Pope

...o keep its members in power. Due to its ties to the Irish Catholics and corruption under leader William Tweed, Nast believed Tammany was rotten to the core. “Tied to His Mother’s Apron-Strings,” October 12, 1872 Here Uncle Sam offers to free an American bishop from the pope’s plans to

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Catholic University of America records, 1947-1955 (MC 35)

...The majority of the collection is minutes as well as reports of the minutes of Board of Trustee meetings, financial committee materials, and materials concerning the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. 2 boxes, 0.8 linear ft....

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John W. Keogh papers, 1906-1960 (MC 50)

...nia’s Newman Club (1913-1938), and was the first “Chaplain General” of the national Federation of College Catholic Clubs (1917-1938). He also served as a chaplain for several Catholic organizations and institutions including the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Ladies Auxiliary of that association, and St. Bede’s Chapel. Keogh was also

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An “Un-American Invention”?: Catholics and the Issue of Prohibition

...r 5, 1933 with the ratification of the 21st Amendment. [1] Michael deHaven Newsom, “Some Kind of Religious Freedom: National Prohibition and the Volstead Act’s Exemption for The Religious Use of Wine,” Brooklyn Law Review, vol. 70, issue 3, 2005, 746. [2] John A Ryan, Prohibition: Yes or No, (New

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