Daniel Joseph Kennedy, American clergyman, educator. Member commission of 3 by appointment of Governor Herrick of Ohio, for erection of equestrian statute of General Philip H. Sheridan in his home town, Somerset, O.
Kennedy, Daniel Joseph was born on January 12, 1862 in Knox Company, Eastern Tennessee. Son of Daniel Bernard and Ellen (Boland) Kennedy.
St. Joseph’s Convent, Somerset, O., 1876-1881 (School of Theology and Ministry, 1898). Dominican College, Louvain, Belgium, 1881-1885. S.T.Lr., Louvain, 1885.
Joined Dominican Fathers (O.P.), 1876. Ordained ministry R.C. Church, 1884. Professor philosophy and theology, Dominican House of Studies, Somerset, 1885-1890.
Professor philosophy, University of Freiberg, Switzerland, 1890-1891. Professor theology, Dominican House of Studies, 1892-1905, and regent of studies, 1896-1905. Regent of studies, Dominican House of Studies, Washington, District of Columbia, 1905-1919.
Lecturer on sacramental theology, 1906-1909, professor, 1909-1920, professor dogmatic theology, 1920-1923, Catholic University of America.
Author: The Summa Theologica of Saint Thomas, 1915. Saint Thomas and Medieval Philosophy, 1919.
Member commission of 3 by appointment of Governor Herrick of Ohio, for erection of equestrian statute of General Philip H. Sheridan in his home town, Somerset, O.