|Date of Birth||May 9, 1882|
|Place of Birth||Maryland|
Edward Mooney was born on May 9, 1882 in Maryland. He died on Oct 25, 1958 (age 76). An American who rose through the ranks of the Roman Catholic Church and was eventually made cardinal. He was the archbishop of Detroit from 1937 to 1958.
When he was five years old, his family uprooted and moved from Maryland to Ohio. Between the years 1931 and 1933, he represented the Church in Japan as its Apostolic Delegate. In Youngstown, Ohio, his mother owned and maintained a home-style bakery.
Edward Mooney’s house is a small, one-story house located in a quiet neighborhood. The house is well-kept and tidy, with a small front porch and a small backyard. Inside, the house is modestly furnished and decorated, with a few family photographs and knick-knacks. The house is cozy and comfortable, and it is clear that the Mooneys take pride in their home.