Historical list of the Catholic bishops of the United States

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This is a historical list of all bishops of the Catholic Church whose sees were within the present-day boundaries of the United States, with links to the bishops who consecrated them. It includes only members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and their predecessors.

The number references the sequence of consecration. "Diocese" refers to the diocese over which the bishop presided or, if he did not preside, the diocese in which he served as coadjutor bishop or auxiliary bishop. The Roman numeral before the diocese name represents where in the sequence that bishop falls; e.g., the fourth bishop of Philadelphia is written "IV Philadelphia". Where a diocese is in bold type it indicates that the bishop is the current bishop of that diocese. Titular sees are not listed. Under consecrators are the numbers (or letters) referencing previous bishops on the list. The number listed first represents the principal consecrator. If a series of letters is under "Consecrators", then the consecrators were bishops from outside the United States (the list of foreign sees is at the bottom of the page). Where the letter "F" is used, it indicates that a priest who was not a bishop assisted in the consecration.

Chart of episcopal succession[edit]

1–50[edit]

John Carroll (1) became the first American bishop in 1790.
Jean-Louis Lefebvre de Cheverus (7) was the first bishop of Boston, and became a cardinal after he returned to France.
John McCloskey (42) was Archbishop of New York and became the first American cardinal in 1875.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
1 John Carroll AA1 F1 F2[a] 1790 I Baltimore
2 Luis Peñalver y Cárdenas PR33 AB1 AC1 1795 I Louisiana and the Two Floridas[b]
3 Leonard Neale 1 F3 F4[a] 1800 II Baltimore
4 Francisco Porró y Reinado AD1 AE1 AF1 1801 II Louisiana and the Two Floridas[b]
5 Richard Luke Concanen AG1 AH1 AI1 1808 I New York
6 Michael Francis Egan 1 F5 F6[a] 1810 I Philadelphia
7 Jean-Louis de Cheverus*[c] 1 3 6 1810 I Boston
8 Benedict Joseph Flaget 1 6 7 1810 I Bardstown[d]
9 John Connolly AJ1 AE2 AK1 1814 II New York
10 Louis William Valentine Dubourg AL1 AM1 AN1 1815 III Louisiana and the Two Floridas[b]
11 Ambrose Maréchal 7 9 F7[a] 1817 III Baltimore
12 John B.M. David 5 F8 F9[a] 1817 II Bardstown[d]
13 Patrick Kelly AO1 AO2 AP1 1817 I Richmond
14 John England AQ1 AP1 13 1820 I Charleston
15 Henry Conwell AR1 F10 F11[a] 1820 II Philadelphia
16 Edward Fenwick 8 F9 F12[a] 1822 I Cincinnati
17 Joseph Rosati 10 F13 F14[a] 1824 New Orleans (coadjutor), I St. Louis
18 Benedict Joseph Fenwick 11 14 15 1825 II Boston
19 John Dubois 11 15 F15[a] 1826 III New York
20 Michael Portier 17 F16 F17[a] 1826 I Mobile
21 James Whitfield 8 15 19 1828 IV Baltimore
22 Francis Kenrick 8 12 15 1830 III Philadelphia, VI Baltimore
23 Leo Raymond de Neckère 17 20 F18[a] 1830 IV New Orleans
24 Frederick Rese 17 F19 F20[a] 1833 I Detroit
25 John Baptist Purcell 21 19 22 1833 II Cincinnati
26 Guy Ignatius Chabrat 8 12 F21[a] 1834 Bardstown[d] (coadjutor)
27 Samuel Eccleston 21 8 22 1834 V Baltimore
28 Simon Bruté 8 17 25 1834 I Vincennes[e]
29 William Clancy AS1 AT1 AP2 1834 Charleston (coadjutor)
30 Antoine Blanc 17 20 25 1835 V New Orleans
31 Mathias Loras 20 30 F22[a] 1837 I Dubuque
32 John Joseph Hughes 19 8 22 1838 IV New York
33 Richard Pius Miles 17 28 26 1838 I Nashville
34 Célestine de la Hailandière AU1 AV1 AW1 1839 II Vincennes[e]
35 Francisco Diego y Moreno AX1 AY1 AZ1 1840 I Two Californias[f]
36 John J. Chanche 27 18 32 1841 I Natchez[g]
37 Richard Vincent Whelan 27 18 32 1841 II Richmond, I Wheeling[h]
38 Peter Paul Lefevere 22 14 32 1841 Detroit (coadjutor)
39 Peter Richard Kenrick 17 22 38 1841 II St. Louis
40 Jean-Marie Odin 30 20 36 1842 I Galveston,[i] VI New Orleans
41 Michael O'Connor BA1 BB1 BC1 1843 I Pittsburgh, I Erie
42 John McCloskey* 29 18 37 1844 I Albany, V New York
43 William Quarter 29 18 37 1844 I Chicago
44 Andrew Byrne 29 18 37 1844 I Little Rock
45 William Tyler 18 37 44 1844 I Hartford
46 Ignatius A. Reynolds 25 33 41 1844 II Charleston
47 John Henni 25 33 41 1844 I Milwaukee
48 John Bernard Fitzpatrick 18 37 45 1844 III Boston
49 François Norbert Blanchet BD1 BE1 BE2 1845 I Oregon City[j]
50 Augustin-Magloire Blanchet BD1 BE1 BF1 1846 I Nesqually[k]

51–100[edit]

