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1741001 Paul of the Cross

St. Paul of the Cross - Life:- "The Saint of the Crucified, A Little Life Of St. Paul Of The Cross, Founder of the Passionists" by a Passionist Father. Nihil Obstat: Vincentius Grogan, Provincialis: Imprimatur: Gulielmus Bernardus, Episcopus Birminghamensis. Vincent Grogan was Provincial 1881 - 1890 and Bishop Ullathorne, O.S.B., was Bishop of Birmingham 1850 - 1889

The Passionist Congregation, St. Patrick's Province

1741001 Paul of the Cross

St. Paul of the Cross - Life:- "Vita Del Venerabile Servo Di Dio P. Paolo Della Croce Fondatore Della Congregazione De Chierice Scalzi Della SS. Croce, E Passione Di Gesu Christo" Scritta Da Un Sacerdote Professo Della Stessa Congregazione. Published in Rome MDCCCXXI (1821)

1741001 Paul of the Cross 1848001 Ignatius Spencer 1823008 Pio Cayro

St. Paul of the Cross - Life:- "The Life Of Blessed Paul Of The Cross Founder Of The Congregation of Discalced Clerks of the Most Holy Cross and Pasion of Jesus Christ", written by Father Pius Of The Name Of Mary, Consultor-General Of The Same Congregation, Translated by Fr. Ignatius of St. Paul, Passionist, Consultor For The Anglo-Irish Province. Published London: D. Lane, 43, Lamb's Counduit Street, Brunswick Square, W.C, 1860

1741001 St. Paul of the Cross

St. Paul of the Cross: letter from Fr. Eugene Marorelli, C.P. to the Rector of Mount Argus enclosing Decree of Canoni9sation of our Founder. He communiscates General's wish that an "obolo" be sent. It is a heavy expense, but for the honour of the Province it must be met.

1741001 St. Paul of the Cross;

St. Paul of the Cross: Printed copy of the Bulla, "Canonizatione Sancti Paoli a Cruce Confessoris Clericorum Regularium Excalceatorum a Cruce et Passionis Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Fundatoris". Signed by Pope Pius IX and 43 Cardinals, among them Cardinal Pecci (future Pope Leo XIII) Cardinal Barnabo and Cardinal Cullen, Archbishop of Dublin.. Printed in Rome, 1869

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