Joseph Lloyd Hogan

Joseph Lloyd Hogan
Bishop of Rochester, New York
In office 1969-1978
Ordination June 6, 1942
Consecration November 28, 1969
Personal details
Born (1916-03-11)March 11, 1916
Died August 27, 2000(2000-08-27) (aged 84)
Nationality American
Denomination Roman Catholic
Education St. Andrew's Seminary
Alma mater St. Bernard's Seminary

Joseph Lloyd Hogan (March 11, 1916August 27, 2000) was the seventh Roman Catholic bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Rochester, New York.

Hogan was born in Lima, New York


Hogan attended St. Andrew's Seminary and St. Bernard's Seminary, Rochester. He was ordained to the priesthood for the Rochester Diocese on June 6, 1942. Hogan received a M.A. Degree from Canisius College in Buffalo. In 1949 Hogan received a Doctorate in Sacred Theology from the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum in Rome, Italy.[1]

Hogan served for a number of years on the faculty of St. Bernard's Seminary, Rector at Becket Hall residence for the diocesan seminary at St John Fisher College . and Sisters of St. Joseph Novitiate. He was appointed Monsignor in 1966, and was pastor of St. Margaret Mary Church, Irondequoit, until being appointed Bishop.

On October 6, 1969 Hogan was appointed bishop of the Rochester Diocese by Pope Paul VI. He was consecrated on November 28, 1969 succeeding Fulton J. Sheen.

Hogan resigned on November 22, 1978.[2]


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Preceded by
Fulton J. Sheen
Bishop of Rochester, New York
1969 – 1978
Succeeded by
Matthew H. Clark

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