Synonyms for keleher or Related words with keleher

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Examples of "keleher"
East Windsor High School serves students in grades 9 through 12. Its principal is Ted Keleher.
Naumann, after becoming Apostolic Administrator of St. Louis in October 2003, was named Coadjutor Archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas on January 7, 2004, serving under Archbishop James Keleher. He later succeeded Archbishop Keleher as Archbishop of Kansas City upon the latter’s resignation on January 15, 2005.
"Kilty" was launched 25 April 1918 by the Mare Island Navy Yard, Vallejo, California; sponsored by Miss Elizabeth Harrison Shapley; and commissioned 17 December 1918, Lieutenant Commander Timothy Jerome Keleher in command.
James Patrick Keleher (born July 31, 1931) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of Belleville (1984–1993) and Archbishop of Kansas City (1993–2005).
It was usual for parents to provide one fifth of the cost of such sheds and money was collected for them. They cost £140 each and were built by Keleher and completed by 5 February 1878.
James Keleher was born on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, to James and Rita (née Cullinane) Keleher. His mother was born in County Kerry, Ireland, and came to Chicago in the 1920s, later abandoning her occupation as a registered nurse to raise her children. His father was a salesman for Will & Baumer Candle Company, a liturgical candle manufacturer. He belonged to St. Felicitas Church, and briefly considered a career as a firefighter as child. After attending Mount Carmel High School for one year, he entered Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary, from where he graduated in 1951. He then studied philosophy and theology at St. Mary of the Lake Seminary in Mundelein.
Ivancho resigned suddenly for personal reasons on December 2, 1954. According to a historical account by Serge Keleher, Ivancho was forced to resign once it was revealed that he had secretly married after his priestly ordination. He died in retirement in Florida in 1972.
In 1978, after serving many years at Quigley as a faculty member, Father Jerry Kicanas was asked by Cardinal Cody to become Quigley South's new rector to replace Father James P. Keleher (now retired Bishop of Kansas City) who was tapped to become rector at Saint Mary of the Lake Seminary at Mundelein, Illinois.
On October 23, 1984, Keleher was appointed the sixth Bishop of Belleville by Pope John Paul II. He received his episcopal consecration on the following December 11 from Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, with Bishops William Michael Cosgrove and Thomas Joseph Murphy serving as co-consecrators.
Following the retirement of Archbishop Ignatius Jerome Strecker, Keleher was named the third Archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas, on June 28, 1993. He was installed at the Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle on the following September 8. After eleven years as archbishop, he resigned on January 15, 2005.
On October 21, 2004, Coakley was appointed the ninth Bishop of Salina by Pope John Paul II. He was consecrated on December 28 by Archbishop James P. Keleher, with Bishops George K. Fitzsimons and Eugene J. Gerber serving as co-consecrators. He selected as his episcopal motto: "Duc In Altum", meaning, "Put Out Into The Deep" ().
In 1981 7th grader Kevin Keleher, mentored by Cole, began his tenure at WRPS. Kevin worked closely with Dave Stewart, Cole, and station manager Steve Budd to form a broadcast team. While Stewart went on to Emerson and the "bright lights of Broadway", Kevin left WRPS is 1984 and went on to perform in Boston rock bands in the 1990s. He hosted a Sunday morning Blues radio program "Blues Hangover", in 2003, on WBOR 91.1 FM in Brunswick, ME.
At age 26, Keleher was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Samuel Stritch on April 12, 1958. He then continued his studies at Mundelein until 1962, when he obtained a Doctorate in Sacred Theology with a dissertation on the writings of St. Augustine. In addition to his studies, he served as chaplain and confessor to the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. In 1962 he was named an associate pastor at St. Henry's Church in the Rogers Park section of Chicago.
Sorenson was born on 24 September 1869 at Dyraaba, New South Wales, north-west of Casino, a son of Jacob Sorenson and his wife, Mary Ann, née Keleher. As a young man he wandered throughout Queensland, prospecting for gold and working on sheep stations. He later travelled throughout South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, along the way deciding to make a career of writing. To this end he settled in Sydney where he studied as an evening student at a commercial college.
On May 12, 1998, Gilmore was appointed the fifth Bishop of Dodge City by Pope John Paul II. He received his episcopal consecration on the following July 16 from Archbishop James Keleher, with Bishops Eugene Gerber and Stanley Schlarman serving as co-consecrators. He selected as his episcopal motto: ""Be Still and Know"" (). In 2001 the new Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe was established. On December 15, 2010, Bishop Gilmore resigned.
Born in Botley, Hampshire, Roper was a prolific scorer as a schoolboy. He was spotted playing parks football by Toby Keleher, assistant manager to Tom Parker, and in July 1940 was persuaded to sign for his local club, Southampton, making his debut for them during wartime matches. By the resumption of competitive football in 1946, Roper had established himself as a "two-footed powerful (right) winger".
The community transferred to the Archdiocese of Kansas City in 1997 when it was invited by Archbishop James P. Keleher to minister in that diocese. While fostering the "active/contemplative" dimension of Augustinian Religious Life, the Society of Augustine involves itself in a broad spectrum of ministries, including parochial and pastoral care, adult catechesis, Hispanic ministry, teaching, direction of retreats and military chaplaincy. The community also places great emphasis on "pro-life" issues.
Historically, the people of Múscraige had the Corcu Loígde as their overlords. However, they switched allegiance to the Eóganachta and facilitated their rise to power as Kings of Munster. In "Griffith's Valuation of Ireland (1837)", 548 unique records are recorded in the civil parish. Of these, the top 11 surnames accounted for over half over the entries. The top 15 surnames (after aggregating for common misspellings) recorded, from greatest to least, are: Lynch, Keleher, Twomey, Healy, Lucey, Quill, Leehane, Murphy, Riordan, Sweeny, Herlihy, Buckley, McCarthy, Creedon, Dinneen. The townlands with the most recorded surnames, from greatest to least, are: Coolavokig, Derrylahan, Slievereagh, Ballymakeery, Gortnatubbud, Dangansallagh, Derreenaling, Knockanure, Milleeny and Coolea.
The Mayor of Warwick, at a ceremony attended by 2000, people laid the foundation stone on 25 June 1874. The stonework was contracted to John McCulloch at a cost of £1055. John Keleher carried out the timber structures and joinery. The roof was originally shingled. It was completed by the end of March 1875 and was known as the Warwick Central School, the Warwick National School being renamed the Warwick East School. A dividing fence was constructed in the following year to separate the girls' and boys' sections.
His four books on monetary policy history are "The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments, Exchange Rates, and World Inflation" (co-author Robert Keleher), "Money, Banking and Inflation: Essays in the History of Monetary Thought", "Money, Exchange and Production: Further Essays in the History of Economic Thought", and "Essays on Inflation". Charles R. McCann, Jr. stated, in reference to Humphrey's book "Money, Banking and Inflation: Essays in the History of Monetary Thought" that "monetary economists looking for an accessible introduction to their discipline's past will find few better starting points than this volume."