CSC. U.S. Catholic Special Collection
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Postcards of Roman Catholic churches around the United States and the world collected by Helen Borntrager Buschen, a lay Catholic woman.
The Knights of Columbus Council 500 is the Dayton Chapter of the Knights of Columbus Catholic fraternal service order. Their archives contain pictures of celebrations and events, newsletters, official publications, correspondences, Council Records, and a collection of photos and ephemera from the Aces Social Club, which many members were also a part of.
Collection of postcards depicting New Subiaco Abbey and one prayer card published by the Abbey.
Devotional materials printed by Reproducta Company in Italy and the United States.
Collection of bulletins and other miscellaneous materials primarily from Saint Helen's Parish in Riverside, Ohio, dating from 1966 until 2014 and a small number of bulletins from the Church of the Ascension in Kettering, Ohio, dating from 2006 until 2010. Miscellaneous items from
This collection includes records like newsletters, pamphlet, and prayer cards from Saint Helen Parish. Saint Helen Parish is a Roman Catholic Church in Dayton, Ohio. Most records are from the first decade of 21st century.
The Pflaum Publishing Company began the publication of the Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact, a Catholic comic book, in 1946. Most of the stories promoted themes of faith, family, and patriotism and related to sports, school, and Saints. Contributors included Frank Borth, Bob Powell, and Reed Crandall.
Winnie Nardiello Papers include many different stuffs in her collection. Winnie Nardiello collection covers various aspects of the Catholic Church. Geographically, most of her collections closely relate to Middletown, Ohio. She collected papers about individual priests, sisters, and prayers. Holy Family Parish is one major source of Nardiello collection.