Joseph Sadoc Alemany (58) was the first bishop of San Francisco.
John Neumann (65) was bishop of Philadelphia and the only American bishop to be canonized.
Patrick Feehan (98) was bishop of Chicago when the diocese was elevated to an archdiocese.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
51 Louis Amadeus Rappe 25 37 F23[a] 1847 I Cleveland
52 John Timon 32 42 BG1 1847 St. Louis (coadjutor), I Buffalo
53 John Stephen Bazin 20 25 34 1847 III Vincennes[e]
54 Louis Désiré Maigret BH1 F24 F25[a] 1847 I Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands
55 Martin John Spalding 8 22 33 1848 III Louisville, VII Baltimore
56 Jacques-Maurice de Saint Palais 33 55 F26[a] 1849 IV Vincennes[e]
57 John Oliver van de Velde 39 31 33 1849 II Chicago, II Natchez[g]
58 Joseph Sadoc Alemany BA1 AG2 BI1 1850 II Monterey,[f] I San Francisco
59 Bernard O'Reilly 52 42 48 1850 II Hartford
60 Francis Xavier Gartland 27 22 41 1850 I Savannah
61 John McGill 39 33 55 1850 III Richmond
62 Jean-Baptiste Lamy 55 51 56 1850 I Santa Fe
63 Joseph Crétin BJ1 BK1 BJ2 1851 I St. Paul of Minnesota[l]
64 John Baptist Miège 39 56 57 1851 I Vicar Apostolic of Kansas[m]
65 John Neumann 22 59 F27[a] 1852 IV Philadelphia
66 James Roosevelt Bayley BL1 42 51 1853 I Newark, VIII Baltimore
67 John Loughlin BL1 42 51 1853 I Brooklyn
68 Louis de Goesbriand BL1 42 51 1853 I Burlington
69 George Aloysius Carrell 25 38 47 1853 I Covington
70 Frederic Baraga# 25 38 47 1853 I Sault Sainte Marie[n]
71 Augustus Marie Martin 30 20 57 1853 I Natchitoches[o]
72 Thaddeus Amat y Brusi BA1 BM1 BN1 1854 III Monterey[f]
73 Joshua Maria Young 25 51 55 1854 II Erie
74 Ignatius Persico*[c] BO1 F28 F29[a] 1854 IV Savannah
75 Anthony O'Regan 39 47 57 1854 III Chicago
76 David William Bacon 32 48 67 1855 I Portland in Maine
77 James Frederick Wood 25 37 65 1857 V Philadelphia
78 Henry Damian Juncker 25 47 73 1857 I Alton[p]
79 William Henry Elder 22 61 77 1857 III Natchez,[g] III Cincinnati
80 Clement Smyth 39 47 75 1857 II Dubuque
81 James Duggan 39 47 75 1857 St. Louis (coadjutor), IV Chicago
82 John Barry 22 20 65 1857 II Savannah
83 John Henry Luers 25 56 69 1858 I Fort Wayne[q]
84 Francis Patrick McFarland 32 48 52 1858 III Hartford
85 Patrick Neeson Lynch 22 20 82 1858 III Charleston
86 Augustin Verot 22 61 82 1858 III Savannah, I St. Augustine
87 James Myles O'Gorman 39 64 78 1858 I Vicar Apostolic of Nebraska
88 James Whelan 39 64 78 1858 II Nashville
89 Thomas Langton Grace 39 33 81 1859 II Saint Paul[l]
90 John Quinlan 30 77 79 1859 II Mobile
91 Pierre Dufal BP1 BQ1 34 1860 Galveston[i] (coadjutor)
92 Michael Domenec 22 37 73 1860 II Pittsburgh, I Allegheny
93 Eugene O'Connell AO3 AP3 AS2 1861 I Grass Valley
94 Sylvester Horton Rosecrans 25 55 83 1862 I Columbus
95 Claude Marie Dubuis 40 BR1 BS1 1862 II Galveston[i]
96 Peter Joseph Lavialle 25 56 61 1865 IV Louisville
97 John Joseph Conroy 42 52 67 1865 II Albany
98 Patrick Feehan 39 64 78 1865 III Nashville, V Chicago
99 John Joseph Williams 42 67 97 1866 IV Boston
100 John Hennessy 39 47 81 1866 III Dubuque

101–150[edit]

James Gibbons (109) became the United States' second cardinal in 1886.
Jean-Baptiste Salpointe (116) served as vicar apostolic of the Arizona missions, and later as Archbishop of Santa Fe.
James Augustine Healy (138) was the first bishop of African descent in the United States.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
101 Edward Fitzgerald 25 BR2 94 1867 II Little Rock
102 William George McCloskey BT1 BU1 BV1 1868 V Louisville
103 Bernard John McQuaid 42 66 68 1868 I Rochester
104 Joseph Melcher 39 47 78 1868 I Green Bay
105 Jeremiah Francis Shanahan 77 61 92 1868 I Harrisburg
106 William O'Hara 77 79 85 1868 I Scranton
107 Tobias Mullen 92 51 77 1868 III Erie
108 Louis Aloysius Lootens 58 72 93 1868 I Vicar Apostolic of Idaho
109 James Gibbons* 55 85 92 1868 IV Richmond, IX Baltimore
110 Thomas A. A. Becker 55 37 61 1868 I Wilmington, VI Savannah
111 Joseph Projectus Machebeuf 25 51 68 1868 I Denver
112 Michael Heiss 47 38 89 1868 I La Crosse, II Milwaukee
113 John Joseph Hogan 39 64 98 1868 I Saint Joseph, I Kansas City[r]
114 Stephen Vincent Ryan 42 67 BR2 1868 II Buffalo
115 Ignatius Mrak 25 38 47 1869 II Sault Sainte Marie[n]
116 Jean-Baptiste Salpointe BW1 95 BX1 1869 Vicar Apostolic of Arizona,[s] II Santa Fe
117 Augustus Toebbe 94 83 102 1870 II Covington
118 Peter Joseph Baltes 83 117 F30[a] 1870 II Alton[p]
119 Thomas Patrick Roger Foley 102 94 110 1870 Chicago (coadjutor)
120 Caspar Henry Borgess 94 83 98 1870 II Detroit
121 Napoléon-Joseph Perché 94 98 119 1870 VII New Orleans
122 Patrick Thomas O'Reilly 42 97 99 1870 I Springfield in Massachusetts
123 Louis Mary Fink 119 64 104 1871 I Leavenworth[m]
124 Patrick John Ryan 39 98 104 1872 St. Louis (coadjutor), VI Philadelphia
125 Joseph Gregory Dwenger 25 117 120 1872 II Fort Wayne[q]
126 Richard Gilmour 25 117 120 1872 II Cleveland
127 Francis McNeirny 42 67 76 1872 III Albany
128 Thomas Francis Hendricken 42 76 99 1872 I Providence
129 Edgar P. P. Wadhams 42 68 99 1872 I Ogdensburg
130 William Hickley Gross 66 109 110 1873 V Savannah, III Oregon City[j]
131 Michael Corrigan 42 67 102 1873 II Newark, VI New York
132 Charles John Seghers 49 50 BY1 1873 II Oregon City[j]
133 Francisco Mora y Borrell 72 58 93 1873 IV Monterey-Los Angeles[f]
134 Anthony Dominic Pellicer 121 101 109 1874 I San Antonio
135 Dominic Manucy 121 79 95 1874 I Vicar Apostolic of Brownsville,[t] III Mobile
136 John Joseph Kain 66 109 110 1875 II Wheeling,[h] III St. Louis
137 Rupert Seidenbusch 112 123 125 1875 I Vicar Apostolic of Northern Minnesota[u]
138 James Augustine Healy 99 122 127 1875 II Portland in Maine
139 Francis Xavier Krautbauer 47 89 112 1875 II Green Bay
140 John Ireland 89 112 137 1875 III Saint Paul[l]
141 Thomas Galberry 99 122 129 1876 IV Hartford
142 John Tuigg 77 92 107 1876 III Pittsburgh
143 James O'Connor 124 105 106 1876 I Omaha
144 Francis Xavier Leray BZ1 34 CA1 1877 II Natchitoches,[o] VIII New Orleans
145 John Lancaster Spalding 42 109 119 1877 I Peoria
146 John Moore 85 110 130 1877 II St. Augustine
147 Silas Chatard CB1 CC1 CD1 1878 V Vincennes[e]
148 John Joseph Keane 109 119 136 1878 V Richmond, IV Dubuque
149 Lawrence Stephen McMahon 99 67 122 1879 V Hartford
150 John Vertin 112 120 145 1879 III Sault Sainte Marie[n]

151–200[edit]

