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Miss Hilario To Be Bride Of Dr. Soriano

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Day
24
Month
September
Year
1943
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Newly Married Rafaelita Hilario & Dr. Jesus L. Soriano Leave St. Mary's Chapel - September 25, 1943

Newly Married Rafaelita Hilario & Dr. Jesus L. Soriano Leave St. Mary's Chapel - September 25, 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1943
Caption
The bride and bridegroom leaving St. Mary's Catholic Student chapel where they were married this morning are Rafaelita Hilario of Church St. and Dr. Jesus L. Soriano of Battle Creek, both formerly of the Philippine Islands, their native country. From left to right, above, are the bride and Dr. Soriano, Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, who gave the bride in marriage, and Dr. Leopoldo Toralballa who was best man.

Professor 'marvelous teacher'

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Day
8
Month
August
Year
1988
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Father Gabriel Richard Hall, St. Mary's Student Center Addition, October 1952

Father Gabriel Richard Hall, St. Mary's Student Center Addition, October 1952 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1953
Caption
Also moving ahead with little time lost for unfavorable weather is the $300,000 Catholic student center (above) on Thompson St. adjacent to St. Mary's Student Chapel (far right) at Thompson and William Sts. It is expected that finishing work will be completed in May and the formal dedication held next fall. Priests may be able to move into second floor living quarters by the middle of April.

Archbishop Paul J. Hallinan Opens Chaplains' School at St. Mary's Parish, June 1962

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Ann Arbor News, June 25, 1962
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Open Chaplains' School: Most Rev. Paul J. Hallinan (third from left), archbishop of Atlanta, Ga., talks with faculty members of a chaplains' school for 32 young priests who will be assigned to care for Catholic students on secular campuses next fall. Classes are meeting in the Gabriel Richard Center of St. Mary's Student Chapel. Staff members of the school include (left to right), the Rev. John F. Bradley, pastor of St. Mary's Chapel, director; the Rev. George Garrelts, University of Minnesota Newman Club; and Prof. James C. O'Neill, chairman of the U-M Romance language department. Archbishop Hallinan who is episcopal moderator of the National Newman Federation, spoke at a breakfast yesterday at the center.