Michael Morrison (priest)
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Father Michael Morrison (October 1908, Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland, U.K. - April 7, 1973, Dublin, Republic of Ireland) was an Irish Jesuit priest. Educated at Sexton St. Christian Brothers, and at the Jesuit Mungret College, Limerick, he trained as a Jesuit Priest.
He was teaching at Belvedere College when in 1941 during the second world war, the British army called on Irish priests to serve as chaplains.
He was a British Army chaplain associated with the allied liberation of Belsen, a notorious death camp in April 1945. He made that atrocious camp into center for daily Holy Mass. Several people of varying religious persuasions attended his services.
Following the war he went to Australia working as a teacher.
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