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Thomas Vose Daily (September 23, 1927-) was the sixth Roman Catholic bishop of Brooklyn from 1990 to 2003 and since then has been Bishop Emeritus of the Brooklyn Diocese.

Early life and ordination

Bishop Daily was born to Mary McBride Vose and John F. Daily, a member of an established New England family, in Belmont, Massachusettsmarker in 1927. His family encouraged him to consider becoming a priest as a child. Upon completion of his studies at first Boston Collegemarker and later St. John's Seminary in Brighton, Massachusetts, he was ordained as a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston in 1952 by Richard Cardinal Cushing at the Cathedral of the Holy Crossmarker in Boston. Following ordination, he was assigned as curate for St. Ann's church in the Wollaston neighborhood of Quincy, Massachusettsmarker. He remained in that post through the rest of that decade.

Peru

In 1960, Bishop Daily joined the Missionary Society of St. James the Apostle and moved to the Minatambo area of Lima, Perumarker. He spent five years as a missionary in Peru.

Return to Boston

After returning to Boston, he was assigned again to St. Ann's, where he served as assistant pastor until 1971. He was appointed to the position of secretary to Humberto Sousa Cardinal Medeiros and later Vicar for Temporalities. In 1975, he was consecrated as an auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Boston and in 1976 was appointed vicar general of the archdiocese. Because of his fluency in Spanish, he was given special duties regarding the Spanish-speaking members of the archdiocese.

Palm Beach

On July 17, 1984, just four months after Bernard Law was installed as Archbishop of Boston, Bishop Daily was appointed the first bishop of the new Diocese of Palm Beach, Floridamarker. Among his most noteworthy actions were his leading of pro-life prayer vigils at local abortion clinics. From 1987 to 2003, Bishop Daily also served as the Supreme Chaplain of the Knights of Columbus.

Brooklyn

In 1990, Bishop Daily was installed as the sixth bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, succeeding Bishop Francis J. Mugavero. Shortly after his installation, he responded to a reporter's question by stating that the then-Governor of New York, Mario Cuomo, would not be welcomed as a speaker in the diocese's parishes because of Cuomo's pro-choice position on abortion, which was directly at odds with Catholic teaching.

Sex abuse scandal

In 2002, Daily was criticized for his past involvement in cases of priests accused of sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of Boston. He has acknowledged his "profound regret" over some of his decisions in the Boston Archdiocese.

Resignation and retirement

On August 1, 2003, Daily announced his resignation as a bishop had finally been accepted by the Vatican, ten months after he had submitted a letter of resignation upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75. Bishop Daily remains the Emeritus Bishop of Brooklyn and is a member of the Pontifical Commission for Latin America and a member of the boards of the Society of St. James the Apostle in Boston and the National Catholic Office for Persons with Disabilities in Washington, D.C.marker

References

  • Thomas V. Daily," Religious Leaders of America, 2nd ed.. Gale Group, 1999.



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