Cardinal Dougherty and His Golden Jubilee

...te was laid out, with multiple parish groups starting on East-West streets and converging on Broad Street where they would then march to the stadium in South Philadelphia.[12]As the day approached, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that 100,000 were expected to attend the Mass and many dignitaries would be there including

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Newman Centers

.... At that time, Father John Keough was appointed chaplain of the organization and helped grow the group.[3] St. Bede's Chapel 1917 Father Keough’s first mission was to set up a place for the students to worship and meet. A house was purchased and named St. Bede Chapel. In 1917,

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In Her Own Right: Jane and Marianne Campbell

...monthly publication. Woman's Progress in Literature, Science, Art, Education and Politics, Vol 3 No. 1, Apr. 1894, https://omeka.chrc-phila.org/items/show/8135 Women’s Progress featured a wide range of topics, from suffrage movements around the country to publishing poetry and stories. The journal began each issue by highlighting the work of a woman activist,

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Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church

...y using the St. Benedict's Hall at 15th and Race for catechetical instruction and youth programs. The story behind the building of a strong and vibrant Chinese Catholic community began in 1939 when Archbishop Paul Yu Pin of China visited Philadelphia.[1] He stayed at St. John’s Rectory, just south of

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