The Beginnings of Catholicity in Kansas City, Kansas

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Berger, Wilhelmina
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1934
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Catholicism , Kansas--History , United States--History
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The historian who attempts to record the past century of Catholicity in Kansas City, Kansas will find his sources varied and scattered. The period from 1863 to 1903 has been sketched by Monsignor Kuhls in his pamphlet, "Reminiscences of Forty Years", written in 1903. Additional facts are contained, not in Church histories, but in state, county and city records and in the memory of living witnesses. Old newspapers, too, both secular and religious and parish archives contain, here and there, valuable bits of information. They are here gathered together that they may be preserved for the future pen that will embody them in a volume sufficiently extensive to show them in their proper perspective and give merited importance to those two men of heroic mold around whom the events of the past century revolve, Monsignor Anton J. Kuhls and Monsignor Martin D. Krmpotic.
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