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George Bernard Nintemann

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Employment History

St. Bridget's Parish


Affiliations

O.P


Education

Aquinas High School


Croisier Preparatory Seminary


Web References(2 Total References)


Biographies of Deceased Members 1994-1999

www.op.org [cached]

George Bernard Nintemann, O.P. Bernard Francis Nintemann, one of five children of Herman J. and Angeline J. Nintemann of La Crescent, Minnesota, was born on April 11, 1931 . He and his twin brother Archie were the youngest of the children.His early education was in the public schools in District #32 of Winona County, Minnesota.He attended both Aquinas High School, La Crosse, Wisconsin, and Croisier Preparatory Seminary, Onamia, Minnesota, for his secondary education.His interest in priesthood and the Dominican Order led him to enroll in Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary, St. Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota, to prepare for entrance into the novitiate. On August 30, 1952, he was given the habit of the Order and the religious name of George at St Pear Martyr Priory, Winona, Minnesota, where he made his first profession on September 7, 1953.He was then sent to the Dominican House of Studies, River Forest, Illinois, for philosophical studies (1953-1956), after which he was transferred to St. Rose of Lima Priory, Dubuque, Iowa, for his theological studies (1956-1960).While at Dubuque he made his final profession on September 7, 1956, and was ordained a priest by Archbishop Leo Binz at St. Rose of Lima Priory on May 23, 1959. George chose to stay at St. Bridget's Parish with the people he had served and where he continued to manage for a time with the aid of hospice care and that of the people of the parish.He systematically began to prepare for death, disposing of personal belongings and making his good-bye's to friends.


Lives of the Brethren 1994-1999

www.domcentral.org [cached]

GEORGE BERNARD NINTEMANN, O.P.George Bernard NintemannGeorge chose to stay at St. Bridget's Parish with thepeople he had served and where he continued to manage for a time with the aid ofhospice care and that of the people of the parish.He systematically began to preparefor death, disposing of personal belongings and making his good-bye's to friends.


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