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James Patterson Lyke - Wikipedia


James Patterson Lyke, O.F.M. (February 18, 1939 – December 27, 1992) was an African-American clerygman of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as ...

James Lyke Dies at 53 - Archbishop of Atlanta - NYTimes.com


Dec 28, 1992 ... Archbishop James Lyke of Atlanta, the nation's highest-ranking black Roman Catholic clergyman, died today at his home here. He was 53.

Archbishop Lyke School | Catholic School | Cleveland OH


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Archbishop James Patterson Lyke Conference


Being a credible liturgical resource, the Lyke Foundation calls .... James Patterson Lyke, OFM, PhD was installed as the fifth bishop and fourth archbishop.

Archbishop Lyke Conference | Meeting the Liturgical Needs of the ...


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Conference Schedule | Archbishop Lyke Conference


Archbishop Lyke Conference Fr. Clarence Rivers Institute July 5 – 9, 2016 “Black Catholics: Fully Functional, Fully Committed” ...

Archbishop Lyke Conference | Facebook


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Archbishop Lyke School | Facebook


Archbishop Lyke School, Cleveland, OH. 195 likes · 13 were here. This is the official Facebook page for Archbishop James P. Lyke School, a Catholic...

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Atlanta`s Archbishop James Lyke - tribunedigital-chicagotribune


Dec 28, 1992 ... Archbishop James Lyke, the nation`s highest-ranking black Catholic clergyman, died Sunday morning at his home in Atlanta. He was 53.