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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for Letter to Terence V. Powderly from Archbishop James Cardinal Gibbons, September 21, 1887 . This item is a part of the Forging Bonds of Sympathy: The Catholic Church and the…

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Rerum Novarum, 1891

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Cardinal Gibbons' success in defending the Knights of Labor from condemnation had repercussions for the working class for years to come. The controversy over the Knights served as part of the impetus behind one of the most influential social…

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For more information on this particular item, visit the document page for Letter from Giovanni Simeoni to James Gibbons, August 29, 1888 .Click here for translation of decision: Translation courtesy of Nick TussingThis item is a part of the Forging…

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Joseph Moran Corrigan (1879-1942) was a native of Philadelphia who was ordained to the priesthood in Rome in 1903. In addition to his parish work, Corrigan was named Diocesan Director of Catholic Charities and was placed in charge of the Catholic…

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John Mark Gannon (1877-1968) was a native of Erie who was ordained to the priesthood in 1901. In 1903, after earning Doctor of Divinity and Doctor of Canon Law degrees in Rome, he returned to the Diocese of Erie, where he served as a pastor and as…

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Peter L. Ireton (1882-1958) was born in Baltimore, the son of Irish immigrants. He was ordained to the priesthood by James Cardinal Gibbons in 1906, and served as curate of St. Gregory's Church in Baltimore until 1926, when he became pastor of St.…

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John Joseph Mitty (1884-1961) was born in New York City and was ordained to the priesthood in 1906. After earning a doctorate in theology in Rome in 1908, he returned to New York where he served as professor of dogmatic theology at St. Joseph's…

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Father Maurice S. Sheehy (1898-1972) joined the faculty of The Catholic University of America in 1927 as Assistant Professor of Religious Education. He was an adept organizer who managed the university radio station and who maintained extensive…

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Alfred E. Smith (1873-1944) was a Catholic and a three-term governor of New York (from 1919-1921, and 1923-1929) who ran for U.S. president on the Democratic ticket in 1928. His candidacy inspired vehement anti-Catholic reactions from some factions…

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