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FLASCH, Kilian, R. C. bishop, born in Retzstadt, Bavaria, in 1831. He came with his parents to the United States in 1847, studied in the College of Notre Dame, Indiana, and afterward in the seminary of Milwaukee, began his theological studies in the Salesianum, Milwaukee, in 1856, and was ordained priest in 1859. He was assigned to missionary work at Laketown, where he remained until i860, when he was appointed professor in the Salesianum. He resigned in 1867, and took charge of an orphan asylum near Milwaukee. In 1879 he was appointed rector of the Salesianum, and in 1881 consecrated bishop of La Crosse.
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