By S. Evette Gardner
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The brigade in question was ever after known as the Irish Brigade, and was commanded by Gen. Thomas Francis Meagher. The six regiments composing this brigade had five Catholic priests as chaplains. Rev. James Dillon, C. S. , chaplain of the Sixty-third; Rev. Thomas Ouellet, S. , chaplain of the new Sixty-ninth, and the writer, chaplain of the Eighty-eighth. Rev. Father McKee, chaplain of the One Hundred and Sixteenth Pennsylvania, soon fell sick and resigned; he was replaced by Rev. Father McCullum.
29 The Irish Brigade fought valiantly in some of the most celebrated battles of the Civil War, but Corby's Memoirs of Chaplain Life is not primarily an account of battles and skirmishes. Nor is it merely a religious tract. It is a very human account of life in a Civil War army. Though Corby certainly saw the war through the eyes of a chaplain and wrote his memoirs explicitly to show the religious feature that existed in the army, few aspects of the soldier's life, tragic or comic, escaped his notice.
For four years he obtained valuable experience in the business world, but his father sensed that he was cut out for some higher calling. 6 The school had been founded only ten years earlier by the Congregation of Holy Cross, a religious community first organized in Le Mans, France by a group of priests led by the Abbé Moreau. Dedicated primarily to bringing salvation to the outlying towns of the diocese of Le Mans, this small community soon threw its influence across the Atlantic when one of its members, Father Edward Sorin, was sent to the wilds of Indiana at the request of a local bishop.