Religious Leader Richard John Neuhaus decimal birthdays

Richard John Neuhaus

Richard John Neuhaus birthday 14 May 1936 14 May 1936
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Richard John Neuhaus, Religious Leader, Canada

Before glory

After earning his Master's of Divinity from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri, he became an ordained Lutheran pastor. In 1990, he shifted his religious allegiance to the Roman Catholic Church and quickly rose through the organization's ranks.

About Richard John Neuhaus

Remembered for publications such as Catholic Matters and The Catholic Moment, Neuhaus is also known for establishing a religious magazine titled First Things. He served as a New York City-based Roman Catholic priest; founded the Center for Religion and Society; and helped establish the Institute on Religion and Democracy.

Family Life

He and his seven siblings grew up in Pembroke, Ontario, as the children of a Lutheran minister.

Friends and colleagues

He provided televised commentary during the 2005 memorial service for Pope John Paul II.

Fast facts

He was an outspoken advocate of the pro-life position on abortion.

 
Date Your age
14 December 2022 759,000 hours
14 January 2023 1,040 months
24 January 2023 760,000 hours
24 January 2023 45,600,000 minutes
27 February 2023 31,700 days
7 March 2023 761,000 hours
11 March 2023 2,740,000,000 seconds
4 April 2023 45,700,000 minutes
18 April 2023 762,000 hours
14 May 2023 87 years
29 May 2023 763,000 hours
7 June 2023 31,800 days
12 June 2023 45,800,000 minutes
5 July 2023 2,750,000,000 seconds
10 July 2023 764,000 hours
21 August 2023 765,000 hours
21 August 2023 45,900,000 minutes
15 September 2023 31,900 days
1 October 2023 766,000 hours
29 October 2023 46,000,000 minutes
29 October 2023 2,760,000,000 seconds
12 November 2023 767,000 hours
14 November 2023 1,050 months
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