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Abstract The Father Alfred Boeddeker collection contains stories on Marian apparitions and devotions, brochures, prayers, sheet music, newspaper clippings, ephemera, and materials for a course in Mariology. Father Boeddeker was a Franciscan priest based in California. He was the founder of the St. Anthony Dining Room in San Francisco, and is known for his humanitarian work as well as his participation in a number of Marian organizations.
Abstract This collection contains a series of lectures on Mariology given by Fr. Bertrand E. Clemens, S.M., in 1982. The lectures, on 13 audio cassettes, cover topics including Mary's Virginity, Cana, Calvary, Discipleship, Mary's Humanness, and the Magnificat, among others.
Abstract: Collection of research material and correspondence of Father Edward O’Connor of the University of Notre Dame.
Abstract: Personal clipping collection of Father Jerome Mersberger, the priest who served as pastor of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Green Scapular in Palmyra, Wisconsin, as well as a small collection of personal papers, including homilies, notes, and correspondence.
Overview This collection is of rosaries that were donated to Father John T. Arsenault, priest for the Diocese of Portland, Maine.
Abstract This collection contains original and reproduced correspondence, drafts, minutes, and other papers related to the composition of the 1973 pastoral letter Behold Your Mother: Woman of Faith published by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops. These papers were collected by Father John T. Myler during his dissertation research. The collection also includes an oral history with Father Eamon Carroll, O.Carm., conducted by Father Myler.
Abstract This collection documents the history and activities of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Green Scapular and the Green Scapular travel club based in Palmyra, Wisconsin. The collection also contains the early personal papers of Father Jerome Mersberger, pastor at the shrine and organizer of the travel club.
Overview This collection contains the course materials, lectures, manuscripts, and published articles of French theologian, Father René Laurentin. Documents in the collection date from 1948 through 2003 and cover Catholic theology and Mariology. Course materials in the collection were developed primarily for the Marian summer institutes and International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton from circa 1966 through 2003. Course materials in English were translated from the French by...
Abstract This collection contains materials collected by Fr. Robert E. Hughes, S.M., regarding his research on Marian apparitions and mystics. The collection includes newsletters, correspondence, articles, and ephemera relating to reported Marian apparitions, mystics, or visionaries. The collection primarily covers apparitions in the United States and includes some materials that are international in scope. One series in the collection is related to Medjugorje and includes materials from the Medjugorje...
Overview This collection contains five Marian activity program booklets created by the Franciscans (Order of Friars Minor). The programs were organized by scholastic units of the Province of the Immaculate Conception (New York, N.Y.) from 1959-1964. The booklets outline day or evening programs during each liturgical year and include brief talks or papers given during the programs. Programs were primarily held at Franciscan seminaries in the Northeast region of the United States, but also included some...
Abstract This collection contains by-laws, meeting minutes, reports, papers, and ephemera which document the history and activities of the Franciscan National Marian Commission, an organized movement within the Order of Friars Minor. The organization’s purpose was to promote Marian congresses, institutes, studies, and centers, and to sponsor the publication of The Marian Era from 1960-1976.
Abstract: Materials related to the history and present activities of the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement.
Abstract: A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by Fratelli Bonella, an Italian publisher of religious images.
Overview This album contains photographs taken in France, circa 1880. It is most likely a travel album created by an (unknown) individual or family. The album documents Catholic sites and other points of interest in France including photographs of churches, buildings, parks, individuals, and monuments. Locations documented in this album include Lourdes, Betharam, Bagnères de Bigorre, Vallée d'Argelès, Gavarnie, Bayonne, Biarritz, Pontarabie, Arcachon, Bordeaux, Tours, Amboise, Blois, Chambort, Orléans,...
- Catholic Church -- Prayers and devotions 15
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Art 15
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Devotion to 13
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Pictorial works 10
- College teachers -- Ohio -- Dayton 9
- Faculty papers 8
- Jesus Christ -- Art 8
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty 8
- University of Dayton -- Faculty 8
- Devotional objects -- Catholic Church 7
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Theology 7
- Music 7
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Shrines 6
- Devotional literature 5
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Prayers and devotions 5
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Societies, etc. 5
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Study and teaching 5
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint -- Titles 5
- Postcards 5
- Printed ephemera 5 ∧ less
- Marian Library 22
- University of Dayton 4
- University of Dayton. Department of Music 4
- Carroll, Eamon R. 3
- Laurentin, René 3
- Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo, 354-430 2
- Benedum, Richard 2
- Bernardin, Joseph, 1928-1996 2
- Boeddeker, Alfred, 1903- 2
- Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue (organization) 2
- Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra 2
- Francis, of Assisi, Saint, 1182-1226 2
- Franciscan National Marian Commission 2
- Franciscans 2
- Jelly, Fredrick M. 2
- Kenley Players 2
- Liguori, Alfonso Maria de', Saint, 1696-1787 2
- Marianists 2
- Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint 2
- Mersberger, Jerome 2 ∧ less