The Most Reverend Edward Carlton Payne, DD
Emeritus of New England
Edward Carlton Payne, American Archbishop. Performer, instructor, composer, arranger tenor banjo, mandolin, bugle, piano, organ, and carillon. Recipient God and Country award First Hartford Council Area, 1949; recipient certified of appreciation Quirk Middle School, Hartford, Connecticut, 1978; prelate Order of St. Nicholas, Kent, England, 1971; nominee Commander Orthodox Order of St. Gregory the Illuminator, Holy Russian Orthodox Ch.in Exile.
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|2||1566 March 12th ✠Giulio Antonio, Cardinal Santorio, Archbishop, Santa Severina|
|3||1586 September 7th ✠Girolamo, Cardinal Berneri OP, Bishop, Albano|
|4||1604 April 4th ✠Galeazzo Santivale, Archbishop, Bari|
|5||1621 May 2nd ✠Ludovico, Cardinal Ludovisi, Camerlengo|
|6||1622 June 12th ✠Luigi Cardinal Caetani, Tit. Patriarch of Antioch|
|7||1630 October 6th ✠Giovanni Battista Scannaroli, Bishop, Tyre and Sidon|
|8||1665 October 24th ✠Antonio, Cardinal Barberini, Archbishop, Reims|
|9||1668 November 12th ✠Charles Maurice Le Tellier, Archbishop, Reims|
|10||1670 September 21st ✠Jacques-Benigne Bossuet, Bishop, Meaux|
|11||1693 October 24th ✠Jacques Goyon de Matignon, Bishop, Condom|
|12||1719 February 12th ✠Dominique Marie Varlet, Bishop, Ascalon|
|13||1739 October 17th ✠Petrus Johannes Meindaarts, Archbishop, Utrecht|
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|15||1763 February 7th ✠Gualtherus van Niewenhuisen, Archbishop, Utrecht|
|16||1778 June 21st ✠Johannes Adrian Broekman, Bishop, Haarlem|
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|18||1805 November 7th ✠Gilbertus Cornelius de Jong, Bishop, Deventer|
|19||1814 April 24th ✠Willibrordus van Os, Archbishop, Utrecht|
|20||1819 April 12th ✠Johannes Bon, Bishop, Haarlem|
|21||1825 June 14th ✠Johannes van Santen, Archbishop, Utrecht|
|22||1853 July 17th ✠Hermanus Heijkamp, Bishop, Deventer|
|23||1873 August 11th ✠Gaspard Johannes Rinkel, Bishop, Haarlem|
|24||1892 May 11th ✠Gerardus Gul, Archbishop, Utrecht|
|25||1908 April 28th ✠Arnold Harris Mathew, Archbishop, London|
|25||1||1908 April 28th ✠Arnold Harris Mathew, Archbishop, London|
|26||2||1912 June 29th ✠Rudolphe de Landes Berges, Bishop, Scotland|
|27||3||1916 October 4th ✠Carmel Henry Carfora, Archbishop, Chicago|
|28||4||1942 July 30th ✠Hubert Augustus Rogers, Archbishop, New York|
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✠Edward Carlton Payne, Archbishop, New England
|Prime consecrator of|
|1974 July 20th ✠Boniface [Darrell Wayne] Grosvold, Bishop, Niagara Falls|
Lic.Th., Santa Maria del Gracia, 1947. Lic.Sac.Th., St. Francis Seminary, 1966. Bachelor of Science, Peoples University, 1973.
Master of Divinity, Peoples University, 1976. Distinguished Service Medal, Peoples University, 1971. D.A.E.H., Peoples University, 1973.
Doctor of Divinity, St. Ephrem’s Institute, 1974.
Ordained deacon, 1947; archdeacon, 1951; presbyter, 1953; priest, 1966; archpriest, 1967; rector’s assistant, Grace Episcopal Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1947-1951; assistant chaplain, St. Mary and All Saints Episcopal Church, Higganum, Connecticut, 1947-1950; chaplain’s assistant, St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Chapel, Hartford, Connecticut, 1947-1955; director, prior, Order of the Cross, Hartford, Connecticut, since 1951; rector’s assistant, Church of the Good Shepherd, Hartford, 1951-1955; rector’s assistant, St. James Episcopal Church, Hartford, 1956-1957; rector, Holy Cross Old Roman Catholic Church, Hartford, since 1966; canon, Old Catholic Cathedral Church of Christ-on-the-Mount, Mariavite-Russian Orthodox Church, Woodstock, New York, 1967-1968; senior pastor, Old Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of the Holy Saviour, Niagra Falls, New York, 1971-1981; dean of Connecticut-Rhode Island, Old Roman Catholic Church, 1968-1969; bishop of Connecticut-Rhode Island, Old Roman Catholic Church, 1969-1972; archbishop of New England, Old Roman Catholic Church, since 1972; metropolitan, exarch of Ugro-Finnic Peoples,, Old Roman Catholic Church, since 1975; patriarch, Old Roman Catholic Hungarian Orthodox Church Patriarchate of N. American, since 1975; patriarch, Slavonic World Patriarchate of America World Patriarchates, since 1994; pastor, West Community Church, East Granby, Connecticut, since 1976; president, Council of Bishops, American World Patriarchates of Byelorussian-Ukrainian Orthodox Catholic Church, 1975-1978, 94-; staff member, Open Hearth Mission, Hartford, 1985-1991; Patriarchate, Hungarian-Slovonic Orthodox, 1994. Moderator United Catholic Conference, Boston, 1967-1969. Interim pastor Christ Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, Boston, 1970-1972.
Old Roman Church, 1966-1985. Member Commision on Liturgy and Music, 1968-1970. Honorary chaplain N.S.K.K. Motorcycle Club, Hartford, Connecticut, 1974-1975.
Interim organist Our Saviour’s Polish National Catholic Church, Hartford, Connecticut, 1957, Warburton Community Congregational Church (United Church of Christ), Hartford, Connecticut, 1959-1960, Hartford Elks Lodge, 1962-1964, organist, since 1964. Chaplain, organist, counselor Culbro Tobacco Company, Windsor and Simsbury, Connecticut, 1967, 77-78.
Chairman Hartford Area Peter A. Reilly Defense Committee, 1974-1976. Chairman Bradley J. Ankuda Defense Committee, 1977-1978. Member Traditionalist Clergy Association (secretary 1974-1975), Red Men Club, Elks.