Polish Roman Catholic

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  • His family was Polish Roman Catholic, and his father was a coal miner.
  • The old Polish Roman Catholic church is in delipidated condition.
  • For much of the 20th century, it was locked in battle with the rival organization Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.
  • Polish Roman Catholic clergy likewise supported the erection of a monument.
  • In 2004 she founded a Pipe organ in the Polish Roman-Catholic church pw.
  • Sr. Jeannine was born to a Polish Roman Catholic family in Philadelphia, and attended Catholic grade and high schools.
  • In the mid-1970s, Zaborowski declared that the churches in his jurisdiction would be obliged to follow the religious traditions of the Polish Roman Catholic church.
  • Two Polish Roman Catholic parishes, Saint Adalbert's and Saint Michael's, were founded in the late nineteenth century.
  • When Poles moved from the west side neighborhood, many of the Polish Roman Catholic parishes were closed, and the DOm Polski changed hands.
  • When she agreed, she was sent in June 1892 to the Polish Roman Catholic Felician Sisters to experience the life of community which followed an active consecrated life.
  • Renata Kijowska wrote in Tygodnik Powszechny, a Polish Roman Catholic weekly magazine, focusing on social and cultural issues.
  • Before the First World War, the PNA often found itself at odds with the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America, a fraternal organization founded in 1873.
  • Polish Roman Catholic priests, led by their Latin bishops, began missionary work among Greek Catholics; and administrative restrictions were placed on the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church.
  • Proponents counter that these symbols and rituals, influenced long ago by their Polish Roman Catholic neighbors, have been practiced by Ukrainian Greek Catholics for centuries.
  • Chicago's Polish-American leaders thought Never Come Morning played on these anti-Polish stereotypes, and launched a sustained campaign against the book through the Polish press, the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America, and other Polish-American institutions.
  • Though Wiarus may have changed its affiliation back and forth between the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America and the Polish National Alliance, the force of his impassioned rhetoric never faltered.
  • Father Grondziel of the new Polish Roman Catholic Church, next to the Dominion Food Store, had just stepped into the washroom when one of the tornadoes passed by and took off the roof of the church and everything in the room he had just been in.
  • Rearing themselves aloft like the organ pipes in my favourite Polish-Roman Catholic church, the steeples of the town had their crosses dimly sparkling as though the latter had been stars imprisoned in a murky sky. Cited from Through Russia, by Maxim Gorky
  • He was a major organizer of the St. Stanislaw Church, and worked as president of the Polish Roman Catholic Union, in order to regain the Poles' loyalty to the Roman Catholic church.
  • Among the best known Polish American museums are the Polish Museum of America in Chicago's old Polish Downtown; founded in 1935, the largest ethnic museum in the U.S. sponsored by the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.
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