John Ireland (140) was the first Archbishop of Saint Paul and a friend of Presidents William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt.
Herman Koeckemann (159) was vicar apostolic to the Hawaiian Islands.
Patrick William Riordan (167) was Archbishop of San Francisco during the 1906 earthquake.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
151 Egidius Junger 49 50 F31[a] 1879 II Nesqually[k]
152 Jean-Baptiste Brondel 132 151 BY1 1879 I Helena
153 Martin Marty 147 137 F32[a] 1880 I Sioux Falls, III Saint Cloud
154 John Ambrose Watterson 79 102 142 1881 II Columbus
155 Patrick Manogue 58 93 133 1881 II Grass Valley, I Sacramento
156 Francis Janssens 109 110 148 1881 IV Natchez,[g] IX New Orleans
157 John Claude Neraz 101 95 135 1881 II San Antonio
158 John McMullen 98 100 145 1881 I Davenport
159 Herman Koeckemann 58 93 CE1 1881 II Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands
160 Kilian Caspar Flasch 112 137 139 1881 II La Crosse
161 Winand Wigger 131 67 103 1881 III Newark
162 Michael Joseph O'Farrell 42 67 131 1881 I Trenton
163 Henry Pinckney Northrop 109 110 148 1882 IV Charleston
164 Nicolaus Aloysius Gallagher 101 135 157 1882 III Galveston[i]
165 Henry Richter 79 102 120 1883 I Grand Rapids
166 Joseph Rademacher 98 125 154 1883 IV Nashville, III Fort Wayne[q]
167 Patrick William Riordan 98 102 147 1883 II San Francisco
168 Denis Mary Bradley 99 68 146 1884 I Manchester
169 Henry Cosgrove 98 100 143 1884 II Davenport
170 Camillus Paul Maes 79 102 120 1885 III Covington
171 Anthony Durier 134 157 164 1885 III Natchitoches[o]
172 Alphonse Joseph Glorieux 109 130 170 1885 I Boise
173 Peter Bourgade 62 111 116 1885 I Tucson, IV Santa Fe
174 Richard Phelan 124 105 107 1885 IV Pittsburgh
175 Jeremiah O'Sullivan 109 148 163 1885 IV Mobile
176 Frederick Katzer 112 140 150 1886 III Green Bay, III Milwaukee
177 Alfred Allen Paul Curtis 109 136 146 1886 II Wilmington
178 Matthew Harkins 99 122 149 1887 II Providence
179 Patrick Anthony Ludden 131 103 127 1887 I Syracuse
180 Lawrence Scanlan 167 93 155 1887 I Salt Lake City
181 Maurice Francis Burke 98 102 169 1887 I Cheyenne, II Saint Joseph[r]
182 Nicholas Chrysostom Matz 116 111 F33[a] 1887 II Denver
183 Thomas Bonacum 39 123 143 1887 I Lincoln
184 Richard Scannell 98 102 166 1887 I Concordia,[v] II Omaha
185 Thomas McGovern 106 126 154 1888 II Harrisburg
186 John Janssen 98 113 123 1888 I Belleville
187 James Ryan 145 102 186 1888 III Alton[p]
188 Leo Michael Haid 109 110 136 1888 Vicar Apostolic of North Carolina
189 John Samuel Foley 109 67 129 1888 III Detroit
190 John Joseph Hennessy 39 100 123 1888 I Wichita
191 Thomas Heslin 156 101 171 1889 V Natchez[g]
192 John J. F. O. Zardetti 130 CF1 CG1 1889 II Saint Cloud
193 Augustine van de Vyver 109 136 188 1889 VI Richmond
194 Joseph Bernard Cotter 140 89 153 1889 I Winona
195 James McGolrick 140 89 153 1889 I Duluth
196 John Shanley 140 89 153 1889 I Fargo
197 Peter Verdaguer y Prat CH1 CI1 CJ1 1890 II Vicar Apostolic of Brownsville
198 Thomas Francis Brennan 107 174 185 1891 I Dallas
199 John Brady 99 122 178 1891 Boston (auxiliary)
200 Theophile Meerschaert 156 101 191 1891 I Oklahoma[w]

201–250[edit]

Archbishop Placide Louis Chapelle (201, at left) served as Apostolic Delegate to Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines after the Spanish–American War.
Archbishop John Murphy Farley (218) was created a cardinal in 1911.
Archbishop William Henry O'Connell (244) was the first cardinal to be archbishop of Boston.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
201 Placide Louis Chapelle 109 116 136 1891 III Santa Fe, X New Orleans
202 James Schwebach 176 186 194 1892 III La Crosse
203 Ignatius Frederick Horstmann 79 106 147 1892 III Cleveland
204 Sebastian Gebhard Messmer 192 148 161 1892 IV Green Bay, IV Milwaukee
205 Charles Edward McDonnell 131 103 147 1892 II Brooklyn
206 Henry Gabriels 131 127 179 1892 II Ogdensburg
207 John Stephen Michaud 99 168 206 1892 II Burlington
208 Gulstan Ropert 167 133 180 1892 III Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands
209 Thomas Daniel Beaven 99 168 207 1892 II Springfield in Massachusetts
210 Edward Joseph Dunne 98 187 189 1893 II Dallas
211 Michael Tierney 99 178 209 1894 VI Hartford
212 George Thomas Montgomery 167 152 180 1894 V Monterey-Los Angeles[f] San Francisco (coadjutor)
213 Patrick James Donahue 109 188 189 1894 III Wheeling[h]
214 Thomas M. A. Burke 131 103 179 1894 IV Albany
215 Thomas Sebastian Byrne 79 154 170 1894 V Nashville
216 James Augustine McFaul 131 103 205 1894 II Trenton
217 John Anthony Forest 156 101 164 1895 III San Antonio
218 John Murphy Farley* 131 205 206 1895 VII New York
219 Michael John Hoban CK1° 185 209 1896 II Scranton
220 Thomas O'Gorman CK1° 148 153 1896 II Sioux Falls
221 Thomas Grace 167 180 212 1896 II Sacramento
222 John Joseph Glennon* 136 181 190 1896 Kansas City (coadjutor), IV St. Louis
223 Edward John O'Dea 130 CL1 172 1896 III Seattle
224 Edmond Francis Prendergast 124 203 219 1897 VII Philadelphia
225 James Edward Quigley 131 103 205 1897 III Buffalo, VI Chicago
226 Thomas Mathias Lenihan 100 169 183 1897 II Cheyenne
227 John James Joseph Monaghan 109 163 177 1897 III Wilmington
228 Edward Patrick Allen 109 101 178 1897 V Mobile
229 James Trobec 140 150 176 1897 IV Saint Cloud
230 John Edmund Fitzmaurice 124 203 224 1898 IV Erie
231 Alexander Christie 140 152 196 1898 IV Oregon City[j]
232 John Francis Cunningham 136 183 190 1898 III Concordia[v]
233 Gustave Augustin Rouxel 201 191 CM1 1899 New Orleans (auxiliary)
234 John Walter Shanahan 124 203 224 1899 III Harrisburg
235 Alexander Joseph McGavick 98 181 210 1899 IV La Crosse
236 James Blenk[x] 201 200 233 1899 XI New Orleans
237 Frederick Eis 176 202 204 1899 IV Sault Sainte Marie[n]
238 Denis O'Donaghue 79 189 215 1900 VI Louisville
239 Benjamin Joseph Keiley 109 163 227 1900 VII Savannah
240 Henry Regis Granjon 109 227 228 1900 II Tucson
241 Henry Moeller 79 165 215 1900 III Columbus, IV Cincinnati
242 Peter Joseph O'Reilly AI2° 169 187 1900 Peoria (auxiliary)
243 Herman Joseph Alerding 79 238 241 1900 IV Fort Wayne[q]
244 William Henry O'Connell* CK1° CN1 CO1 1901 III Portland in Maine, V Boston
245 Peter Muldoon AI2° 169 187 1901 I Rockford
246 John Joseph O'Connor 131 205 216 1901 IV Newark
247 Eugene Augustine Garvey AI2° 219 230 1901 I Altoona[y]
248 Thomas James Conaty 109 170 209 1901 VI Monterey-Los Angeles[f]
249 William John Kenny 109 188 239 1902 III St. Augustine
250 Philip Joseph Garrigan 209 228 248 1902 I Sioux City

