James Edward Quigley
James E. Quigley
|Archbishop of Chicago|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|In office||January 8, 1903 – July 10, 1915|
|Successor||George Cardinal Mundelein|
|Ordination||April 13, 1879|
|Consecration||February 24, 1897|
October 15, 1854|
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
|Died||July 10, 1915
|Previous post||Bishop of Buffalo|
James Edward Quigley (October 15, 1854 – July 10, 1915) was a Canadian-born prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of Buffalo, New York (1897–1903) and Archbishop of Chicago (1903–1915).
James Quigley was born in Oshawa, Ontario, and came to the United States with his parents at age 2, settling at Lima, New York. After graduating from St. Joseph's College in 1872, he won a competitive examination for entrance into the United States Military Academy, but soon relinquished his military ambition to study for the priesthood. He then entered Our Lady of Angels Seminary at Niagara Falls, New York, and later furthered his studies at the University of Innsbruck in Austria and College of Propaganda in Rome.
While in Rome, Quigley was ordained a priest on April 13, 1879. Following his return to the United States, he then served as pastor of St. Vincent's Church in Attica, New York until 1884, when he became pastor of St. Joseph's Cathedral in Buffalo. He was transferred to St. Bridget's Church in the same city in 1886.
On December 12, 1896 he was appointed Bishop of Buffalo, where he was ordained a bishop on February 24, 1897. He was appointed Archbishop of Chicago, on January 8, 1903 and installed March 10, 1903. He served as archbishop until his death at the age of 60. Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago is named in his honor.
|Catholic Church titles|
Stephen V. Ryan
Bishop of Buffalo
December 12, 1897 – January 8, 1903
Charles H. Colton
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