Marian Year

...numerous events throughout this Holy Year. The year opened with a procession and Mass led by Archbishop John F. O’Hara at St. Peter the Apostle Church. O’Hara directed all new parishes founded during the year to be named after Mary. All told, ten new parishes would be founded and named

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Misericordia Hospital

...und on the hospital on October 24, 1915 and had a ceremony for the cornerstone on September 24, 1916.[5] Original designs for the hospital involved the main building as well as four diagonal wings to form a cross of Saint Andrew; however, only the main structure would be built.[6] Dedication

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Editorial Cartoons

...rtoonist for the Diocese of Cleveland’s Catholic Universe Bulletin and the National Catholic News Service. Wolf was the first cartoonist to be used weekly by The Catholic Standard and Times, with his cartoons running from 1953 to 1968. Robert F McGovern (1933-2011) Robert McGovern was an artist from Philadelphia, best

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Education

...he Irish driven by their Catholicism want to poison American liberty. Nast and other contemporary cartoonists often depicted the Irish with ape-like features to showcase the groups’ inferior and animalistic nature. Nast’s cartoons reveal deep-seated animosity towards the Catholic Church. Nast feared a takeover of the United States by the

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