Lithuanian immigrants and their Irish bishops in the Catholic Church of Connecticut, 1893-1915

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StatementWilliam Wolkovich-Valkavicius.
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CATHOLIC DIRECTORIES; UNPUBLISHED MATERIALS; Related Content; Citing Literature; Center for Migration Studies special issues. Explore this journal > Explore this journal > Volume 5, Issue 5 September Page Previous article in issue: Appendix C.

Valkavicius, William Wolkovich LITHUANIAN IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR IRISH BISHOPS IN. - THE CATHOLIC CHURCH OF CONNECTICUT REPRINT FROM "THE OTHER CATHOLICS". - New York: Arno Press.

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- 55 p. - -VA Two manuscript volumes representing the records of parishioners of the Church of San Bartolomeo in Apice, by Domen-Antonio Mazzucchi, Rectors and others. (Mss ). The Domesday Book ().

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He was the organizer of a national Eucharistic movement and became the first president (–) and protector (–) of the Priests’ Eucharistic League; he was also founder and editor (–) of the league’s journal, Emmanuel; and president of the first five Eucharistic Congresses in .