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Rev. John Mark Gannon

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Phone: +44 *** *** ****  HQ Phone
Archdiocese of Glasgow
196 Clyde Street
Glasgow , Glasgow G1 4JY
United Kingdom

Company Description: Over the years we have worked with many thousands of young people in a variety of local, Scottish and international projects. Although the methods and approaches...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    National Catholic Welfare Council
  • Founder
    Gannon University
  • Treasurer
  • Founder
    Mercyhurst Seminary
  • Founder
    Cathedral College
  • Founder
    National Bureau of Information


  • D.D.
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Reverend John Gannon History [cached]
On Friday, August 12, 1921, Bishop John Mark Gannon summoned the pastors of Erie's twelve parishes to meet for the purpose of discussing the "lack of Catholic education for high school boys in the city. "Many Catholics," he claimed, "although highly intelligent and deserving, were denied the chance to receive a preparatory education because they were poor.
Our Lady of the Lake [cached]
"Pat" Flynn, Al Hermann, and Mr. Doucette as an official delegation, sought permission from Bishop John Mark Gannon of Erie to initiate the construction of a church.
On August 6 of that year the cornerstone was laid by Bishop Gannon. By autumn the shell of the church was completed. The knotty pine interior had been hand finished by the men.
On May 26, 1953, Bishop John Mark Gannon raised the Mission of Our Lady of the Lake to the canonical status of a parish and the Rev. G. Dwyer was named its founding pastor.
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About Gannon University and The Nash Library Founded as Cathedral College by Bishop John Mark Gannon in 1925, Gannon University maintains its heritage as a private Catholic university in downtown Erie, Pennsylvania.
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