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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Chaplain Matthew O'Keefe of Mahone's Brigade. (search)
Confederate Secretary in 1861. In 1887 Father O'Keefe returned to Baltimore and was appointed byr or milk. After the new church was built Father O'Keefe occupied a room over the sanctuary. He gated Confederate. Cardinal Gibbons holds Father O'Keefe's memory in the highest esteem and says th did the work of two priests. At one time Father O'Keefe, besides performing his pastoral duties, ay institution of the kind in the country. Father O'Keefe modeled his parochial school after the pubn the former school. Man of courage. Father O'Keefe was a man of rare personal courage and a nssins. At the outbreak of the Civil War Father O'Keefe applied to Bishop McGill for permission te in defending his home city. Thereupon Father O'Keefe went to Richmond and offered to lead a nigrent. His one sorrow. Those who knew Father O'Keefe intimately were aware that one sorrow had d not. Years afterwards General Butler and Father O'Keefe met, and the interchange of telegrams betw[25 more...]