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...uage of correspondence used by clergy during this time period. Born in Dublin in December of 1797, Kenrick first came to America after completing his clerical studies in Rome in 1821 and served as a professor of theology and history in Kentucky for the next nine years. The early years

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Research Request Forms

...y the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament. Please contact CHRC staff for more information. CHRC does not hold the following records: death, burial, funeral, confirmation, and communion. There are two exceptions. CHRC does have some death records for Old St. Mary and Holy Trinity. Complete the records request form and

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Centenarian Priest Speaks of Bells and Prayer – Oral History Interview

...below. http://www.pahrc.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/Monaghan-edited-online-clip.wav And I remember going into the church and being there for the whole Mass. Now she had to carry my brother in her arms and my sister just about walking, and I was about 4 years old. 4-1/2, 4 years, and I remember seeing a priest, and I

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Roman Catholic and Archdiocese High Schools

...o that by the turn of the century they needed entrance exams to select the incoming students.[6] Roman Catholic football team 1924 As the school expanded academically, it also started to branch out into athletics and other extracurricular activities. The first recorded interscholastic game occurred in March of 1893, with

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