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Jesuit Pacific Bishop dies

Just a day after the fourth anniversary of his episcopal consecration, Bishop Thomas Joseph Feeney, Si., first Vicar Apostolic of the Caroline and Marshall Islands —an area of 2,000,000 square miles in the Pacific—has died at his sister's home in Magnolia, Massachusetts. He was 61.

Archbishop Cushing of Boston, who consecrated him, offered the Requiem Mass preceding his burial.

Bishop Feeney was for some years Superior of the Jesuit missions in Jamaica, British West Indies.




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