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Thomas Daniel Beaven

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Thomas Daniel Beaven (March 1, 1851 – October 5, 1920) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as the second bishop of the Diocese of Springfield in Massachusetts from 1892 to 1920. Biography Early life Thomas Beaven was born on March 1, 1851, in Springfield, Massachusetts. He received his early education there. After graduating from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1870, he taught mathematics at Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland for a year. Beaven then studied theology at the Grand Seminary of Montreal in Montreal, Quebec. Beaven was ordained to the priesthood in Montreal by Archbishop Édouard-Charles Fabre for the Diocese of Springfield on December 18, 1875. He then served as assistant pastor of a parish in Spencer, Massachusetts, until 1879, when he became its pastor. In 1888, he was appointed pastor of Holy Rosary Parish in Holyoke, Massachusetts. Bishop of Springf
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