Elizabeth Sarah Kite and the Seminaries of France

...uçon relayed. With sincere regard, Faithfully in J.C., H. J. Heuser [?] 8th 1921." In 1921, Kite’s article was published in The American Ecclesiastical Review (see our online catalog for our collection of The American Ecclesiastical Review here) and entreated Americans of any faith to come to the aid of

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American Federation of Catholic Societies

...swered.[2] Two national conferences were held in New York and New Jersey in 1900 and 1901 to lay the groundwork for the new organization. It was at these sessions that the name, The American Federation of Catholic Societies (AFCS), was decided on as well as the new group’s constitution.[3] A

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The American Catholic Historical Researches Vol. 15 papers, ca. 1810-1898 (MC 56)

...uses on his altruism after his religious conversion. The collection was most likely used for the publication of the Toothless Priest, Rev. Samuel Sutherland Cooper, The Founder of Mother Seton’s Institution published in the 1898 American Catholic Historical Researches Volume 15. Materials in this collection comprise of newsclippings, correspondence, a

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World War One Army Chaplains

...,’ Father Wolfe Writes from Trenches” Catholic Standard and Times, November 16, 1918. [8] “Father Wolfe is Lauded for Bravery Under Fire,” Catholic Standard and Times, September 28, 1918. [9] Gibbons, Chris, “A Phila. Chaplain’s Heroic WWI Acts,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, January 1, 2017, http://www2.philly.com/philly/opinion/20170101_A_Phila__chaplain_s_heroic_WWI_acts.html. [10] “Funeral,” CST, July 8,

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