Bernard Vaughan
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Bernard Vaughan

Bernard Vaughan
Bernard Vaughan, 1891

Bernard Vaughan (1847-1922) was an English Roman Catholic clergyman, brother of Herbert and John Stephen Vaughan.

Biography

Early life

He was born at Herefordshire. He was educated at Stonyhurst, and became a member of the Society of Jesus. His uncle was also a Jesuit, Richard Vaughan SJ, who went on design Sacred Heart Church in Edinburgh.

Ministry

For 18 years he took a conspicuous part in the religious and civic life of Manchester, particularly as priest at the Holy Name Church, Manchester. In 1901 went to London, where he worked among the poor of Westminster and in the East End. His sermons on "The Sins of Society" in 1906 attracted large audiences. He preached at Montreal in 1910, traveled in Canada, the United States, and Alaska, and lectured in China, Japan, Italy, and France.

World War I

In 1915 he became chaplain to Catholic troops of the British expeditionary army on the Continent.

Further reading

  • The Sins of Society (1906; tenth edition, 1908)
  • Society, Sin, and the Saviour (1907)
  • Socialism (1910)
  • The Our Father, Our Country's Need Today (1911)
  • Socialism from the Christian Standpoint (1913)
  • What of Today? (1914)
  • This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainGilman, D. C.; Peck, H. T.; Colby, F. M., eds. (1905). New International Encyclopedia (1st ed.). New York: Dodd, Mead. Missing or empty |title= (help)

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