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McNeal, Reverend Mark Joseph, S.J., A.B., Litt.D., b. at Baltimore, Maryland, 17 May, 1874. Education: Indianapolis Classical School, Indianapolis, Indiana; Georgetown University, Washington, D.C; Woodstock College, Woodstock, Maryland. Entered the Society of Jesus 1893; professor of belles lettres in the Freshman Class, St. Francis Xavier's College, New York, 1900–1905; president of the Theologians' Academy, Woodstock College, 1907–1908; ordained 1908; professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Sophomore Class and Hirst Librarian, Georgetown University, Washington, 1909–1911; stationed at St. Andrew-on-Hudson, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1911–1912; professor of rhetoric and oratory in the Sophomore Class at Georgetown University, Washington, 1912–1914; professor of English literature and commercial correspondence. Catholic University of Japan, Tokio, 1914–. Has made a tour of Indiana for geological research and electric railway surveys. Member of the Philosophical and Theological Academies, Woodstock College. Charter member of the reorganized American Association of Japan. Contributor to "America".

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