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Daniel Lytle Dolan

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St. Gertrude

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St. Gertrude

4900 Rialto Road

West Chester, Ohio,45069

United States

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St. Hugh of Lincoln in Milwaukee, Wisconsin » Clergy

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Daniel Dolan in his work.
Daniel Dolan. Dolan and Fr. Cekada. Dolan. He graduated from the seminary in Summer of 2012. Since then, his main occupation has been teaching religion in St. Gertrude the Great School, as well as saying the daily High Mass and preaching to our schoolchildren. He is also the pastor of our St. Clare mission in Chillicothe, Ohio, and often travels to say the Sunday Mass at Our Lady of the Rosary chapel in Shuteston, Louisiana. Daniel Lytle Dolan was born in 1951 in Detroit Michigan. He began his preparation for the priesthood in 1965 at the archdiocesan minor seminary in Detroit. He continued his studies in the Cistercian Order and at the seminary of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) in Ecône, Switzerland, where was ordained a priest by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on June 29, 1976. As a seminarian at Ecône in autumn 1973, he had already come to the conclusion that the only logical explanation for evil of the the New Mass and the errors of Vatican II was that Paul VI, due to personal heresy, had lost the pontificate. Ever since, he has steadfastly held that position regarding Paul VI and his successors, and never once acknowledged them as popes in the Canon of his Mass. This explanation for the situation after Vatican II later came to be known popularly as "sedevacantism" (from the Latin term for the interregnum between popes). Missionary Work in SSPX In early 1977 Father Dolan returned to the U.S., where he acquired a reputation as an eloquent preacher, and where in a few years, he had founded over 35 traditionalist Mass centers from East coast to West. In early 1983 Archbishop Lefebvre attempted to impose a "liturgical reform" on SSPX's American priests. Nine American priests, including Fr. Dolan, refused, and were promptly expelled from SSPX. (Four more would later join them.) Expansion in Cincinnati Fr. Dolan continued his missionary apostolate unchanged and increased the number of activities at his principal church, St. Gertrude the Great in Cincinnati, Ohio. The parish, which he founded himself in 1978, is one of the largest (600 members) and best-organized in the U.S. Bishop Dolan continues to serve as Pastor of St. Gertrude the Great Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition Bishop Dolan conducts a modest national and international apostolate. He confirms in churches in the U.S. operated by former members of SSPX, and has also travelled extensively to conduct episcopal functions for traditionalist churches and organizations in Mexico, France, Belgium and Italy.


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Daniel Lytle Dolan was born in 1951 in Detroit Michigan.
He began his preparation for the priesthood in 1965 at the archdiocesan minor seminary in Detroit. He continued his studies in the Cistercian Order and at the seminary of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) in Ecône, Switzerland, where he was ordained to the priesthool by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on June 29, 1976. As a seminarian at Ecône in autumn 1973, he had already come to the conclusion that the only logical explanation for the evil of the New Mass and the errors of Vatican II was that Paul VI, due to personal heresy, had lost the supreme pontificate. Ever since, he has steadfastly held that position regarding Paul VI and his successors, and never once acknowledged them as popes in the Canon of his Mass. This explanation for the situation after Vatican II later came to be known popularly as "sedevacantism" (from the Latin term for the interregnum between popes). Missionary Work in SSPX In early 1977 Father Dolan returned to the U.S., where he acquired a reputation as an eloquent preacher, and where in a few years, he had founded over 35 traditionalist Mass centers from East coast to West. Nine American priests, including Fr. Dolan, refused, and were promptly expelled from SSPX. (Four more would later join them.) Expansion in Cincinnati Fr. Dolan continued his missionary apostolate unchanged and increased the number of activities at his principal church, St. Gertrude the Great in Cincinnati, Ohio. The parish, which he founded himself in 1978, is one of the largest (600 members) and best-organized in the U.S. In 1989 Fr. Dolan initiated contacts with the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen ( CMRI). In 1992 Bishop Pivarunas, with a view towards assisting clergy formerly belonging to SSPX, asked Fr. Dolan to receive episcopal consecration. After considerable hesitation, Fr. Dolan agreed in mid-1993. Episcopal Consecration Bishop Dolan was consecrated a bishop in St. Gertrude the Great Church in Cincinnati on 30 November 1993, the Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle, during the course of Solemn Pontifical Mass. Bishop Dolan continues to serve as Pastor of St. Gertrude the Great Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition Bishop Dolan conducts a modest national and international apostolate. He confirms in churches in the U.S. operated by former members of SSPX, and has also travelled extensively to conduct episcopal functions for traditionalist churches and organizations in Mexico, France, Belgium and Italy.


St. Gertrude the Great » History

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Father Daniel Dolan, then ordained just a few months earlier by French Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, first visited these Catholics in 1976.
In February, 1978, he established St. Gertrude the Great Mission, which met for a monthly Mass in various rented facilities.


