Forgotten Catholic Authors of the 19th Century: L.W. Reilly


AUTHENTIC SKETCHES OF LIVING CATHOLIC AUTHORS One of the most prolific of Catholic American writers is Mr. L.W. Reilly, who for twenty years has been a regular contributor to newspapers and magazines. He was born in New York  City in December, 1853, and was baptized in St. Peter’s Church, in Barclay Street. He was educated [Read More...]

Father George Deshon, C.S.P. (1823-1904)


FATHER DESHON AT REST. Last Rites Over Remains of Paulist Founder. Archbishops Farley and Ryan and Many Priests Participate. Body in State Viewed by 20,000. The New York Times, January 3, 1904 The body of Father George Deshon, the last of the five founders of the Paulist Order, and for the last six years its [Read More...]