The Church and Labor

...tates. Archbishop Patrick Ryan was active in labor relations, working on a number of occasions as a mediator between management and labor unions to bring about peace resolutions. In a 1953 Labor Day speech, John Cardinal O’Hara rejoiced in the work that had been done to restore the dignity of

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The Centennial Fountain

...working in Germany, it did not reach Philadelphia until June. There were a number of reasons for the delays including payment debates between the CTAU and Kirn as well as problems with the marble that Kirn received.[11] Due to these delays, when the CTAU had the official dedication and celebration

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Patrick Coad, patentee of the galvanic battery, and interesting miscellaneous items

...two items that I felt warranted some attention: 1. A document listing the number of those in the city who died during the Yellow Fever epidemic in (possibly?) August and September 1798. The deaths are broken down by religion, church, and section of the city. (These obviously are in need

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Newman Centers

...Newman Centers are an integral part of the Catholic Church’s role in the continuing presence and education of students who attend non-Catholic colleges. Through such centers, Catholics can deepen their faith under the ideals of St. John Newman. [1] Newman Club, 1, MC78_80.6571 [2] Newman Club, Federation of College Catholic

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