Members of the Missionary Society of St Paul founded by Isaac Thomas Hecker in the United States of America.

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  • Isaac Hecker — Isaac Thomas Hecker (December 181819 December 221888) was an American Roman Catholic Priest and founder of the North American religious society of men, the Paulist Fathers and is named by the church a Servant of God.Isaac Hecker was born in New… …   Wikipedia

  • William Laurel Harris — Harris labored on this project for 15 years, from 1898 to 1913 until fired by the Paulists in what appears to have been a personal dispute. A disastrous cleaning in 1958 removed fourteen of Harris s Saints on side chapel walls, much of Harris s… …   Wikipedia

  • Ivan Belostenec — (Born in Varaždin, ca.1594 Lepoglava, died February 2, 1675) was a Croatian linguist and lexicographer.LifeIn 1616. he joined the Paulists. He studied philosophy in Vienna and theology in Rome. Belostenec was a prior of Pauline monasteries in… …   Wikipedia

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  • Isaac Thomas Hecker —     Isaac Thomas Hecker     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Isaac Thomas Hecker     Missionary, author, founder of the Paulists; b. in New York, 18 December, 1819; d. there, 22 Dec., 1888. His parents were John Hecker, a native of Wetzlar, and Caroline …   Catholic encyclopedia

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