John P. Boland (priest)

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John P. Boland
Born John Boland
Died 1968
Residence Buffalo, New York
Education St. Bonaventure
Occupation priest
Employer Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo
Known for labor priest
Title Monsignor
Religion Roman Catholic

Monsignor John P. Boland was a Roman Catholic priest in Buffalo, New York involved in unionization and other social justice issues. He was involved in the foundation of the Buffalo Committee on Stabilization of Unemployment, and later became chairman of the New York State Labor Relations Board.[1] After World War II, he was involved with the War Relief Service of the National Catholic Welfare Conference.

Sources[edit]

  • Notre Dame Archives [1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Labor is Warned of 'Enemy Within'". New York Times (January 29). 1940.