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Lewis Jerome O’Hern

Clergyman

Lewis Jerome O’Hern, American clergyman. member of the board of directors Catholic Missionary Union. Knights of Columbus (4th degree).

Background

O’Hern, Lewis Jerome was born on June 12, 1878 in Olean, New York, United States. Son of Patrick and Ellen (Casey) O’Hern.

Education

Baccalaureate in Sacred Theology, Catholic University of America, 1903. S.T.D., University of St. Apolinare, Rome, 1911, Doctor of Civil Law, 1912. Doctor of Laws, Little Rock College, Arkansas, 1928.

Career

Ordained priest R.C. Church, 1903. Professor dogmatic theology and canon law, Paulist House of Studies, Catholic University of America, 1912-1921. Executive secretary to Cardinal Hayes, since 1917.

Appointed rector Apostolic Mission House and editor of The Missionary, 1921.

Membership

Member of the board of directors Catholic Missionary Union. Knights of Columbus (4th degree).

Connections

father:
Patrick O’Hern

mother:
Ellen (Casey) O’Hern