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Sunday, August 16, 2009
The episcopal portrait: back when they knew how to do it...
Bishop of Sioux Falls in South Dakota he later was later named Archbishop of Saint Paul in Minnesota and died in Rome in 1961. Pray for the repose of his holy soul.
Lover of Futility
Archbishop Brady died on October 1 1961.
I always wondered where in Rome he died?
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