Joseph Selinger Papers
Scope and Content
Chiefly correspondence, including letters written by Selinger during his years as a student at the North American College in Rome and as a teacher at St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee to Rev. Anton Pauk of St. Louis; letters from H.J. Heuser, O.J.S. Hoog, and Bede Maler, OSB, some of them concerning Selinger's views on agnosticism; letters from rectors of the Catholic University of America John J. Keane, D.J. O'Connell, and Thomas J. Conaty; and letters from M. Cardinal Faulhaber, A. Cardinal Bertram, and many other German-speaking European bishops concerning Mass stipends and contributions towards the rebuilding of Europe after World War I collected from German Americans by the Catholic Central Verein and sent by Selinger to Europe.
- Selinger, Joseph, 1859-1938. (Person)
Language of Materials
In German , English , Latin , Italian and French .
Priest, author, professor of theology at St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee, and later pastor of St. Peter's Church in Jefferson City, Missouri, and chaplain of St. Mary's Hospital there.
5 linear inches.
- Agnosticism Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Bertram, Adolf, 1859-1945.
- Catholic Central Verein of America.
- Catholic Church -- Middle West -- History Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Catholics, German Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Conaty, Thomas James, 1847-1915.
- Faulhaber, Michael von, 1869-1952.
- Heuser, Herman John, 1839-1919.
- Hoog, O.J.S.
- Keane, John J. (John Joseph), 1839-1918.
- Letters. Subject Source: Genre Terms: A Thesaurus for Use in Rare Book and Special Collections Cataloguing
- Maler, Bede.
- North American College (Rome, Italy)
- O'Connell, Denis Joseph, 1849-1927.
- Pauk, Anton.
- Selinger, Joseph, 1859-1938.
- Seminaries -- Wisconsin -- St. Francis. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- St. Francis Seminary.
- Joseph Selinger Papers
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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