251–300[edit]

Jeremiah James Harty (257) served as Archbishop of Manila after the Spanish–American War before returning to the United States as Archbishop of Omaha.
Episcopal arms of Bishop Libert H. Boeynaems (256), Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands.
Bishop William Stang (263) was named the first bishop of Fall River in 1904 (cathedral pictured).
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
251 John Baptist Pitaval 173 182 240 1902 V Santa Fe
252 John Stariha 140 194 195 1902 I Lead[z]
253 James Keane 140 194 195 1902 III Cheyenne, V Dubuque
254 Regis Canevin 124 188 234 1903 V Pittsburgh
255 Dennis Joseph Dougherty* CK1° CP1 CQ1 1903 V Buffalo, VIII Philadelphia
256 Libert H. Boeynaems 212 221 248 1903 IV Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands
257 Jeremiah James Harty CK1° CR1 CS1 1903 III Omaha
258 Charles H. Colton 218 103 205 1903 IV Buffalo
259 Charles Joseph O'Reilly 231 172 223 1903 I Baker City,[aa] III Lincoln
260 Bonaventure Broderick 201 CT1 F34[a] 1903 New York (auxiliary)
261 James Joseph Hartley 241 238 243 1904 IV Columbus
262 Thomas Cusack 218 216 258 1904 New York (auxiliary), V Albany
263 William Stang 178 199 211 1904 I Fall River
264 Joseph John Fox 204 237 263 1904 V Green Bay
265 John Bernard Delany CU1° 228 244 1904 II Manchester
266 Mathias Clement Lenihan 148 194 253 1904 I Great Falls[ab]
267 James J. Davis 148 169 266 1904 III Davenport
268 Cornelius Van de Ven 201 191 233 1904 IV Alexandria
269 John Patrick Carroll 148 184 259 1904 II Helena
270 Thomas Francis Lillis 222 113 232 1904 II Leavenworth,[m] II Kansas City[r]
271 Thomas Francis Hickey 218 103 179 1905 II Rochester
272 Augustine Francis Schinner CU1° 195 202 1905 I Superior, I Spokane
273 John Baptist Morris 215 164 228 1906 III Little Rock
274 Louis Sebastian Walsh 99 178 209 1906 IV Portland in Maine
275 George Albert Guertin CU1° 178 211 1907 III Manchester
276 Soter Ortynsky CV1 CW1 CX1 1907 I Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
277 Daniel Francis Feehan 209 178 211 1907 II Fall River
278 Thomas Francis Kennedy CY1 167 CZ1 1907 Rector of the North American College
279 Joseph Maria Koudelka 203 261 264 1908 II Superior
280 Denis J. O'Connell 109 163 241 1908 VII Richmond
281 Paul Peter Rhode 225 245 279 1908 VI Green Bay
282 Owen Patrick Bernard Corrigan 109 181 239 1909 Baltimore (auxiliary)
283 John Patrick Farrelly CY1 273 278 1909 IV Cleveland
284 John Grimes 218 179 214 1909 II Syracuse
285 Joseph Gaudentius Anderson 244 275 277 1909 Boston (auxiliary)
286 Edmund Michael Dunne CU1° 186 245 1909 II Peoria
287 George Mundelein* 205 246 258 1909 VII Chicago
288 John Joseph Nilan 244 274 277 1910 VII Hartford
289 Joseph John Rice 209 178 274 1910 III Burlington
290 John Shaw 236 228 268 1910 IV San Antonio, XII New Orleans
291 John Bernard MacGinley CU1° 224 230 1910 IX Monterey-Fresno[f]
292 James O'Reilly 140 195 229 1910 II Fargo
293 John Jeremiah Lawler 140 195 229 1910 III Rapid City
294 Patrick Richard Heffron 140 195 229 1910 II Winona
295 Joseph Francis Busch 140 195 229 1910 II Lead,[z] V Saint Cloud
296 John B. V. P. Wehrle 140 195 229 1910 I Bismarck
297 Timothy J. Corbett 140 195 229 1910 I Crookston
298 Joseph Chartrand CU1° 238 243 1910 VI Indianapolis
299 Edward D. Kelly 109 165 170 1911 III Grand Rapids
300 Joseph Schrembs 165 170 189 1911 I Toledo, V Cleveland

301–350[edit]

Michael Joseph Curley (315) was simultaneously Archbishop of Baltimore and Archbishop of Washington.
Patrick Joseph Hayes (316) was Cardinal and Archbishop of New York.
John Joseph Cantwell (327) was the first Archbishop of Los Angeles.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
301 John Chamberlain Ward CU1° 190 270 1911 III Leavenworth[m]
302 John Henry Tihen 190 182 184 1911 II Lincoln, III Denver
303 Joseph Patrick Lynch 236 164 273 1911 III Dallas
304 John Edward Gunn 236 228 273 1911 VI Natchez[g]
305 Jean Marie Laval 236 268 290 1911 New Orleans (auxiliary)
306 Patrick A. A. McGovern 253 184 250 1912 IV Cheyenne
307 Austin Dowling 178 267 274 1912 I Des Moines, IV Saint Paul[l]
308 Joseph Henry Conroy 218 206 258 1912 III Ogdensburg
309 John Joseph McCort 224 230 234 1912 II Altoona[y]
310 Edward Joseph Hanna BU2° 225 280 1912 III San Francisco
311 James Albert Duffy 253 184 306 1913 I Grand Island
312 Paul Joseph Nussbaum BU2° 205 246 1913 I Corpus Christi, V Sault Sainte Marie and Marquette[n]
313 Edward Kozłowski 204 DA1 165 1914 Milwaukee (auxiliary)
314 Henry J. Althoff 225 245 281 1914 II Belleville
315 Michael Joseph Curley 239 213 282 1914 IV St. Augustine, X Baltimore, I Washington
316 Patrick Joseph Hayes* 218 206 262 1914 Vicar Apostolic for U.S. Armed Forces, VIII New York
317 Thomas Joseph Shahan 109 280 288 1914 Baltimore (auxiliary)
318 Thomas Francis Doran 178 274 307 1915 Providence (auxiliary)
319 Joseph Sarsfield Glass 310 221 270 1915 II Salt Lake City
320 Michael Gallagher 165 299 300 1915 III Grand Rapids, IV Detroit
321 Anthony Joseph Schuler 251 240 306 1915 I El Paso
322 Ferdinand Brossart 241 200 261 1916 IV Covington
323 Philip R. McDevitt 224 230 309 1916 IV Harrisburg
324 William Thomas Russell 109 227 282 1917 V Charleston
325 Joseph Raphael John Crimont 231 223 272 1917 I Vicar Apostolic of Alaska
326 Denis Matthew Lowney 209 277 288 1917 Providence (auxiliary)
327 John Joseph Cantwell 310 221 319 1917 VII Los Angeles
328 John Mark Gannon 219 309 323 1918 V Erie
329 Daniel Mary Gorman BU2° 266 319 1918 II Boise
330 Thomas Walsh BU2° 246 255 1918 III Trenton, V Newark
331 John T. McNicholas DB1 DC1 DD1 1918 II Duluth, V Cincinnati
332 Christopher Edward Byrne 222 270 273 1918 IV Galveston[i]
333 Arthur Jerome Drossaerts BU2° 200 305 1918 V San Antonio
334 Jules Jeanmard BU2° 200 305 1918 I Lafayette in Louisiana
335 Edmund Gibbons BU2° 284 330 1919 VI Albany
336 Joseph Francis McGrath 223 226 269 1919 II Baker City[aa]
337 William Turner 109 280 315 1919 VI Buffalo
338 Edmond Heelan 253 267 306 1919 II Sioux City
339 William A. Hickey 209 274 277 1919 III Providence
340 Albert Daeger 251 302 321 1919 VI Santa Fe
341 Thomas William Drumm 253 267 338 1919 II Des Moines
342 John Gregory Murray BU2° 288 317 1919 V Portland in Maine, V Saint Paul[l]
343 Thomas Edmund Molloy 205 330 335 1920 III Brooklyn
344 Patrick J. J. Keane 310 221 327 1920 III Sacramento
345 Francis Joseph Tief 270 245 302 1921 IV Concordia[v]
346 Augustus John Schwertner 300 302 320 1921 II Wichita
347 Emmanuel Boleslaus Ledvina 298 268 303 1921 II Corpus Christi
348 Hugh Charles Boyle 254 309 323 1921 VI Pittsburgh
349 Thomas Michael O'Leary DE1 315 275 1921 III Springfield in Massachusetts
350 Michael Joseph Crane 255 309 330 1921 Philadelphia (auxiliary)

