The Most Reverend
Daniel A. Cronin, S.T.D.
Third Archbishop of Hartford
Profile of Most Reverend Daniel A. Cronin, S.T.D.
- Born November 14, 1927, Newton, Massachusetts
- Attended St.
Peter School, Cambridge; Boston College High School, 1945;
St. John Seminary, Brighton, Massachusetts, 1949; North American
- Ordained a Priest December 20, 1952 at the
Basilica of St. John Lateran, Rome.
- Received a Licentiate
in Sacred Theology, Gregorian University, Rome, 1953; a Doctorate
of Sacred Theology, Gregorian University,
- Parochial Ministry in Salisbury, Lynn and Waltham,
- Attache, Apostolic Internunciature in Addis
Ababa, Ethiopia, 1957.
- Attache, Secretariat of State, Vatican
- Named Papal Chamberlain, with title of Monsignor,
- Named Titular Bishop of Egnatia and Auxiliary Bishop
of Boston, June 10, 1968.
- Ordained Bishop, September
12, 1968, Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston, Massachusetts.
of St. Raphael Parish, Medford, Massachusetts, 1968.
Fifth Bishop of Fall River Diocese, October 30, 1970.
December 16, 1970, St. Mary of the Assumption Cathedral, Fall
- Named Eleventh Bishop and Third Archbishop
of Hartford Archdiocese, December 10,
- Installed January 28, 1992, Cathedral
of St. Joseph, Hartford, Connecticut.
Pallium from Pope John Paul II on June 29, 1992, St. Peter's
- 25th Anniversary of Ordination
as a Bishop, Cathedral of St. Joseph,
September 12, 1993.
of the Father McGivney Award from the Connecticut Knights
- Past Chairman of the
Episcopal Board of Governors of the Pontifical
American College, Rome.
December 18, 2003.
Cronin's Coat of Arms