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Joseph Buckley

Joseph Buckley, American clergyman. Decorated Bronze Star medal. member New Orleans Archdiocesan Clergy Senate, since 1975.; Served to major Chaplain Corps Army of the United States, 1942-1946.; Member American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Theological Society, American Legion (chaplain Louisiana 1950-1951, Ohio 1953-1954, Italy-Greece 1969-1970). Home and office: New Orleans Los Angeles.

Background

  • Buckley, Joseph was born on September 3, 1905 in St. Paul. Son of James Augustine and Mary (Magner) B. Student, Marist College, Washington, 1925-1927.

  • Education

    • Student, Marist College, Washington, 1925-1927.

    Works

    • Author: Man’s Last End, 1949, Christian Design for Sex, 1952, Purity, Modesty, Marriage, 1960. Translator: from French to English The Three Stages of Spiritual Life, 3 vols, 1956.

    Membership

    Member New Orleans Archdiocesan Clergy Senate, since 1975.; Served to major Chaplain Corps Army of the United States, 1942-1946. Member American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Theological Society, American Legion (chaplain Louisiana 1950-1951, Ohio 1953-1954, Italy-Greece 1969-1970).

    Home and office: New Orleans Los Angeles.

    Connections

    • father: James Augustine Student
    • mother: Mary (Magner) B. Student
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    Born September 3, 1905
    Nationality

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