351–400[edit]

Samuel Cardinal Stritch (352) served as Archbishop of Milwaukee, and later of Chicago.
Francis Kelley (373), Bishop of Oklahoma City, founded the Catholic Church Extension Society.
Edward Mooney (379) was Cardinal and Archbishop of Detroit.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
351 John Joseph Dunn 316 246 308 1921 New York (auxiliary)
352 Samuel Stritch* 241 273 343 1921 II Toledo, V Milwaukee, VIII Chicago
353 Edward Francis Hoban 287 235 343 1921 II Rockford, VI Cleveland
354 Joseph G. Pinten 204 281 331 1922 III Superior, IV Grand Rapids
355 Patrick Barry 315 227 337 1922 V St. Augustine
356 John Joseph Swint 315 280 348 1922 IV Wheeling[h]
357 Bernard Joseph Mahoney DF1 DG1 DH1 1922 III Sioux Falls
358 Michael Joseph Keyes 315 280 355 1922 VIII Savannah
359 Francis Gilfillan 222 270 332 1922 III Saint Joseph[r]
360 John A. Floersh BU2° AH2 DI1 1923 VII Louisville
361 Andrew James Louis Brennan 219 342 357 1923 VIII Richmond
362 Daniel Joseph Curley 316 335 337 1923 III Syracuse
363 Francis William Howard 241 261 360 1923 V Covington
364 Daniel James Gercke 255 291 DJ1 1923 III Tucson
365 James Aloysius Griffin 287 352 353 1924 IV Springfield in Illinois
366 Alphonse John Smith 298 347 352 1924 VI Nashville
367 Edward Howard 307 329 341 1924 V Portland in Oregon
368 Francis Beckman 241 298 300 1924 IV Lincoln, VI Dubuque
369 Constantine Bohachevsky CW2 DK1 DL1 1924 II Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
370 Basil Takach CW2 DK1 DL1 1924 I Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
371 Stephen Alencastre 327 319 344 1924 V Vicar Apostolic of the Hawaiian Islands
372 Joseph C. Plagens 320 281 353 1924 VI Marquette, V Grand Rapids
373 Francis Kelley 287 DE1 DM1 1924 II Oklahoma City
374 Richard Oliver Gerow 228 334 365 1924 VII Natchez-Jackson[g]
375 William Joseph Hafey 315 349 358 1925 I Raleigh, IV Scranton
376 John F. Noll 287 347 366 1925 V Fort Wayne[q]
377 Edmond John Fitzmaurice 255 356 361 1925 IV Wilmington
378 Edwin Byrne[ac] 255 356 361 1925 VIII Santa Fe
379 Edward Mooney* DN1 AH2 DO1 1926 IV Rochester, V Detroit
380 Thomas Anthony Welch 307 292 295 1926 III Duluth
381 Maurice F. McAuliffe 288 339 342 1926 VIII Hartford
382 Francis Martin Kelly 294 295 380 1926 III Winona
383 John Joseph Mitty 316 351 362 1926 III Salt Lake City, IV San Francisco
384 Theodore H. Reverman 360 314 354 1926 IV Superior
385 Charles Daniel White 354 352 366 1927 II Spokane
386 Rudolph Gerken 303 332 373 1927 I Amarillo, VII Santa Fe
387 Thomas Joseph Toolen 315 358 374 1927 VI Mobile
388 James Edward Walsh DP1 DQ1 CE2 1927 Vicar Apostolic of Kongmoon
389 Henry Rohlman 253 338 341 1927 IV Davenport, VII Dubuque
390 George Joseph Finnigan DR1 353 376 1927 III Helena
391 Emmet M. Walsh 358 355 375 1927 VI Charleston, II Youngstown
392 John Bertram Peterson 244 275 342 1927 IV Manchester
393 Thomas Charles O'Reilly 255 300 357 1928 III Scranton
394 Edward Kelly 336 266 385 1928 III Boise
395 John Michael McNamara 315 375 387 1928 Baltimore (auxiliary), Washington (auxiliary)
396 John J. McMahon 337 330 335 1928 IV Trenton
397 Francis Johannes 359 345 346 1928 IV Leavenworth[m]
398 Bernard James Sheil 287 286 353 1928 Chicago (auxiliary)
399 Joseph Rummel 316 343 351 1928 IV Omaha, XIII New Orleans
400 Robert John Armstrong 223 226 336 1929 IV Sacramento

401–450[edit]

