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Paulist Archives (#47227615)
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Bio Photo The archives of the Paulist Fathers, a Roman Catholic religious order, in Washington, DC. We create memorials for the deceased members of our community.
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richard finnick
Fr. Sheehy
I met this marvelous man at the University of Maine in 1951. It was through him and Fr. LeTourneau that my search for my calling in life began.

Dick Finnick
Added by richard finnick on Dec 01, 2015 8:42 AM
richard finnick
Fr. Whitley
My year at the Catonsville, MD Preparatory Seminar (1951-1952), was followed by a 3-year Army tour, 4.5 years at Northeastern, 18 months training with DuPont and then assignment to a sales territory that included Baltimore and vicinity. I went back to the Catonsville preparatory Seminary and found Fr. Whitley still there. The year would have been about 1962 - 1963. His find a grave bio doesn't mention his being there in that time frame, but it's quite possible my memory has been dulled with the passage of time. Can you let me know when Fr. Whitley last served at this facility? He was the only Priest still there from my short time there.

Thank you,

Dick Finnick

Added by richard finnick on Dec 01, 2015 8:27 AM
richard finnick
Fr. Russ Ryan
It was my privilege to study under Fr. Ryan for a year (Dec 1951-Dec 1952) at the Catonsville, MD facility. He was one of the most compassionate men I have ever met.

Dick Finnick
Aurora, Ohio
Added by richard finnick on Dec 01, 2015 7:36 AM
Steven Keller
William Joseph Finn, CSP #96880159
Greetings! I am working on a project relating to Sister Mary Paulina Finn, VHM, the noted American Catholic poet and I am wondering what her relation to Father Finn is?

Sister Paulina wrote under the pseudonym, M S Pine.

God bless you for your help.

Steve
Added by Steven Keller on Nov 08, 2015 1:07 PM
Bernard Johnson
Paulist plot at Holy Cross
The Paulist graves at Hoky Cross Culver City are in Section AA, not A. I am sending you edits.
Added by Bernard Johnson on Apr 20, 2015 7:00 PM
Ed Mac
RE: Wm McDonald
Hello Fr Ron....I located the Headstone and grave marker for Fr. McDonald at St. Mary's and added them to his memorial page...All the best Ed McDonough
Added by Ed Mac on Nov 13, 2014 6:00 PM
Ed Mac
RE: Wm McDonald
Hello Fr. Paul....I will get in touch w Mr O'Connor at St. Mary's Cem. and see if he can look again for me..He is a wonderful man and has been quite helpful to me...Ed
Added by Ed Mac on Oct 25, 2014 3:20 PM
Ed Mac
Wm McDonald
I asked the Cemetery Supt. for info re the burial of W. McDonald and they gave me " a " burial...when I went to add the photo of the headstone and looked at the Memorial Page it was obvious i did not have the correct Wm. McDonald burial...I will try again...My apologies for apparently jumping the gun...Ed McDonough
Added by Ed Mac on Oct 22, 2014 9:11 AM
Jackie Territo
John R Robinson
I went to St Peter's today. They have no record of him. They have a John Robinson that died in 1909. Perhaps he is in a different Cemetery or the death date is incorrect. If you find any new information I would be glad to help. If you knew a family member's name I might be able to track him.
Added by Jackie Territo on Apr 16, 2014 12:30 PM
Linda Allen
RE: Thank you!
You're welcome
Added by Linda Allen on Mar 07, 2014 7:09 AM
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