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The Development and Curricular Organization of Nebraska Schools Conducted by the Benedictine Sisters of Mount St. Scholastica, Atchison, Kansas
(Creighton University, 1949)
Montecassino lifting itself from the ruins and rubble of World War II is symbolic of the Benedictine spirit that has come down through fourteen centuries and that shall continue to function in the great work of the Church ...
The Beginnings of Catholicity in Kansas City, Kansas
(Creighton University, 1934)
The historian who attempts to record the past century of Catholicity in Kansas City, Kansas will find his sources varied and scattered. The period from 1863 to 1903 has been sketched by Monsignor Kuhls in his pamphlet, ...
Catholicity in Wichita as Manifested Through the Growth and Development of Her Institutions
(Creighton University, 1935)
The greatest successes in life are not of the material or intellectual world as such, hut of the Kingdom of God. In these pages, I wish to call attention to the progress made by the Catholic Church from its introduction ...
Kansas History as Seen in the Works of Margaret Hill McCarter
(Creighton University, 1937)
The undaunted initiative, the patient endurance, the great intelligence, and the exalted genius of the pioneers and founders of the state, have resulted in a high order of Kansas society. Prom the very first, even with ...
The History of the Religious Vacation Schools in the Leavenworth Diocese 1929-1945
(Creighton University, 1948)
The month of June, 1945 marked the twenty- fifth anniversary of an event which has had a profound and widespread effect on the Catholic life of this country. This event was the inauguration of the first organized Religious ...
Health Programs in Four Large Public School Systems
(Creighton University, 1955)
Most schools have health programs and policies. Written or unwritten, consistent or inconsistent, these policies and programs affect the present and future welfare of all school personnel, as well as students, and the ...