Francis Cardinal Spellman (415) served as Archbishop of New York.
Aloisius Cardinal Muench (437, at center) served as Bishop of Fargo and, later, as Apostolic Nuncio to Germany.
Bishop Hugh L. Lamb (441) became the first bishop of Greensburg in 1951 (cathedral pictured.)
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
401 John Francis O'Hern 316 310 393 1929 III Rochester
402 Gerald Patrick O'Hara 255 291 393 1929 IX Savannah
403 Ivan Bucko CV1 CX1 CW2 1929 Philadelphia of the Ukrainians (auxiliary)
404 Aloysius Joseph Willinger[ad] 343 328 351 1929 I Monterey-Fresno
405 Joseph H. Albers 331 363 368 1929 I Lansing
406 James Edwin Cassidy DS1° 275 289 1930 III Fall River
407 Joseph Henry Leo Schlarman 287 314 353 1930 III Peoria
408 Louis Benedict Kucera 368 341 389 1930 V Lincoln
409 Edwin Vincent O'Hara 367 325 385 1930 II Great Falls,[ab] III Kansas City[r]
410 Urban John Vehr 331 368 405 1931 IV Denver
411 Karl Joseph Alter 331 346 405 1931 III Toledo, VI Cincinnati
412 Thomas Kiely Gorman 327 383 400 1931 I Reno, IV Dallas
413 Stanislaus Vincent Bona 287 281 382 1932 II Grand Island, VII Green Bay
414 Joseph Edward McCarthy 381 288 392 1932 VI Portland in Maine
415 Francis Spellman* DT1 CO2 DU1 1932 Boston (auxiliary), IX New York
416 James A. McFadden 300 320 393 1932 I Youngstown
417 James E. Kearney 316 351 383 1932 IV Salt Lake City, V Rochester
418 Daniel Francis Desmond 392 414 415 1933 V Alexandria
419 Joseph Ritter* 298 347 366 1933 VII Indianapolis, V St. Louis
420 Philip George Scher 310 327 412 1933 II Monterey-Fresno
421 John A. Duffy 330 365 366 1933 IV Syracuse, VII Buffalo
422 James Anthony Walsh DS1° 331 351 1933 Superior General of Maryknoll
423 Gerald Shaughnessy CR2° 358 385 1933 IV Seattle
424 Charles Hubert Le Blond 300 393 416 1933 IV Saint Joseph[r]
425 Ralph Leo Hayes 348 365 366 1933 IV Helena, V Davenport
426 James Hugh Ryan 298 343 419 1933 V Omaha
427 Christian Herman Winkelmann 222 270 397 1933 III Wichita
428 Moses E. Kiley CB2 DV1 330 1934 V Trenton, VI Milwaukee
429 William David O'Brien 287 303 398 1934 Chicago (auxiliary)
430 Stephen Joseph Donahue 316 379 383 1934 New York (auxiliary)
431 Robert Emmet Lucey CR2° 327 412 1934 II Amarillo, VI San Antonio
432 Francis Patrick Keough CR2° 342 406 1934 IV Providence, XI Baltimore
433 Gerald Thomas Bergan 287 389 407 1934 III Des Moines, VI Omaha
434 Raymond Augustine Kearney 343 428 430 1935 Brooklyn (auxiliary)
435 William Richard Griffin 287 427 429 1935 La Crosse (auxiliary)
436 Thomas H. McLaughlin 330 407 421 1935 I Paterson
437 Aloisius Joseph Muench* CR2° 427 435 1935 III Fargo
438 George L. Leech 255 393 426 1935 V Harrisburg
439 Peter Leo Ireton 315 393 426 1935 IX Richmond
440 Joseph Michael Gilmore CR2° 336 409 1936 V Helena
441 Hugh L. Lamb 255 402 438 1936 I Greensburg
442 William Lawrence Adrian CR2° 389 428 1936 VII Nashville
443 Francis Joseph Monaghan 330 308 436 1936 IV Ogdensburg
444 Mariano Simon Garriga 333 347 437 1936 III Corpus Christi
445 Richard Thomas Guilfoyle 328 330 345 1936 III Altoona
446 Charles F. Buddy 424 433 443 1936 I San Diego
447 Walter Andrew Foery 379 391 432 1937 V Syracuse
448 Paul Clarence Schulte 222 332 427 1937 V Leavenworth, VIII Indianapolis
449 George John Rehring 331 405 410 1937 IV Toledo
450 Duane Garrison Hunt 383 400 412 1937 V Salt Lake City

451–500[edit]

The diocese of Camden (cathedral pictured) was erected in 1938 with Bartholomew J. Eustace (454) as its first bishop.
Tomb of James Cardinal McIntyre (476) in the crypt of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles
The diocese of Evansville (cathedral pictured) was erected in 1944 with Henry Joseph Grimmelsmann (496) as its first bishop.
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
451 Eugene J. McGuinness 255 429 441 1937 II Raleigh, III Oklahoma City-Tulsa[w]
452 Stephen Stanislaus Woznicki 379 372 375 1938 II Saginaw
453 Francis Ridgley Cotton 360 384 428 1938 I Owensboro
454 Bartholomew J. Eustace 316 394 430 1938 I Camden
455 William A. Griffin 330 372 421 1938 VI Trenton
456 William Murphy 379 372 421 1938 I Saginaw
457 Matthew Francis Brady CR2° 381 414 1938 IV Burlington, V Manchester
458 Francis Augustine Thill 331 368 410 1938 V Salina
459 John Hubert Peschges 382 295 409 1938 II Crookston
460 Walter James Fitzgerald 325 385 400 1939 II Vicar Apostolic of Alaska
461 Richard Cushing* 244 392 DW1 1939 VI Boston
462 Thomas Arthur Connolly 383 400 412 1939 V Seattle
463 William Brady 342 406 410 1939 IV Sioux Falls, VI Saint Paul[l]
464 William Joseph Condon 385 336 394 1939 III Great Falls[ab]
465 John Francis O'Hara* 415 376 419 1940 VIII Buffalo, IX Philadelphia
466 Joseph M. Corrigan 255 315 379 1940 Rector of The Catholic University of America
467 Sidney Matthew Metzger 333 386 444 1940 II El Paso
468 George Joseph Donnelly 222 427 448 1940 VI Kansas City in Kansas
469 Albert Lewis Fletcher CR2° 334 429 1940 IV Little Rock
470 Henry Joseph O'Brien CR2° 381 414 1940 IX Hartford
471 Vincent James Ryan 437 295 380 1940 II Bismarck
472 Raymond Aloysius Lane 388 414 461 1940 Superior General of Maryknoll
473 Thomas Aloysius Boland 330 454 455 1940 II Paterson, VI Newark
474 Joseph Patrick Hurley CP2 DX1 DY1 1940 VI St. Augustine
475 Bernard T. Espelage 331 405 419 1940 I Gallup
476 James Francis McIntyre* 415 430 465 1941 New York (auxiliary, coadjutor), VIII Los Angeles
477 Francis Joseph Magner 352 429 451 1941 VII Marquette
478 Joseph Thomas McGucken 327 364 420 1941 V Sacramento, V San Francisco
479 James Joseph Sweeney 383 451 462 1941 I Honolulu
480 Laurence Julius FitzSimon CR2° 444 467 1941 III Amarillo
481 Joseph Clement Willging CR2° 389 440 1942 I Pueblo
482 Edward Gerard Hettinger 261 363 449 1942 Columbus (auxiliary)
483 Peter William Bartholome CR2° 295 459 1942 VI Saint Cloud
484 William Patrick O'Connor 428 437 471 1942 V Superior, I Madison
485 Augustine Danglmayr CR2° 303 429 1942 Dallas (auxiliary)
486 Ambrose Senyshyn 369 370 DZ1 1942 I Stamford of the Ukrainians, III Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
487 Leo Binz CR2° 353 389 1942 VIII Dubuque, VII Saint Paul and Minneapolis
488 William Tibertus McCarty 415 343 465 1943 IV Rapid City
489 Martin John O'Connor 375 402 438 1943 Rector of the North American College
490 John Joseph Boylan 433 338 389 1943 III Rockford
491 Joseph A. Burke CR2° 330 335 1943 IX Buffalo
492 Bryan Joseph McEntegart CR2° 335 430 1943 V Ogdensburg, IV Brooklyn
493 James Peter Davis[ae] 364 462 478 1943 IX Santa Fe, San Juan (Puerto Rico)
494 Francis J. Haas CR2° 379 428 1943 VI Grand Rapids
495 Michael Joseph Ready CR2° 331 353 1944 V Columbus
496 Henry Joseph Grimmelsmann CR2° 410 449 1944 I Evansville
497 Edward Francis Ryan 461 415 432 1945 V Burlington
498 William Theodore Mulloy 437 471 483 1945 VI Covington
499 John George Bennett 376 453 465 1945 I Lafayette in Indiana
500 Joseph Patrick Donahue 415 465 476 1945 New York (auxiliary)

