This is a photograph of "Reading left to right: Father Marcus Tsang, Father Mark Tennien's assistant who under the Communism has been condemned to life imprisonment in a slave labor camp; Bishop Frederick Donaghy of Fall River, Mass., one of the last to leave China since the Communists have taken over; Father Benedict Tsai, under formal arrest in China; and Father George Gilligan of Brooklyn, who after a public trial in China returned to the United States."; Born in Massachusetts, Bp. Donaghy came to Maryknoll in 1925 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1929. His first mission was to Kaying in 1929. His first yers were spent in Chongpu mission where he became proficient in the Kakka dialect. He also taught in the minor seminary. He was assigned to Tsungow and remained there for seven years. In 1935 he was appointed Vicar Delegate of Kaying. He was then appointed Vicar Apostolic of Wuchow and was consecrated a Bishop on September 21, 1939. During World War II he remained in Wuchow with his priests and performed relief work for the people. The Communists moved into Wuchow in 1949 and he was imprisoned for six months and then confined to house arrest in Wuchow. He was eventually expelled in 1955. -- Rev. Gilligan was born in New York City. He entered The Venard, Maryknoll's Apostolic College in 1923 and was ordained to the priesthood in 1930 and assigned to Wuchow, South China, and working in seminaries there and in Kongmoon. After home leave in 1941 he served as a U.S. Army chaplain in the European theater until 1946. He returned to Wuchow in 1947. In 1950 he was arrested and imprisoned in solitary confinement until his expulsion from China in 1951. He was then assigned to Hong Kong where he helped to build the Servicemens' Guides Center. After returning to the U.S. in 1958 he worked in various chaplaincies until his retirement.