Hugh Aloysius Donohoe
Born in San Francisco, California, Donohoe was educated at St. Patrick Seminary in Menlo Park and at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He was ordained to the priesthood on June 14, 1930. He then served as a professor at St. Patrick Seminary (1930–42) and editor of The Monitor (1942-7). He became known as a prominent Catholic labor activist.
|Ordination history of Hugh Aloysius Donohoe|
|Principal consecrator||John Joseph Mitty (San Francisco)|
|Date of consecration||October 7, 1947|
|Thomas Patrick Collins, M.M.||March 7, 1961|
|Roger Mahony||March 19, 1975|
|José de Jesús Madera Uribe, M.Sp.S.||March 4, 1980|
On August 2, 1947, Donohoe was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco and Titular Bishop of Taium by Pope Pius XII. He received his episcopal consecration on the following October 7 from Archbishop John Joseph Mitty, with Bishops James Joseph Sweeney and Thomas Arthur Connolly serving as co-consecrators. Appointed in 1948, the rector of The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption on Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. He was named the first Bishop of the newly erected Diocese of Stockton on January 27, 1962, and attended all four sessions of the Second Vatican Council between 1962 and 1965. From August 22, 1969 to his retirement on July 1, 1980, he served as the second Bishop of Fresno. He died at age 82.
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- "Bishop Hugh Aloysius Donohoe". Catholic-Hierarchy.org.
- "Catholic Labor Activism: The Career of Bishop Hugh A. Donohoe in California". European Social Science History Conference.
|Catholic Church titles|
|Bishop of Stockton
|Bishop of Fresno
José de Jesús Madera Uribe