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May 26, 2014
Cardinal Gibbons Preaches at Funeral Mass of General Philip H. Sheridan, August 1888
Cardinal James Gibbons’ Sermon at the Funeral Mass of General Philip Sheridan, August 11, 1888,...
May 26, 2014
Military Mass During the Civil War, 1864
FATHER CORBY’S DESCRIPTION OF A MILITARY MASS On or about the 4th day of September,...
May 25, 2014
Catholic Poetry: “You Silent Dead,” In Honor of the Civil War Veterans
"YOU SILENT DEAD" By Sister Ignatius Summer, R.S.M. The silent dead! The silent dead! I've...
November 20, 2013
Holy Cross College Alumnus Becomes Confederate General, 1863
The College of the Holy Cross was founded in 1843 by Father Benedict Joseph Fenwick,...
November 18, 2013
“The Church Would Look Foolish Without Them”: Thomas F. O’Rorke, Bronx, New York
THOS. F. O’RORKE, of 692 Union Avenue, the Bronx, is one of the solid men...
November 10, 2013
George Hasenour (1841-1915): Soldier, Teacher, Entrepeneur
A Civil War Veteran: George Hasenour , Celestine, Indiana George Hasenour, a gallant ex-soldier...
November 10, 2013
A Sermon on Catholic Patriotism at St. Francis Xavier Church, Manhattan, May 1894
OBJECT LESSON FOR BIGOTS. CATHOLIC AND PROTESTANT IN THE MEMORIAL PARADE. Both Fought Bravely for...
August 16, 2013
Protestant Minister Pays Tribute to Catholic Nun Nurses in the Civil War
Catholic Sisters. A Minister’s Tribute to Their Work in the Civil War. As chaplain of...
July 03, 2013
Colonel Patrick H. O’Rorke (1837-1863), Hero of Gettysburg
Soldier, b. in County Cavan, Ireland, 25 March, 1837; killed at the battle of Gettysburg,...
June 01, 2013
General James Shields: Immigrant, Soldier, Senator from Three States
Military officer, b. in Dungannon County Tyrone, Ireland, 12 Dec., 1810; d. at Ottumwa, Iowa,...
May 31, 2013
James Ryder Randall and the Music of the Civil War
Journalist and poet, b. 1 Jan., 1839, at Baltimore, Maryland; d. 15 Jan., 1908 at...
May 30, 2013
Charles Ewing (1835-1883): Civil War General, Knight of St. Gregory
Charles Ewing, b. at Lancaster, 6 March, 1835; d. at Washington, 20 June, 1883. Commencing...
May 29, 2013
The Poet of the Confederacy: Father Abram J. Ryan (1839-1886)
The poet-priest of the South, born at Norfolk, Virginia, 15 August, 1839; died at Louisville,...
May 28, 2013
The Convert Brothers: General and Bishop Rosecrans
Born at Kingston, Ohio, 6 Sept., 1819; died near Redondo, California 11 March, 1898. The...
May 27, 2013
James Longstreet (1821-1904): Confederate General, Catholic Convert
Soldier and Catholic convert. Born 8 January, 1821, at Edgefield, South Carolina, U.S.A.; died at...
May 26, 2013
Funeral Sermon for Civil War Nurse, 1897
Born Mary Agnes Grace in 1812, Sister Mary Gonzaga, S.C., was in charge of the...
May 25, 2013
Major Henry F. Brownson (1835-1913): Holy Cross Alumnus, Civil War Veteran, Lay Leader
Henry Francis Brownson was born at Canton, Mass., August 7 1835. His father was the...
February 18, 2013
Did the Jesuits Assassinate Lincoln?
According to this anti-Catholic pamphlet issued in the 1920's, they did. In the years following...
January 18, 2013
Civil War Chaplain Becomes Bishop: Bishop Lawrence S. McMahon, Hartford, CT (1835-1893)
RIGHT REV. LAWRENCE S. McMAHON, Fifth Bishop of Hartford. Lawrence S. Mcmahon was born in...
December 22, 2012
“How the Young Colonel Died”
HOW THE YOUNG COLONEL DIED By David Gray You want to hear me tell you...
December 20, 2012
Monsignor Bernard O’Reilly (1820-1907)
Historian, b. 20 Sept., 1820, in County Mayo, Ireland; d. in New York, U.S.A. 26...
December 16, 2012
Funeral Mass for President Lincoln, Brooklyn, April 1865
THE PRESIDENT'S MURDER— UNIVERSAL GRIEF OF THE PEOPLE— MOURNING THROUGHOUT THE CITY— THE DAY IN...
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