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Daniel Quilter Brown is an American Old Catholic bishop. He was a Roman Catholic layman who left the Catholic Church in the late 1960s because he was dissatisfied with the reforms of the Second Vatican Council. Brown was consecrated a bishop in 1969 by Hubert A. Rogers.
|Consecrated by:||Hubert A. Rogers|
|Date of consecration:||1969|
|Bishop||Date of consecration|
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