2 edition of study of the movement for German national parishes in Philadelphia and Baltimore found in the catalog.
study of the movement for German national parishes in Philadelphia and Baltimore
Vincent John Fecher
Bibliography: p. [xxvii]-xxxi.
|Series||Analecta Gregoriana,, v. 77. Series Facultatis Historiae Ecclesiasticae, Sectio B, n.11, Analecta Gregoriana,v. 77|
|LC Classifications||BX1407.G4 F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||283|
|LC Control Number||56041045|
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Study of the movement for German national parishes in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Romae, Apud Aedes Universitatis Gregorianae, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vincent John Fecher. A study of the movement for German national parishes in Philadelphia and Baltimore,Romae, Apud Aedes Universitatis Gregorianae, German Beneficial Society of Homestead, Baltimore, Maryland.
Constitution and by-laws of the German Beneficial Society of Homestead, Baltimore, MD, Baltimore, Md.: Wm. Sweiger, A Study of the Movement for GERMAN NATIONAL PARISHES in PHILADELPHIA and BALTIMORE (). Analecta Gregoriana, Vol.
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Baltimore MD (Cathedral Hill) Religious: Redemptorists *: German parish, ; Lithuanian parish St. James the Less ()* Aisquith & Eager Streets. Baltimore MD. Religious: Redemptorists *: German parish after ; Sacramental Registers transferred to Archdiocesan Archives in A Study of the Movement for German National Parishes in Philadelphia and Baltimore ().
By V. Fecher, S.V.D. [Analecta Gregoriana, Vol. LXXVII]. (Rome: Gregorian University. xxxii. $) From some points of view this study, a dissertation written at the Gregorian University in Rome, may seem extremely limited.
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