Liturgical Week

...857_009 Halvey_P857_008   Keeping the Changes Going Archbishop Krol would continue the themes of change shown during the Liturgical Week in implementing further changes to the Mass. He would celebrate the first Solemn Mass in English in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul on November 29, 1964, the first

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Citation Information

...ections: [Indicate cited item or series here], Collection Name, Collection number, Catholic Historical Research Center of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. Photographs: In general, only photographs from the Robert Halvey Collection are to be published with written permission from CHRC. These photographs are to be captioned: Courtesy of the

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Pope

...us leaders). “I Would Be Anything to be President,” November 2, 1872 Nast contrasts Henry Clay with presidential candidate and founder of the New-York Tribune Horace Greeley. Greeley was the nominee for both Liberal Republican and the Democratic Parties for the 1872 election. As a major supporter of President Grant,

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Drexel Beatification

...eliminating the Promotor of the Faith (Devil’s Advocate) and reducing the number of miracles required for canonization from three to two. The first step in the process was to examine all of Katharine Drexel’s writings and interview as many people who knew her as possible. On January 26, 1987, she

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