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  1. John Carroll SJ (January 8, 1735 – December 3, 1815 [1]) was an American Catholic prelate who served as the first Bishop of Baltimore, the first diocese in the new United States. He later became the first Archbishop of Baltimore. Until 1808, Carroll administered the entire U.S. Catholic Church.

  2. John Carroll (born Jan. 8, 1735, Upper Marlboro, Maryland [now in the U.S.]—died Dec. 3, 1815, Baltimore) was the first Roman Catholic bishop in the United States and the first archbishop of Baltimore. Under his leadership, the Roman Catholic church became firmly established in the United States.

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  3. 6 de nov. de 2019 · As the first bishop of the United States, Carroll had a major impact on Catholicism in America, but who was John Carroll and what were his connections to Philadelphia? John Carroll was born to Eleanor and Daniel Carroll on January 8, 1735 in Maryland.

  4. 10 de dic. de 2015 · This past Sunday—December 6, 2015—the Archdiocese of Baltimore honored the legacy of Archbishop John Carroll, America’s first bishop, at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, on the occasion of the bicentennial of his death on December 3, 1815.

  5. His father died in 1750, and in 1753 John Carroll joined the Society of Jesus. In 1755 he began his studies of philosophy and theology at Liège, and after fourteen years (1769) was ordained priest at the age of thirty-four. The next four years he spent at St.-Omer and at Liège teaching philosophy and theology.

  6. Estatua de John Carroll. /  38.907611111111, -77.07225. El Obispo John Carroll es una estatua del escultor Jerome Connor que conmemora al arzobispo John Carroll, el fundador de la Universidad de Georgetown y el primer obispo católico en los Estados Unidos. Ubicada frente a Healy Hall, en el campus de la universidad en el vecindario de ...