A Catholic Prelate
Patrick John Eyan, whose administration as archbishop has given him a world wide f amo, was bom in Cloveyharp, Ireland, Feb. 20, 1831, was educated at Thurles and Dublin and ordained deacon in 1853. The same year he emigrated to St. Lonis, where he finished his studies in the Carondelet seminary, and was raised to the priesthood in 1854. In 1872 he was made vicar general, and was named as "Bishop of Wisconsin," to assist Archbishop Kenrick. On June 8, 1884, he was made archbiehop of Philadelphia.
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