501–550[edit]

Lawrence Cardinal Shehan (510) was the twelfth Archbishop of Baltimore.
The Archbishops of Chicago, including Samuel Cardinal Stritch (352) and John Cardinal Cody (527), are buried in this tomb at Mount Carmel Cemetery.
In 1948, Louis Joseph Reicher (542) became the first bishop of Austin (cathedral pictured.)
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
501 Edward Joseph Hunkeler CR2° 413 426 1945 III Grand Island, VII Kansas City in Kansas
502 Anthony John King Mussio 331 449 495 1945 I Steubenville
503 Vincent Stanislaus Waters 439 391 402 1945 III Raleigh
504 James Louis Connolly 342 463 487 1945 IV Fall River
505 Francis Joseph Schenk 342 380 437 1945 III Crookston, IV Duluth
506 Louis Francis Kelleher 461 415 497 1945 Boston (auxiliary)
507 John Patrick Treacy CR2° 353 429 1945 V La Crosse
508 William Richard Arnold 415 376 465 1945 Military Vicar of the United States (auxiliary)
509 William Scully 335 343 492 1945 VII Albany
510 Lawrence Shehan* CR2° 395 439 1945 I Bridgeport, XII Baltimore
511 Charles Pasquale Greco 399 374 387 1946 VI Alexandria
512 Thomas Lawrence Noa 379 385 405 1946 VIII Marquette
513 Albert Gregory Meyer* 428 437 484 1946 VI Superior, VII Milwaukee, IX Chicago
514 John Raphael Hagan 353 416 507 1946 Cleveland (auxiliary)
515 Leo Ferdinand Dworschak CR2° 471 498 1946 IV Fargo
516 Daniel Joseph Feeney CR2° 457 506 1946 VII Portland in Maine
517 Edward Aloysius Fitzgerald 389 408 487 1946 IV Winona
518 Timothy Manning* 478 388 462 1946 I Fresno, IX Los Angeles
519 Daniel Ivancho[af] 369 486 EA1 1946 II Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
520 Allen James Babcock 379 452 456 1947 VII Grand Rapids
521 Joseph Carroll McCormick 255 441 451 1947 V Altoona-Johnstown, VI Scranton
522 Mark Kenny Carroll 419 448 468 1947 IV Wichita
523 Thomas Joseph McDonough 255 391 521 1947 X Savannah, VIII Louisville
524 Floyd Lawrence Begin 353 416 478 1947 I Oakland
525 John Wright* 461 425 504 1947 I Worcester, VIII Pittsburgh
526 James Edward McManus[ag] 488 404 429 1947 New York (auxiliary)
527 John Cody* 419 468 503 1947 IV Kansas City-Saint Joseph, XIV New Orleans, X Chicago
528 James Byrne CR2° 380 505 1947 IV Boise, IX Dubuque
529 Henry Klonowski 375 438 452 1947 Scranton (auxiliary)
530 Joseph M. Marling 409 405 499 1947 I Jefferson City
531 Roman Richard Atkielski 428 413 484 1947 Milwaukee (auxiliary)
532 Thomas John McDonnell 415 461 476 1947 Wheeling-Charleston (coadjutor)
533 Hubert Newell 410 440 481 1947 V Cheyenne
534 James A. McNulty 330 455 470 1947 III Paterson, X Buffalo
535 Hugh Aloysius Donohoe 383 462 479 1947 I Stockton, II Fresno
536 Joseph Maximilian Mueller CR2° 407 501 1947 III Sioux City
537 Louis Abel Caillouet 399 334 511 1947 New Orleans (auxiliary)
538 Patrick O'Boyle* 415 395 529 1948 II Washington
539 Albert Rudolph Zuroweste 407 527 536 1948 III Belleville
540 Wendelin Joseph Nold 303 332 485 1948 V Galveston-Houston
541 Francis Doyle Gleeson 367 385 EB1 1948 I Fairbanks
542 Louis Joseph Reicher 332 405 444 1948 I Austin
543 Edward Celestin Daly CR2° 389 487 1948 IV Des Moines
544 John Francis Dearden* CR2° 353 524 1948 VII Pittsburgh, VI Detroit
545 Leo John Steck 419 522 527 1948 Salt Lake City (auxiliary)
546 Leo Fabian Fahey 374 487 537 1948 Baker City (coadjutor)
547 James Thomas O'Dowd 383 462 535 1948 San Francisco (auxiliary)
548 Russell McVinney CR2° 470 504 1948 V Providence
549 Edward Peter McManaman 328 375 488 1948 Erie (auxiliary)
550 Joseph Francis Flannelly 415 430 500 1948 New York (auxiliary)

551–600[edit]

