John Baptist Hogan
Priest, born near Ennis, Ireland, 1829; died Saint-Sulpice, France, 1901.
After studying at Bordeaux, he joined the Sulpicians at Issy and taught theology and liturgy with great success.
In 1884 he was sent to the United States and later obtained a chair in the Catholic University, Washington, DC.
He was a highly esteemed spiritual director, and wrote a useful ecclesiastical manual entitled "," besides many articles for the "Ecclesiastical Review."
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