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Day
24
Month
September
Year
1943
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Ground Breaking for Father Gabriel Richard Hall, St. Mary's Student Center, September 1952

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1952
Caption
Ground Broken For Chapel Rev. Frank J. McPhillips, pastor of St. Mary's Student Chapel, turns the soil in ground-breaking ceremonies for the $300,000 Catholic Student Center to be built next to the chapel on Thompson St. The ceremony was held yesterday afternoon. Looking on from left to right are Michael Gorman, editor of the Flint Journal and trustee of the Gabriel Richard Foundation, fund-raising group; Edmond DeVine, local treasurer of the group; Henry W. deKoning, contractor for the project; and Rev. Edward C. Burkhardt and Rev. Joseph B. Jacyna, assistant pastors.

Cardinal Mooney Dedicates Catholic Student Center's Fr. Gabriel Richard Hall, c. 1952

Cardinal Mooney Dedicates Catholic Student Center's Fr. Gabriel Richard Hall, c. 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1953
Caption
Catholic Center Dedicated His Eminence, Edward Cardinal Mooney (center foreground with portfolio) of the Detroit archdiocese, officiated at dedication rites for the new Father Richard Center for Catholic students at the University yesterday. Shown (in foreground, left to right), are the Rev. John F. Bradley, assistant at St. Mary's Student Chapel here; the Rev. Frank J. McQuillan of St. Agnes Church, Detroit; Cardinal Mooney; and the Rev. Frank J. McPhillips, rector of St. Mary's Chapel. Visible, left to right, in background, are the Very Rev. Fr. Lyman A. Fenn, S.S., rector of St. John's Seminary at Plymouth; the Rev. Edgar Smothers, S.J.; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Bernard Kearns, (behind Cardinal), vice-chancellor of the Detroit archdiocese; and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. E. J. Hickey. Both Msgr. Kearns and Fr. McQuillan were former assistants at St. Mary's.

Rev. Frank J. McPhillips, St. Mary's Chapel, June 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 17, 1944
Caption
Rev Frank J. McPhillips, pastor of St. Mary's Cahtolic students chapel, is carrying on alone at the chapel because his assistant Rev. Bernard Kearns, is now a chaplain in the Navy with the rank of lieutenant junior grade. Fr. McPhillips, in addition to his duties at the chapel, has been appointed by Bishop O'Hara, Cahtolic Military Delegate, as axiliary chaplain of all military establishments on the University campus. Says F. McPhillips: "I am continuing to buy War Bonds because it is the only direct sacrifice that I have been asked to make. And if it hurts a little to buy an extra one, I know that it will make me feel a little less ashamed of my security when I read of the sacrifices our boys are making on every front."