John Cardinal Krol (587) was Archbishop of Philadelphia (cathedral pictured.)
Coleman Carroll (591) was the first Archbishop of Miami (cathedral pictured.)
The diocese of Norwich was erected in 1953 with Bernard Joseph Flanagan (592) as its first bishop (cathedral pictured.)
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
551 Martin Dewey McNamara 352 490 539 1949 I Joliet
552 William Edward Cousins 352 490 539 1949 IV Peoria, VIII Milwaukee
553 William Aloysius O'Connor 352 490 539 1949 V Springfield in Illinois
554 Charles Herman Helmsing 419 527 545 1949 I Springfield-Cape Girardeau, V Kansas City-Saint Joseph
555 John Benjamin Grellinger 428 413 513 1949 Green Bay (auxiliary)
556 Francis Edward Hyland 255 441 521 1949 I Atlanta
557 James Henry Ambrose Griffiths 415 343 508 1950 New York (auxiliary)
558 John Joyce Russell CR2° 395 538 1950 VII Charleston, X Richmond
559 George W. Ahr 330 454 473 1950 VII Trenton
560 Christopher Joseph Weldon 415 430 461 1950 IV Springfield in Massachusetts
561 Alexander M. Zaleski 379 452 520 1950 II Lansing
562 David Frederick Cunningham 415 447 492 1950 VI Syracuse
563 Francis Peter Leipzig 367 394 409 1950 III Baker
564 Eric Francis MacKenzie 461 412 538 1950 Boston (auxiliary)
565 Thomas Francis Markham 461 412 538 1950 Boston (auxiliary)
566 Leo Aloysius Pursley CR2° 376 530 1950 VI Fort Wayne-South Bend
567 Merlin Guilfoyle 383 479 535 1950 II Stockton
568 Patrick Joseph McCormick CR2° 470 538 1950 Washington (auxiliary)
569 Maurice Schexnayder CR2° 334 537 1951 II Lafayette in Louisiana
570 Joseph Lennox Federal CR2° 451 503 1951 VI Salt Lake City
571 Fulton J. Sheen# DF2 EC1 489 1951 VI Rochester
572 Loras Thomas Lane 487 481 517 1951 VI Rockford
573 John Baptist Franz 352 522 553 1951 I Dodge City, V Peoria
574 Joseph Patrick Dougherty 462 385 535 1951 I Yakima
575 Robert Dermot O'Flanagan 541 385 574 1951 I Juneau
576 John Linus Paschang 433 408 501 1951 IV Grand Island
577 Joseph Mark McShea CR2° 429 451 1952 I Allentown
578 Lambert Anthony Hoch CR2° 463 505 1952 III Bismarck, V Sioux Falls
579 John Joseph Boardman 343 434 532 1952 Brooklyn (auxiliary)
580 Robert Joseph Dwyer 383 412 570 1952 II Reno, VI Portland in Oregon
581 James Johnston Navagh CR2° 434 557 1952 VII Ogdensburg, IV Paterson
582 Leo Richard Smith CR2° 434 557 1952 VIII Ogdensburg
583 Joseph Howard Hodges 439 503 544 1952 V Wheeling-Charleston
584 Celestine Damiano 491 465 582 1953 III Camden
585 John Francis Hackett 470 432 457 1953 Hartford (auxiliary)
586 Lawrence B. Casey 415 447 561 1953 V Paterson
587 John Krol* CR2° 353 524 1953 X Philadelphia
588 Francis Joseph Green 364 493 535 1953 IV Tucson
589 Walter P. Kellenberg 476 509 550 1953 VI Ogdenburg, I Rockville Centre
590 Edward Vincent Dargin 476 509 550 1953 New York (auxiliary)
591 Coleman Carroll CR2° 495 544 1953 I Miami
592 Bernard Joseph Flanagan 497 503 527 1953 I Norwich, II Worcester
593 Raymond Peter Hillinger 352 551 553 1953 IV Rockford
594 Jerome A. D. Sebastian CR2° 510 558 1954 Baltimore (auxiliary)
595 Joseph John Annabring 513 484 505 1954 VII Superior
596 Joseph Maria Pernicone 415 550 590 1954 New York (auxiliary)
597 Clarence George Issenmann 411 410 449 1954 VI Columbus, VII Cleveland
598 Justin J. McCarthy 473 454 534 1954 II Camden
599 Leo Christopher Byrne 419 522 527 1954 St. Louis (auxiliary), Wichita (coadjutor),
Saint Paul and Minneapolis (coadjutor)
600 Jeremiah Francis Minihan 461 503 525 1954 Boston (auxiliary)

601–650[edit]

Joseph M. Schmondiuk (624) became Ukrainian Exarch of Philadelphia in 1977 (cathedral pictured.)
Andrew Gregory Grutka (626) was the first bishop of Gary, Indiana, and served in that position for twenty-eight years (cathedral pictured.)
The diocese of Baton Rouge was erected in 1961 with Robert Emmet Tracy (648) as its first bishop (cathedral pictured.)
No. Bishop Consecrators Year Diocese
601 John Joseph Scanlan 383 462 479 1954 II Honolulu
602 Jerome Daniel Hannan CR2° 529 538 1954 V Scranton
603 John Anthony Donovan 379 520 561 1954 V Toledo
604 Henry Edmund Donnelly 379 520 561 1954 Detroit (auxiliary)
605 Robert Francis Joyce 497 457 592 1954 VI Burlington
606 Charles Garrett Maloney 360 425 597 1955 Louisville (auxiliary)
607 Nicholas Elko AL2 ED1 EE1 1955 III Pittsburgh of the Ruthenians
608 Joseph Aloysius Durick 387 374 474 1955 VIII Nashville
609 Edmund Joseph Reilly 343 434 579 1955 Brooklyn (auxiliary)
610 Bernard Joseph Topel 440 481 574 1955 III Spokane
611 Philip Joseph Furlong 415 492 550 1956 New York (auxiliary)
612 Stephen Aloysius Leven 451 412 534 1956 III San Angelo
613 John Louis Morkovsky CR2° 444 467 1956 III Amarillo, VI Galveston-Houston
614 Lawrence Frederik Schott 438 495 534 1956 Harrisburg (auxiliary)
615 Richard Henry Ackerman 544 EF1 532 1956 VII Covington
616 Thomas Edward Gill 462 535 574 1956 Seattle (auxiliary)
617 Alden John Bell 476 478 518 1956 VI Sacramento
618 John Carberry* 434 555 559 1956 II Lafayette in Indiana, VII Columbus, VI St. Louis
619 Philip Hannan CR2° 395 538 1956 XV New Orleans
620 Lawrence Alexander Glenn CR2° 380 505 1956 IV Crookston
621 Adolph Marx 444 587 606 1956 I Brownsville
622 Stephen Kocisko 607 486 DZ2 1956 I Passaic of the Byzantines, IV Pittsburgh of the Byzantines
623 Hubert James Cartwright 465 521 556 1956 Wilmington (coadjutor)
624 Joseph M. Schmondiuk 369 486 607 1956 II Stamford of the Ukrainians, IV Philadelphia of the Ukrainians
625 Joseph Bernard Brunini 374 511 613 1957 VIII Jackson
626 Andrew Gregory Grutka CR2° 527 566 1957 I Gary
627 Hilary Baumann Hacker 463 505 528 1957 IV Bismarck
628 Harry Anselm Clinch 404 518 567 1957 II Monterey
629 George Biskup CR2° 487 572 1957 V Des Moines, IX Indianapolis
630 James Vincent Casey CR2° 487 572 1957 VI Lincoln, V Denver
631 Glennon Patrick Flavin 419 554 599 1957 VI Lincoln
632 Edward Joseph Maginn 509 596 605 1957 Albany (auxiliary)
633 Walter William Curtis 473 534 559 1957 II Bridgeport
634 Martin Walter Stanton 473 534 559 1957 Newark (auxiliary)
635 Frederick William Freking CO2 CP3 489 1957 VI Salina, VI La Crosse
636 John Michael Fearns 415 538 632 1957 New York (auxiliary)
637 Howard Joseph Carroll CR2° 544 591 1958 IV Altoona-Johnstown
638 Alphonse James Schladweiler 463 528 627 1958 I New Ulm
639 Leonard Philip Cowley 463 528 627 1958 Saint Paul and Minneapolis (auxiliary)
640 Victor Joseph Reed CR2° 600 612 1958 IV Oklahoma City-Tulsa
641 Paul Francis Leibold 411 587 597 1958 II Evansville, VII Cincinnati
642 Michael William Hyle CR2° 513 594 1958 V Wilmington
643 Paul John Hallinan CR2° 353 587 1958 VIII Charleston, II Atlanta
644 James Joseph Gerrard 504 548 600 1959 Fall River (auxiliary)
645 John William Comber 415 472 551 1959 Superior General of Maryknoll
646 Charles Richard Mulrooney 492 557 618 1959 Brooklyn (auxiliary)
647 Joseph Peter Michael Denning 492 557 618 1959