Regis Canevin

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John Francis Regis Canevin (June 5, 1853 – March 22, 1927) was an American prelate of the Catholic Church.wikipedia
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Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

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He served as Bishop of Pittsburgh from 1904 to 1921. Upon the death of Bishop Richard Phelan, Canevin succeeded him to become the fifth Bishop of Pittsburgh on December 20, 1904. He served as chancellor of the Diocese of Pittsburgh from 1888 until 1893, when he became pastor of St. Philip's Church in Crafton.
Phelan died December 20, 1904 and was succeeded by Bishop Regis Canevin.

St. Mary Cemetery, Pittsburgh

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He later died at Mercy Hospital at age 73, and is buried at St. Mary Cemetery in Lawrenceville.

Richard Phelan

Upon the death of Bishop Richard Phelan, Canevin succeeded him to become the fifth Bishop of Pittsburgh on December 20, 1904.

Pelusium

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After 16 years as bishop, Canvein retired due to ill health on January 9, 1921; he was appointed Titular Archbishop of Pelusium by Pope Benedict XV on the same date.

United States

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John Francis Regis Canevin (June 5, 1853 – March 22, 1927) was an American prelate of the Catholic Church.

Prelate

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John Francis Regis Canevin (June 5, 1853 – March 22, 1927) was an American prelate of the Catholic Church.

Catholic Church

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John Francis Regis Canevin (June 5, 1853 – March 22, 1927) was an American prelate of the Catholic Church.

Latrobe, Pennsylvania

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Regis Canevin was born at Beatty (now called Latrobe) in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, to Thomas and Rosanna Canevin.

Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania

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Regis Canevin was born at Beatty (now called Latrobe) in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, to Thomas and Rosanna Canevin.

Pennsylvania

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Regis Canevin was born at Beatty (now called Latrobe) in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, to Thomas and Rosanna Canevin.

Saint Vincent College

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After receiving his early education at schools in his native city, he entered St. Vincent College in 1871 and later St. Vincent Seminary in 1875.

Saint Vincent Seminary

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After receiving his early education at schools in his native city, he entered St. Vincent College in 1871 and later St. Vincent Seminary in 1875.

Holy orders

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He was ordained to the priesthood on June 4, 1879.

Priesthood in the Catholic Church

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He was ordained to the priesthood on June 4, 1879.

Curate

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Canevin's first assignment was as a curate at St. Mary's Church in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, where he remained until 1881.

St. Mary's Church (Pittsburgh)

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Canevin's first assignment was as a curate at St. Mary's Church in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, where he remained until 1881.

Lawrenceville (Pittsburgh)

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Canevin's first assignment was as a curate at St. Mary's Church in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, where he remained until 1881.

Pittsburgh

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Canevin's first assignment was as a curate at St. Mary's Church in the Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh, where he remained until 1881.

Saint Paul Cathedral (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

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He then served in the same capacity at St. Paul's Cathedral in Pittsburgh for five years.

Chaplain

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In 1886, he became chaplain at St. Paul's Orphan Asylum and the Western Penitentiary, as well as pastor of the mission in Canonsburg.

State Correctional Institution – Pittsburgh

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In 1886, he became chaplain at St. Paul's Orphan Asylum and the Western Penitentiary, as well as pastor of the mission in Canonsburg.

Pastor

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In 1886, he became chaplain at St. Paul's Orphan Asylum and the Western Penitentiary, as well as pastor of the mission in Canonsburg.

Canonsburg, Pennsylvania

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In 1886, he became chaplain at St. Paul's Orphan Asylum and the Western Penitentiary, as well as pastor of the mission in Canonsburg.

Chancellor (ecclesiastical)

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He served as chancellor of the Diocese of Pittsburgh from 1888 until 1893, when he became pastor of St. Philip's Church in Crafton.

Crafton, Pennsylvania

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He served as chancellor of the Diocese of Pittsburgh from 1888 until 1893, when he became pastor of St. Philip's Church in Crafton.