Catholic church buildings
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on buildings of the Catholic Church used for public worship. Works on buildings belonging to Catholic organizations and used for various purposes are entered under Catholic institutions--Buildings.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Bishop James A. Healy Papers
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This record group contains primary and secondary source materials created by and pertaining to Bishop James Augustine Healy. Box 1 contains materials relating to Healy's time at College of the Holy Cross, including his diary from his final year at the College, as well as the speech he gave as valedictorian of the first graduating class. Boxes 2 and 3 contain diaries and writings from domestic and international travel as both priest and bishop. Locations include: Smyrna, Europe, New Orleans,...
Found in: Archives / Bishop James A. Healy Papers
Cornelius Hanrahan Papers
Collection — Box SC076-HANR-001
Scope and Contents This collection relates to the history of the Catholic Church in the Rockland-Thomaston area of Maine. The letters are addressed to Cornelius Hanrahan, mostly from Catholic clergy from the 1840’s – 1870’s. Among the correspondents in the collection are Rev. John Bapst, S.J., Rev. Anthony Ciampi, president of Holy Cross and Bishop David W, Bacon, first Bishop of Portland, Maine. The topics of the letters concern the early Jesuit presence in New England and the running of the Church founded...
Found in: Distinctive Collections / Cornelius Hanrahan Papers