« Baethgen, Friedrich Wilhelm Adolf Bagshawe, Edward Gilpin Bahrdt, Karl Friedrich »

Bagshawe, Edward Gilpin

BAGSHAWE, EDWARD GILPIN: Roman Catholic titular archbishop of Seleucia Trachea; b: at London Jan. 12, 1829. He was educated at London University College School and at St. Mary’s College, Oscott, near Birmingham (B.A., London University, 1848). In 1849 he joined the Congregation of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri, London, and in 1852 was ordained priest by Cardinal Wiseman. After a priesthood of twenty years he was consecrated Roman Catholic bishop of Nottingham by Archbishop Manning (Nov. 12, 1874), but resigned in 1901. In the following year he was appointed titular bishop of Hypæpa, and in 1904 was elevated to the titular archdiocese of Seleucia Trachea. In addition to a number of briefer pamphlets, he has written Notes on Christian Doctrine (London, 1896; originally a series of lectures delivered before the Hammersmith Training College for Teachers); The Breviary Hymns and Missal Sequences in English Verse (1900); The Psalms and 420Canticles in English Verse (1903); and Doctrinal Hymns, with the Life of Our Lord in the Mass (1906).

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