“Address at the Dedication of the New School at St. Edmund's Parish in Oak Park, Illinois, October 17th, 1917”

George Mundelein. From Two Crowded Years: Being Selected Addresses, Pastorals, and Letters Issued During the First Twenty-Four Months of the Episcopate of the Most Rev. George William Mundelein, D.D., as Archbishop of Chicago., 1917.

Image of Address at the Dedication of the New School at St. Edmund's Parish in Oak Park, Illinois, October 17th, 1917

Cardinal George Mundelein was one the most active bishops in the history of the Archdiocese of Chicago, overseeing the church’s rapid expansion. His address here on the opening of a new parish school.

Image of Address at the Dedication of the New School at St. Edmund's Parish in Oak Park, Illinois, October 17th, 1917
Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Address at the Dedication of the New School at St. Edmund's Parish in Oak Park, Illinois, October 17th, 1917
Short Title Dedication of the New School, 1917
Book Title Two Crowded Years: Being Selected Addresses, Pastorals, and Letters Issued During the First Twenty-Four Months of the Episcopate of the Most Rev. George William Mundelein, D.D., as Archbishop of Chicago.
Place of Publication Chicago
Publisher Extension Press
Creator George Mundelein
Publication Date 1917
Pages pp. 72-74
Call Number D 409.603
Location General Collections 2nd Floor