41st International Eucharistic Congress

...Women and the Eucharist, although both were at first reluctant to speak because of their dislike of public speaking.[6] St. Teresa spoke of how we do not know or see the poor, whether it be in the streets of Calcutta or in our own homes, and that to address it

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Catholic Interracial Council

...growing interest in cooperation between white and black Catholics to work against prejudice and towards interracial justice. This led to the creation of the Catholic Interracial Council of New York in 1934 by Father John LaFarge, S.J.[1] LaFarge hoped that local chapters would be opened across the country to meet

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The Bishop’s Bank

...ney owed he wrote, "With depositors never contend on small matters; if you cannot mildly convince them, pay; it is better to lose a few dollars, than to send abroad a discontented trumpet!" Bishop's Bank Rules, 1848 Regarding investments Frenaye was adamant. The rules state, "Bear in mind that investments

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Building of the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul

...the pro-cathedral while Kenrick explored options for the building of a separate cathedral for the Diocese. Eight years later on June 29, 1846, Bishop Kenrick announced plans to start building a new cathedral on the parkway.[3] This was a bold plan from Kenrick, since only two years earlier St. Augustine

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