Polish sedevacantist priest. Famous for his words against homo..
Rev. William A. Van Croft, Jr., an Episcopal priest, was the Rector of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Washington, DC following the promotion of Rev. Dillard H. Brown to Episcopal Bishop of Liberia. Rev. Van Croft was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. He served in the Army during World War II. Following his service, ..
1913 – Born on March 19th in Darlington, New Jersey. The founding Pastor of the Church of the Holy Child in Staten Island. – He attended Sacred Heart School in Suffern, NY, Cathedral Prep in Manhattan and St. Joseph Seminary in Dunwoodie, New York. 1938 – Brennan served as Associate Pastor at St. ..
1774 – Born on June 19th. An American clergyman. 1796 – Graduated from Harvard University. 1798 – He was an ordained pastor of the Cpngregational Church at West Newbury, Massachusetts. 1808-1846 – He was a professor at Andover Theological Seminary and later became the seminary’s chair of Christian theology. – He wrote Lectures ..
1937 – He received his master’s degree at Vanderbilt University. 1944 – He ascended the pulpit of the Broadway Church of Christ in Lubbock, beginning a 13-year ministry that included construction oversight for the largest Church of Christ building in the world. – Married to Helen Mattox. 1956 – He joined Helen’s brother ..
1791 – Born on the 14th of December in Dublin, Ireland. 1817 – “Burial of Sir John Moore”, Commemorating the commander of the British forces at the Battle of Corunna during the Peninsular War, is one of the best known funeral elegies in English. 1871 -Wolfe attended Trinity College, Dublin, was ordained, and held curacies ..
1723 – He was born on the 5th day of February this year in Gifford, East Lothian, Scotland. 1739 – He attended the Haddington Grammar School, and obtained a Master of Arts from the University of Edinburgh. 1745 – He was briefly imprisoned at Doune Castle, Doune, Stirling, which had a long-term impact ..
1849 – Born on October 16th in Bedford Springs, Pennsylvania. American historian, clergyman, politician, lawyer, lecturer, and soldier who was the first person to write an objective and scientifically researched history of black people in the United States. 1863 – The son of a laborer, Williams enlisted at age 14 in the Union Army and ..
1694 – Born on the 26th of August. 1711 – He was educated at Harvard, graduating, at the age of seventeen. 1722 – He studied divinity with his father and was ordained a clergyman. 1726 – Served the church at Wethersfield, when he became fourth Rector of Yale College, serving in that capacity for thirteen ..
1931 – Born in Klerksdorp, Transvaal on the 7th of October. 1951-1953 – Tutu studied at the Pretoria Bantu Normal College and went on to teach at Johannesburg Bantu High School. 1955 – He has been married to Leah Nomalizo. 1960 – He continued his studies, this time in theology and was ordained as an ..