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CHRONICLE At the Franciscan Institute, on July 16, 1956, Fr. Geoffrey Bridges, O.F.M., M.A., of Santa Barbara Province (California), successfully defended his doctoral dissertation entitled: Petrus Thomae: Identity and Distinction. The thesis is expected to be pubüshed in the Philosophy Series of Franciscan Institute Publications. On July 28, 1956, in New York City, died the father, protector and Maecenas of the Franciscan Institute, Very Reverend Fr. Mathias Faust, O.F.M. (1879—1956), ex-Provincial of Holy Name Province (1919—1925 and 1931—1937), ex-Delegate General for North and Central America (1942—1946), ex-Procurator General of the Franciscan Order (1946—1951), ex-Delegate General for the Commissariats of the United States (1952—1955). Requiescat in pace. At the concluding session of the 37th National Convention of the Franciscan Educational Conference held August 12.14, tne Rev. Maurice Grajewski, O.F.M., Ph.D., J.CD., of Christ the King Seminary, West Chicago, Illinois, was selected president of the organization. He succeeds the Rev. Ignatius Brady, O.F.M., who has been transfered to Quaracchi, Italy. 304 ...


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