Brown, Raymond

Brown, Raymond (Edward)

(1928–  ) Catholic theologian; born in New York City. A Sulpician priest with doctorates from St. Mary's Seminary (Baltimore, Md.) and Johns Hopkins University, he taught at St. Mary's (through 1971) and then at Union Theological Seminary (New York City), becoming an outstanding biblical scholar. He was president of the Catholic Biblical Association (1971–72) and served on the Vatican Secretariat for Christian Unity (1968–73).
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NORTH CAROLINA--Betty Brown, Raymond Clark, Felecia Copeland, William Flint, Joseph Jefferson, Paul Laird, Amy Little, Victoria Louder, Dwayne Mackey, Mae McLendon, NaKia Palmer, Jeffery Thomas, Lisa Torres
Over the years they have welcomed such international names as The Bellamy Broth-ersHeather Miles, Gretchen Peters and Chip Taylor, plus home grown stars like Charlie Landsborough, Joe Brown, Raymond Froggatt and Mary Duff.