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Rochester Churches Monroe County
St. Bridget

Biography

Location: Monroe County, Rochester NE
Address: St. Bridgets Dr. Map
Parish formed: Apr. 21, 1854
Present church built: Apr. 12, 1875 [dedicated]
Present affiliation: Closed
Date closed: Sep. 7, 1997
Web site: n/a

Pastors/Rectors/Administrators

  • Fr. A. Saunier, April 1854-July 1856
  • Fr. Thomas O'Flaherty, July 1856-October 1856
  • Fr. Daniel Moore, October 1856-September 1858
  • Fr. Peter Barker, October 1858-June 1859
  • Fr. F. McKeon, June 1859-December 1859
  • Fr. William F. Payne, May 1860-June 1867
  • Fr. Nicholas Byrne, July 1867-April 1871
  • Fr. J. F. O'Hare, September 1871-April 1876
  • Fr. James O'Connor, April 1876-September 1891
  • Bp. Thomas A. Hendrick, September 1891-August 1903
  • Fr. Daniel W. Kavanaugh, Aug. 1, 1903-Jan. 1914 [upon retirement, poor health]
  • Fr. J. Besnihan, Jan. 1914-May 1937
  • Fr. Gerald T. Brennan, June 1937-1961
  • Francis H. Vogt, 1961-1977
  • Fr. John V. Forni, 1977-Jan. 1980
  • Dozia Wilson, Jan. 1980-Mar. 8, 1980 [Administrator; upon resignation]
  • Fr. Douglas Hoffman, Mar. 8, 1980-Apr. 2, 1980 [Administrator]
  • Fr. Daniel O'Shea, Apr. 2, 1980-June 28, 1983
  • Fr. Robert T. Werth, June 28, 1983-June 30, 1992
  • Fr. Anthony P. Mugavero, June 30, 1992-2005
  • Fr. Paul Gitau, 2005-Sep. 7, 1997

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