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4264784The Catholic Encyclopedia and its makers — Connellan, Patrick Laurence

Connellan, Patrick Laurence, F.R.S.A.I., K.S.G., journalist, b. at Sligo, Ireland. Education: Glasgow and London. Editorial writer on "The Pilot," Boston, Massachusetts, 1869; Roman correspondent of: "The Pilot" (Boston), 1869–1899 ; the "Freeman's Journal" (Dublin), 1891–  ; the "Baltimore Sun", 1894–1904; the "Boston Herald" (four years); the "Brooklyn Eagle" (three years); various other periodicals in the British Isles, United States, and Australia; resident in Rome. Knight of St. Gregory 1901; pontifical decorations Pro ecclesia et pontifice and Benemerenza. Member of the British and American Archæological Society of Rome; associate of the Society for the Veneration of Martyrs. Collaborator in: "Encyclopaedia Britannica" (9th ed.); contributor to: "Irish Ecclesiastical Record"; "American Catholic Quarterly Review"; "Catholic World"; "Messenger"; "Journal of the British and American Archæological Society of Rome" ; "Glasgow Herald".

ARTICLES: Archæology, The Commission of Sacred; Audiences, Pontifical.