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Thomas H. Mclaughlin

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Thomas H. Mclaughlin, American bishop. Member Catholic Ednl. Association, Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic History Association, Irish History Association, Collectors League of New Jersey.

Background

Mclaughlin, Thomas H. was born on July 15, 1881 in New York, New York, United States. Son of John and Margaret (Byrne) Mclaughlin.

Education

Preparatory education, St. Francis Xavier High School. Bachelor of Arts, St. Francis Xavier College, 1901. S.T.D., Imperial Royal U., Innsbruck, Austria, 1908.

Career

Ordained R.C. priest, 1904. Chaplain Innsbruck and Fennberg, Austria. Assistant St. Michael’s Church, Jersey City, New Jersey, 1908.

Professor of philosophy and theology, Seton Hall College and Immaculate Conception Seminary, S. Orange and Darlington, New Jersey, 1908-1936. President Seton Hall College and rector Immaculate Conception Seminary. Became auxiliary bishop, Newark, New Jersey, 1935, bishop of Paterson, 1938.

Examiner clergy, 1910. Diocesan official since 1923. Became consultor Newark Diocese, 1923, vicar general, 1933.

Membership

Member Catholic Ednl. Association, Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic History Association, Irish History Association, Collectors League of New Jersey.

Connections

father:
John Mclaughlin

mother:
Margaret (Byrne) Mclaughlin