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Liam Quinlan

Pastor

Saint Gabriel Church

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Saint Gabriel Church

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Tribunal, Diocese of Bridgeport


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Diocese of Bridgeport

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Presenters include Saint Mary's pastor, Father Greg Markey; Father Peter Lynch, diocesan director of vocations; Father Liam Quinlan, a judge in the diocesan Tribunal; and Sister Mary Grace, S.V., superior of the Villa Maria Guadalupe retreat center in Stamford.


Editor's Report: To Lose A Son...

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Billy, whose Irish immigrant parents gave him the name Liam, was devastated by the loss.They had a press conference at Cathedral Prep, Liam said, and stated that they were against putting the killer to death, explaining that this was not a Christian response."Theirs was a loving response, in the true Christian spirit.Truly countercultural," Liam remarked.For Liam, the violent loss of the friend with whom he sang Irish songs and planned to be a priest, had robbed life of innocence and fun.He got a summer job in the mailroom of the ad agency BBD&O, and didn't return to Cathedral Prep.He went to Manhattan College in his native Bronx, majored in English and French and lived in France for a year.After a couple of years working for Blue Cross he turned to law school, graduated from Yeshiva University and practiced in Manhattan.Each July 6 he joined the McEvoys at the anniversary Mass for Hugh at Corpus Christi Church.His friend never left his mind.Neither did the priesthood.He began attending daily Mass at St. Patrick's Cathedral and praying the Liturgy of the Hours, and soon he was studying at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. Archbishop Edwin F. O'Brien of the Military Services consecrated his chalice at a Mass in his residence there.Liam Quinlan was ordained a priest of the Bridgeport, Conn., Diocese on May 29.Father Quinlan felt his friend near him, too, he said.And this year he was the celebrant of the Mass for Hugh on July 6, the 21st anniversary of his death.Father Quinlan is a parish priest now in the northern part of Fairfield County, where, he said, half of the parishioners are from the Bronx.He tells them, "I'm a Tolentine boy," and there's instant rapport.


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Billy, whose Irish immigrant parents gave him the name Liam, was devastated by the loss.
They had a press conference at Cathedral Prep, Liam said, and stated that they were against putting the killer to death, explaining that this was not a Christian response. "Theirs was a loving response, in the true Christian spirit. Truly countercultural," Liam remarked. For Liam, the violent loss of the friend with whom he sang Irish songs and planned to be a priest, had robbed life of innocence and fun. He got a summer job in the mailroom of the ad agency BBD&O, and didn't return to Cathedral Prep. He went to Manhattan College in his native Bronx, majored in English and French and lived in France for a year. After a couple of years working for Blue Cross he turned to law school, graduated from Yeshiva University and practiced in Manhattan. Liam Quinlan was ordained a priest of the Bridgeport, Conn., Diocese on May 29. Father Quinlan felt his friend near him, too, he said. Father Quinlan is a parish priest now in the northern part of Fairfield County, where, he said, half of the parishioners are from the Bronx. He tells them, "I'm a Tolentine boy," and there's instant rapport.


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