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Rev. James W. Fahey

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Immaculate Conception Parish

193 Main Street

North Easton, Massachusetts 02356

United States

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Pastor: Rev. James W. Fahey

Rectory Phone: 508-238-3232 Email:
Religious Education Office : Phone 508-238-3230

Retirements of Two Priests, New Assignments for Seven Others Announced [cached]

Rev. James W. Fahey, from pastor of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Parish in South Attleboro, to pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish in North Easton;

Father Fahey was born in Taunton. He completed four years of high school and one college year at the Columban Fathers' Seminary in Silver Lake, N.Y. He continued his preparation for the priesthood at St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore and was ordained by Bishop Connolly on May 1, 1970 in St. Mary's Cathedral. He was first assigned as a parochial vicar at Our Lady of the Assumption Parish, Osterville, and in 1971 was sent to Immaculate Conception Parish in North Easton, where he will now return as pastor. In July 1977, Father Fahey began a 20 year career as a U.S. Navy chaplain and served in posts all over the world. Retiring from the Navy with the rank of commander in 1997, he returned to his home diocese to become pastor of St. Theresa of the Child Jesus Parish in South Attleboro.

Kamikaze Attack, 1944

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James J. Fahey joined the Navy in October 1942. He became a Seaman First Class aboard the cruiser USS Montpelier and saw action from the Solomon Islands through the end of the war.

James Fahey kept a diary of his experiences. We join his story as the Montpelier's alarms announce a Japanese attack:
James J. Fahey, 1943 ...A Jap dive bomber crashed into one of the 40 mm. mounts but lucky for them it dropped its bombs on another ship before crashing. Parts of the plane flew everywhere when it crashed into the mount. Part of the motor hit Tomlinson, he had chunks of it all over him, his stomach, back, legs etc.The rest of the crew were wounded, most of them were sprayed with gasoline from the plane. Tomlinson was thrown a great distance and at first they thought he was knocked over the side.
James Fahey's account appears in: Fahey, James, Pacific War Diary 1942-1945 (1963); Inoguichi, R, Nakajma T., and Pineau, R. The Divine Wind: Japan's Kamikaze Force in World War II (1959).

Church History at Most Holy Name of Jesus, Gulfport, FL [cached]

On January 3, 1960, at the Retired Coast Guard Club of Miriam Street, four hundred twenty-five people participated in the celebration of the mass with Father James Fahey, assistant pastor to Father Weinheimer.

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Rev. James W. Fahey 508.238.3232

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