He was born on 4 February 1907 into an ecclesiastical family in Emporia, Kansas on February 4, 1907 and educated at the University of Kansas. After his ordination in 1932 he worked with disadvantaged boys at a mission in western Kansas.
In 1945 he founded the St. Francis Boys Home at Ellsworth in the center of the state, a position he held until his elevation to the Episcopate. A supporter of the Confraternity of the Blessed Sacrament in the USA, he died on 17 August 2000 and is buried in Ellis County, Kansas.
- Ecclesiastical News Bishop Of Damaraland Nominated The Times Tuesday, Aug 16, 1960; pg. 10; Issue 54851; col D
- A Bishop Expelled The Times Tuesday, May 21, 1968; pg. 9; Issue 57256; col E
- His father Robert H. Mize was Bishop of Western Kansas from 1921 to 1938.
- Time Magazine
- 1935 Edition Yearbook of American Churches
- Prairie Spirit, Diocese of Western Kansas
- ”Father Bob and his boys” Neal, E.G:, Indianapolis,Bobbs-Merrill, 1963
- Project Canterbury
- St Andrew’s cemetery, Buckey NW Township, Ellis Co, KS
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