Clipped From Pittston Gazette
a of - U. Robert Gill Is Ninth Of Family In Religious Orders Robert Gill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gill, of 215 Govier street Parsons, and grandson of John Gil - roy, of 242 South Main street this city, will be ordained as a member of the Passlonlst Missionary Order at St Joseph's Monastery - Church, Ealtimore, Md., on Tuesday next by Most Rev. Michael J. Qurley, archbishop of Baltimore and Washington. The young man's mother is the former Margaret Gilroy, of this city. He has an unclv Jlev.Le V. Gilroy, four aunts, a sister and three cousins now serving" the Roman Catholic Church in various religious orders. Robert Gill was born In Parsons June 3, 1913, and after attending the elementary grades in that place went to Coughlin High school, from which he graduated in 1930. He continued his education at St. Thomas College, now the University of Scran ton, for two years. Following that he entered the Passlonlst novitiate at Springfield, Mass., and prepared at Dunkirk, N. Y., Jamaica, L. I., and Baltimore. Father Nicholas will celebrate his first solemn high mass at St Dominic's Church, Parsons, on Sunday, April 28.