St. Gertrude the Great » Clergy

www.sgg.org [cached]

Daniel Lytle Dolan was born in 1951 in Detroit Michigan.
He began his preparation for the priesthood in 1965 at the archdiocesan minor seminary in Detroit. He continued his studies in the Cistercian Order and at the seminary of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) in Ecône, Switzerland, where was ordained a priest by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on June 29, 1976. As a seminarian at Ecône in autumn 1973, he had already come to the conclusion that the only logical explanation for evil of the the New Mass and the errors of Vatican II was that Paul VI, due to personal heresy, had lost the pontificate. Ever since, he has steadfastly held that position regarding Paul VI and his successors, and never once acknowledged them as popes in the Canon of his Mass. This explanation for the situation after Vatican II later came to be known popularly as "sedevacantism" (from the Latin term for the interregnum between popes). Missionary Work in SSPX In early 1977 Father Dolan returned to the U.S., where he acquired a reputation as an eloquent preacher, and where in a few years, he had founded over 35 traditionalist Mass centers from East coast to West. In early 1983, as part of a plan to compromise with the modernist Vatican, Archbishop Lefebvre attempted to impose a "liturgical reform" - the 1962 Missal of John XXIII - on SSPX's American priests. At the same time, the Archbishop insisted that the Americans accept the scandalous marriage annulments granted by modernist tribunals, and work with priests ordained according to the protestantized ordination rite promulgated by Paul VI in 1968. Nine American priests, including Fr. Dolan, refused, and were promply expelled from SSPX. (Four more would later join them.) Expansion in Cincinnati Fr. Dolan continued his missionary apostolate unchanged and increased the number of activities at his principal church, St. Gertrude the Great in Cincinnati, Ohio. The parish, which he founded himself in 1978, is one of the largest (600 members) and best-organized in the U.S. In 1989 Fr. Dolan initiated contacts with the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI). Pivarunas, with a view towards assisting clergy formerly belonging to SSPX, asked Fr. Dolan to receive episcopal consecration. After considerable hesitation, Fr. Dolan agreed in mid-1993. Bishop Dolan continues to serve as Pastor of St. Gertrude the Great Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition Bishop Dolan conducts a modest national and international apostolate. He confirms in churches in the U.S. operated by former members of SSPX, and has also travelled extensively to conduct episcopal functions for traditionalist churches and organizations in Mexico, France, Belgium, Poland and Italy.


St. Gertrude the Great » Clergy

www.sgg.org [cached]

Daniel Lytle Dolan was born in 1951 in Detroit Michigan.
He began his preparation for the priesthood in 1965 at the archdiocesan minor seminary in Detroit. He continued his studies in the Cistercian Order and at the seminary of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) in Ecône, Switzerland, where was ordained a priest by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre on June 29, 1976. As a seminarian at Ecône in autumn 1973, he had already come to the conclusion that the only logical explanation for evil of the the New Mass and the errors of Vatican II was that Paul VI, due to personal heresy, had lost the pontificate. Ever since, he has steadfastly held that position regarding Paul VI and his successors, and never once acknowledged them as popes in the Canon of his Mass. This explanation for the situation after Vatican II later came to be known popularly as "sedevacantism" (from the Latin term for the interregnum between popes). Missionary Work in SSPX In early 1977 Father Dolan returned to the U.S., where he acquired a reputation as an eloquent preacher, and where in a few years, he had founded over 35 traditionalist Mass centers from East coast to West. In early 1983, as part of a plan to compromise with the modernist Vatican, Archbishop Lefebvre attempted to impose a "liturgical reform" - the 1962 Missal of John XXIII - on SSPX's American priests. At the same time, the Archbishop insisted that the Americans accept the scandalous marriage annulments granted by modernist tribunals, and work with priests ordained according to the protestantized ordination rite promulgated by Paul VI in 1968. Nine American priests, including Fr. Dolan, refused, and were promply expelled from SSPX. (Four more would later join them.) Expansion in Cincinnati Fr. Dolan continued his missionary apostolate unchanged and increased the number of activities at his principal church, St. Gertrude the Great in Cincinnati, Ohio. The parish, which he founded himself in 1978, is one of the largest (600 members) and best-organized in the U.S. In 1989 Fr. Dolan initiated contacts with the Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen (CMRI). Pivarunas, with a view towards assisting clergy formerly belonging to SSPX, asked Fr. Dolan to receive episcopal consecration. After considerable hesitation, Fr. Dolan agreed in mid-1993. Bishop Dolan continues to serve as Pastor of St. Gertrude the Great Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition Bishop Dolan conducts a modest national and international apostolate. He confirms in churches in the U.S. operated by former members of SSPX, and has also travelled extensively to conduct episcopal functions for traditionalist churches and organizations in Mexico, France, Belgium, Poland and Italy.


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