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July 30-august 52010 (1)
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1. Catholic Churches, Saint Monica's Catholic Church and School Catholic Churches, Saint Monica's Catholic Church and School ca1925 Corner, street level view identified on back of photograph as Saint Monica's Church and school, located at 17th and Lydia Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Also noted as African American in Olive Hoggins...

2. Finding Common Ground Finding Common Ground March 2001 Illustration and article about the communication and cooperation among institutions "of disparate religions" of Kansas City, including Christian, Jewish, Islamic or Muslim, and Hindu temples and churches....

3. KC Priests Continue Their Journeys KC Priests Continue Their Journeys June 29, 2005 Feature article reflects on the ministry of Rev. Phil Egan with St. Monica Catholic Church and Rev. Norman Rotert, minister of Visitation Church. Egan moves to another parish and Rotert retires.

4. Minister, Schaaf, Constantine Minister, Schaaf, Constantine ca1925 Portrait identified as the Rev. Constantine Schaaf, O.F.M., pastor of Saint Monica Church, an African American Catholic Church located at 1506 E. 17th Street. He is believed to have come around 1923.

5. St. Monica Catholic Church Prepares for Centennial Celebration St. Monica Catholic Church Prepares for Centennial Celebration July 30-August 5, 2010 Article about celebrations marking the founding on October 2, 1910, of St. Monica Catholic Church as a "mission church and school for the education in religion and secular knowleldge of Colored People."...