Murdered Roman Catholic Priests: Adam Moleyns, Albert of Louvain, Alfonso Navarro, Andrea Santoro, Antonio Llido, Assassinated Catholic Priests in Gua

 
9781155463667: Murdered Roman Catholic Priests: Adam Moleyns, Albert of Louvain, Alfonso Navarro, Andrea Santoro, Antonio Llido, Assassinated Catholic Priests in Gua
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Adam Moleyns, Albert of Louvain, Alfonso Navarro, Andrea Santoro, Antonio Llidó, Assassinated Catholic priests in Guatemala, Augustine Geve, Buu Dong, Chandra Fernando (priest), Conrad (Bishop of Utrecht), Engelbert II of Berg, Enrique Angelelli, Eugene John Hebert, Ezechiele Ramin, Francis Douglas (priest), George Ibrahim, James Coyle, Jerzy Popie?uszko, John Geoghan, Joseph Chhmar Salas, José Reynal-Restrepo, Juan Soldevilla y Romero, Leo Heinrichs, Luigi Locati, Luigi Padovese, Mary Bastian, Mateo Correa Magallanes, Mychal Judge, Nicholas Pillai Pakiaranjith, Nicolas Viel, Octavio Ortiz, Pope Benedict VI, Rhoel Gallardo, Rufus Halley, Salvatore Colombo, Shtjefën Gjeçovi, Stanley Rother, Sylwester Zych, Thiruchelvam Nihal Jim Brown, Vincent Nsengiyumva. Excerpt: Mychal F. Judge, OFM (born Robert Emmet Judge on May 11, 1933; died September 11, 2001) was a Roman Catholic priest of the Franciscan Order of Friars Minor, Chaplain of the Fire Department of New York and the first certified fatality of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Robert Emmet (Mychal) Judge was the son of Irish Catholic immigrants from County Leitrim and the firstborn of a pair of fraternal twins. With his twin sister Dympna and his older sister Erin, he grew up in Brooklyn, during the Great Depression. His lifelong affinity for the poor began at a young age; he often gave his only quarter to beggars on the street. At the age of six, he watched his father die of a slow and painful illness. To compensate for his father's inability to work, Judge shined shoes at New York Penn Station from where he would visit St Francis of Assisi Church on West 31st Street. Seeing the Franciscan friars there, he later said, "I realized that I didn't care for material things ... I knew then that I wanted to be a friar." In 1948, at the age of 15, Judge began the formation process to enter the Franciscan community. He trained at three seminaries in New York, New Jersey, and New Hampshire before receiving his BA degree from St. Bonaventure University. He completed his training and was ordained a priest at Holy Name College in Washington, DC in 1961. Upon entering the Order of Friars Minor, he took the religious name of Michael, later changing the spelling to Mychal. From 1961 to 1986, Father Mychal Judge served at St Anthony Shrine in Boston, St Joseph Parish in East Rutherford, NJ, Sacred Heart Parish in Rochelle Park, NJ, and St Joseph Parish in West Milford, NJ. For three years he served as assistant to the president at Siena College in Loudonville, NY. In 1986, he was assigned to the monastery of St Francis of Assisi Church on West 31st Street, New York, where he lived and worked until his death in 2001. Around 1971, Judge became an alcoholic, although he never showed obvious si

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