Archbishop of Vancouver |
William Mark Duke
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