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Historical monographs, lectures, and notes from the P.I.O., 1961 - 1977


Scope and Contents

From the Series:

Series III, the Society of Jesus, contains Fr. Long's files pertaining to his formation and career as a Jesuit in the New York and Maryland Provinces, and his work beyond the SPCU in administering and teaching at Jesuit institutions such as the John XXIII Ecumenical Center and the Pontificio Collegio Russico, commonly known as Russicum. The series contains records of the meetings of Jesuit ecumenists in North America and internationally, monographs and letters written by Jesuits, and letters and documents of Father Andrew Rogosh, who established St. Michael's Russian Catholic Chapel in Manhattan between 1936 and his death in 1969, which was, for the following decade, served by Byzantine Rite Jesuits from the John XXIII Center.


  • 1961 - 1977

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From the Series: 3.34 Linear Feet (8 containers)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Woodstock Theological Center Library Archives Repository

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