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1888 – Born on the 1st of August in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1933 – He served as Instructor of Religion, Dean of the College of Commerce. 1934 – He was one of the directors of Catholic army and navy Chaplains during World War ll. 1939 – He was appointed Apostolic Vicar for the US Military ..

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1896 – Born on the 18th of July in Scranton, Pennsylvania. 1941 – He was raised to the rank of Privy Chamberlain of his Holiness. 1947 – He became the Executive Director of the Catholic Charities in New York. 1948 – He received his Episcopal Consecration from Francis Cardinal Spellman. 1962 – He attended the ..

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1741 – Murray, John, founder of the Universalist denomination in America was born in England. 1770 – Murray emigrated to America where, after traveling as a Universalist preacher for four years in New Jersey, New York, and New England, he settled in Gloucester, Mass. He continued his preaching there and in nearby centers. 1775 – ..

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1947 – Born on the 28th of May.          – McKenzie received a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park.          – She received Master of Divinity degree from Howard University and her Doctor of Ministry degree from United Theological Seminary in Ohio. 1984 – McKenzie received ..

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US Baptist clergyman and educator   dean of Howard University Divinity School 1934-1940   president of Morehouse College 1940-1967   wrote autobiography "Born to Rebel" 1971   acknowledged by Martin Luther King Jr. as spiritual mentor   Spingarn ..

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1902 – He was born on the 27th day of May this year in Scotland.   1927 – He was a penniless immigrant when he landed at Ellis Island in New York.   1931 – He graduated from Columbia Theological Seminary.   1935 – He became the pastor of a small, rural church in Covington, ..

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1864 – Born on March 4th in Charleville, County Cork, Ireland.  Roman Catholic prelate who became one of Australia’s most controversial political figures during the first half of the 20th century. 1882 – His domineering mother steered him from Sisters of Mercy and Christian Brothers’ primary schools into Latin-teaching academies, thence through St Colman’s, Fermoy, ..

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