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Bishop Patrick Collier DD (13 January 1880 – 10 January 1964) was an Irish Roman Catholic priest, later appointed as Bishop of Ossory.
Patrick Collier was born at Camross, Mountrath, County Laois on 13 January 1880. Dr Collier attended St Kieran's College, Kilkenny, and was ordained in 1907 as a priest in the Diocese of Ossory.
Collier served as a priest at St. Tighearhach's Church, Cullahill, County Laois from 1921-23. He was appointed co-adjutor bishop of Ossory 18 May and consecrated on 5 August 1928. He later succeeded Bishop Abraham Brownrigg as Bishop of Ossory on 1 October 1928, serving until his own death on 10 January 1964, three days before his 84th birthday. A wing in the Ossory diocesan seminary, St. Kieran's College was named after Dr Collier; it opened in 1956.
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- Bishop Collier profile, Catholic-Hierarchy.org; accessed 16 January 2015.
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