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Rev. Joseph O'Connor
Fr. O'Connor was born, raised, and ordained in the Diocese of Syracuse, NY.
fter bouncing around six schools in six years, he graduated from Catholic High School and went on to the Franciscan University of Steubenville for a BA in History and Theology.Afterward, he spent a year recruiting for their Admissions Office and discerning his vocation.
e entered St. Mary's Seminary
in Baltimore in 2000 and was ordained in 2005.
n addition to his first parochial assignment, he was asked to be part of the Vocation Promotion team.
n November 2007, he
took over the Office of Vocation Promotion fulltime.
e has worked to create programming that works in a Diocese that does not have its own seminary.
e developed a successful schools program and continues to assist at the Diocesan Youth Rally and Catholic Men's Conference, both programs he
helped to initiate.
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 The O/C at York Street at the start of the Civil War was Joseph O'Connor.
O'Connor joined the Irish Volunteers in 1913 and by 1916 he was a captain in command of A Company, 3rd Battalion, Dublin Brigade under Éamon de Valera.
When the vice-commandant failed to show for the 1916 Easter Rising de Valera made O'Connor his second in command.
O'Connor remained with his company and de Valera at Boland's Mill until they became the last battalion to surrender.
He was imprisoned at Frongoch internment camp in Wales and released in the 1917 amnesty.
 The O/C at York Street at the start of the Civil War was Joseph O'Connor
O'Connor was born in the 1880s and remembered seeing Charles Stewart Parnell as a child.
When the vice-commandant failed to show for the 1916 Easter Rising de Valera made O'Connor his
second in command.
remained with his
company and de Valera at Boland's Mill until they became the last battalion to surrender.
was imprisoned at Frongoch internment camp in Wales and released in the 1917 amnesty.
Joseph M. ...
Joseph M. O'Connor
Secretary to the Bishop, Chancery
Director, Vocation Promotion
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Father Joseph O'Connor as Acting Dean of the Croydon Deanery
The Diocese has entered an agreement with the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham entrusting them with the care of Most Precious Blood Parish