Edward J. Kelly Edward J. Kelly i(A89063 works by) (birth name: Edward Joseph Kelly) (a.k.a. Rev. Edward J. Kelly)
Born: Established: 1857 Gawler, Gawler area, Salisbury - Elizabeth - Gawler area, Adelaide, South Australia, ; Died: Ceased: 7 Jan 1918 Fitzroy North, Fitzroy - Collingwood area, Melbourne - North, Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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Edward J. Kelly came from South Australia to Melbourne as a boy. He lived in St Kilda before studying for the priesthood at St Patrick's College, Manly, Seminaire de Mans, France and Propaganda College, Rome. Returning to Melbourne in 1885, he served in the St Kilda East, Carlton and Footscray parishes. He was then Parish Priest of North Fitzroy from 1894 until his death (after a long illness) in 1918. He was co-founder of the Australian Catholic Truth Society (q.v.) and was the author of Australian Catholic Truth Society pamphlets, including Louise de la Vallière (1905).

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