Archbishop Michael Augustine Corrigan (August 13, 1839 - May 5, 1902) was the sixth bishop (third archbishop) of the Roman Catholic diocese of New York. He was ordained a priest on September 19, 1863, and appointed Bishop of Newark, New Jersey on February 14, 1873, being ordained on May 4, 1873. He was appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of New York on October 1, 1880, with the titular see of Petra, and succeeded to the archbishopric on October 10, 1885, serving as archbishop until his death. He is interred in the crypt under the altar of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
see List of Roman Catholic Bishops and Archbishops of New York