Patrick Joseph Casey

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Patrick Joseph Casey (born November 20, 1913 in London , † January 26, 1999 ) was an English clergyman and Roman Catholic bishop of Brentwood .


Patrick Joseph Casey attended St. Joseph's Parochial School in Kingsland . After studying Catholic theology and philosophy at the St. Edmund's College in goods he received on June 3, 1939 by the Archbishop of Westminster , Arthur Cardinal Hinsley , the sacrament of Holy Orders .

On December 23, 1965, Pope Paul VI appointed him . the titular bishop of Sufar and ordered him to auxiliary bishop in Westminster. The Archbishop of Westminster, John Carmel Cardinal Heenan , donated him episcopal ordination on February 2, 1966 ; Co- consecrators were the Bishop of Arundel and Brighton , David John Cashman , and the Bishop of Portsmouth , Derek Worlock . Casey was Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Westminster.

Paul VI appointed him on December 2, 1969. to the Bishop of Brentwood. The inauguration was on February 2, 1970. Patrick Joseph Casey resigned as Bishop of Brentwood on December 12, 1979.

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predecessor Office successor
Bernard Patrick Wall Bishop of Brentwood
Thomas McMahon