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Henry Joseph O'Brien

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Henry Joseph O'Brien (July 21, 1896 – July 23, 1976) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as the first Archbishop of Hartford from 1945 to 1968. Biography Henry O'Brien was born in New Haven, Connecticut, to Michael and Anna (née Sweeney) O'Brien. After graduating from New Haven High School in 1914, he studied at St. Thomas Seminary in Bloomfield (1914-1917) and at St. Bernard's Seminary in Rochester, New York (1917-1919). In 1919, he was sent to the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium, where he was ordained to the priesthood on July 8, 1923. Following his return to the United States later that year, he served as a curate at St. Mary's, Windsor Locks until 1924, when he was transferred to St. Thomas Aquinas, Fairfield. He became a professor at St. Thomas Seminary in 1926, later becoming its vice-president (1932) and afterwards president (1934). On March 19, 1940, O'Brien was appoin
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