Education

...my of the Public Schools. ‘That’s right: reduce them, and they will die out.'” Nast is commenting on an historic reduction in the salaries of New York public school teachers and blaming it on a Catholic conspiracy to take over the schools. “Romish Ingratitude,” July 13, 1872 Uncle Sam, holding

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Philadelphia’s First Bishop

...e practice of their Catholic Faith in the New World. Bishop Michael Egan, n.d. The colony of Pennsylvania, chartered in 1681 with William Penn as proprietor, offered the safety of religious tolerance, but 50 years passed before great numbers of Catholics settled in the colony. The English-born Jesuit, Reverend Joseph

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American Federation of Catholic Societies

...s of Pennsylvania, 07/1915, AC008A [14] Letter to Cardinal Dougherty from S.J. Sampson, 01/08/1923 80.3239 [15] Letter to S.J. Sampson from Cardinal Dougherty, 01/10/1923 80.3239 Archives Archives Select Month January 2023 December 2022 September 2022 August 2022 July 2022 May 2022 March 2022 February 2022 January 2022 November 2021 September

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National Council of Catholic Women

...ion. The National Council of Catholic Women. Mayflower Hotel, Washington, D.C. October 7, 1931 During Cardinal O’Hara’s time as archbishop, Philadelphia still remained separate from the NCCW; however, he was more receptive to the group and often wrote of his admiration for their work.[9] Indeed, under O’Hara local groups were

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