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1912 – Brown, Dillard Houston was born in Georgia in 1912. He was a Episcopal clergyman educated at the University of Southern California. In 1961 he was consecrated as the Suffragan Episcopal Bishop of Liberia. 1969 – Brown Dillard Houston was murdered in his church office in Liberia. Prior to his appointment as Bishop of ..

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1855 – Born on October 6th at Bally Cullen, Tipperary, Ireland. The first bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. 1863 – His family immigrated to the United States.          – Brennan began his studies for the priesthood at St. Bonaventure’s in Allegheny, New York. 1876 – Went to the University of Rouen, France ..

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1862 – He was born in Canada and educated at Trinity College, Toronto on the 9th of April. 1902 – After the Philippines were acquired by the United States during the Spanish-American War, the Episcopal Church appointed Brent as Missionary Bishop of the Philippines and arrived on the same ship with the American Governor, William ..

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1500 – Born in London, England. A bishop of London who supported Henry VIII’s antipapal measures but rejected the imposition of Protestant doctrine and worship during the reigns of Edward VI and Elizabeth I. 1532-1543 – Bonner became an outstanding Oxford lawyer, and he served Henry VIII on various foreign embassies, including several to Pope ..

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1685 – Born on the 12th of March in Dysert Castle, County Kilkenny, Ireland. 1696 – Studied at Kilkenny College. 1700 – He passed from the school at Kilkenny to Trinity College, Dublin. 1707 – Finished MA Philosophy at Trinity College Dublin.      – Wrote the book "Arithmetica", "Miscellanea Mathematica". 1709 – His New Theory ..

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Basil the Great is a Greek saint and church father. Went to Constantinople and spent four or five years there and at Athens, where he had Gregory Nazianzu. 365 – He was ordained presbyter of the Church at Caesarea. 370 – Eusebius, bishop of Caesarea, died, and Basil was chosen to succeed him. – Basil ..

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1726 – The Right Reverend Edward Bass, born on the 23rd of November. He was the first American Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts and second bishop of the Diocese of Rhode Island. 1744 – Attended and graduated in Harvard University. 1749 – He had been appointed assistant at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Newburyport, ..

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1951 – Born in Siirt, Turkey. 1971 – He studied theology at the Armenian Patriarchate in Jerusalem and was ordained a deacon and later a celibate priest. 1980-1992 – As pastor of the Armenian Church of Switzerland.        – He established and organized new church communities in Zurich, Bern, Kreazlingen and Lugano. 1992 – His ..

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