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Louis R Stickney

Clergyman

Louis R Stickney, American clergyman. Awarded medal Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice, by Pope Pius X, 1908; Chevalier Order of the Crown, Belgium, 1920; created domestic prelate by Pope Pius XI, 1922. Member Maryland. History Society.

Background

Stickney, Louis R was born on February 26, 1879 in Newark, New Jersey, United States. Son of George R. and Sylvia E. (De Wulf) Stickney.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, St. Charles College, Ellicott City, Maryland., 1896. Licentiate of Sacred Theology, North American College, Rome, 1902.

Career

Ordained priest R.C. Church, 1902. Secretary Apostolic Delegation, Ottawa, Canada, 1903-1904, Washington, District of Columbia, 1904-1908. Secretary to Cardinal Gibbons, 1908-1913.

Chancellor Archidiocese of Baltimore, 1913-1919. Appointed consultor same, 1919. Rector Cathedral, Baltimore, 1919-1928.

Pastor Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Mount Washington, Baltimore, from 1928.

Membership

Member Maryland. History Society.

Connections

father:
George R. Stickney

mother:
Sylvia E. (De Wulf) Stickney