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Subjects
Sacred Heart Mission (Fort Berthold Reservation, North Dakota)
July, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: A Burden Lifted,” Peter Fehrenback, O.S.B.
February, 1933, Pg. 3, “Bishop Kelly Surprised and Deeply Grateful for Our Christmas Gift,” Reverend Edward J. Kelly
May, 1936, Pg. 3, “A Word of Thanks for Timely Aid,” Reverend Cornelius Bryne, S.J. 
October, 1937, Pg. 7, “Father Griva, S.J Asks For Rosaries, Crosses,” Reverend Griva, S.J. 
May, 1940, Pg. 11, “Greatly In Need of Funds To Repair Church,” Reverend Reinhard Kaufman, O.S.B. 
February, 1942, Pg. 11, “Convey My Gratitude,” Reverend Scheffold, S.D.S.
February, 1944, Pgs. 16-17, “Memories,” John J. Brown, S.J.
November, 1946, Pgs. 16-17, “Undaunted Blackrobe,” Staff
May, 1950, Pg. 20, “New Car Needed,” Reverend Arthur Green S.J. 


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St. Andrew’s Mission (Umatilla Reservation, Oregon)
May, 1926, Pg. 1, “A Pitiful Cry From The Far Northwest-St, Andrew’s Mission,” Reverend Emile J. Boll, S.J.
July, 1926, Pg. 1, “A Touching Tribute To Our Members-St. Andrew’s Mission” Reverend Emile J. Boll, S.J. 
October, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag:  Fellow Missionaries and Friends of the Red Man,” J.T. Corbett, S.J.
February, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Our Mission Car Brings Man’s Best Friend,” J.T. Corbett, S.J.
October, 1933, Pg. 3, “Heat for Sisters’ Building Needed this Winter,” Reverend Thomas M. Neate, S.J. 
February, 1936, Pg. 3, “Wire Fence to Protect Mission Chickens Badly Needed,” Sister M. Edwina, O.S.F.
May, 1936, Pg. 3, “Donation for Chicken Fence Brings Joy,” Sister M. Edwina, O.S.F.
July, 1937, Pg. 7, “Mission Bills Must Be Paid,” Reverend Thomas A. Steele, S.J.
October, 1941, Pg. 7, “Indians For Flowers,” Reverend Thomas A. Steele, S.J. 
May, 1946, Pgs. 18-19, “A “Gimmie” Story,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
August, 1946, Pg. 4-5, “St. Andrew’s Will Live Again,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.


Subjects
St. Andrew’s Mission (Umatilla Reservation, Oregon), continued
February, 1947, Pg. 20, “Gifts of the Magi,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
May, 1948, Pgs. 14-15, “First Americans,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
August, 1948, Pg. 20, “Hard Working,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
May, 1949, Pgs. 8-9, “In the Service of the Sioux,” Robert J. Eglsaer, S.J.
August, 1949, Pgs. 8-9, “At St. Andrew’s,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
May, 1950, Pgs. 8-11, “St. Andrew’s American Royalty,” Reverend Harold H. Ernsdorff, S.J.
St. Benedict’s Mission (Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota)
April 1913, Pg. 4, “A Ciborium Which Cost $17.00 Several More Are Needed,” Bede Marty O.S.B
St. Francis Mission (Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota)
April 1916, Supplement, “St. Francis Mission Burns,” Staff
May, 1933, Pg. 1, “Fire-Calls! St. Francis Mission Forced to Make First Appeal in Seventeen Years,” Reverend William J. Flynn 
July, 1933, Pg. 3, “Our Gift Makes New Building Possible,” Reverend Martin A. Schlitz, S.J.


Subjects
St. Francis Mission (Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota), continued
October, 1934, Pg. 3, “Chapel Gift Appreciated,” Reverend Martin A. Schlitz, S.J. 
July, 1936, Pg. 1, “Golden Jubilee of St. Francis Mission,” Staff
May, 1937, Pg. 7, “Fr. Connell Asks for a Car,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J.
July, 1937, Pg. 7, “Deep Gratitude for Our Continued Help,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J.
October, 1940, Pgs. 6-7, “All Aboard For A Visit To The Missions,” Staff
February, 1942, Pg. 11, “A Thousand Thanks,” Sister M. Ludgera
November, 1943, Pg. 7, “Wanted-a Phonograph,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J. 
February, 1944, Pg. 19, “The Case of Toys,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J. 
August, 1944, Pg. 19, “Statue Of Patron Saint,” Sister M. Ludgera
February, 1945, Pg. 9, “Meet The Indians of St. Francis Mission,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J. 
February, 1946, Pg. 12, “A Missionary Sends His Blessings,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J. 
November, 1946, Pgs. 6-7, “Fifty Years of Service (Br. Andrew Hartman, S.J.)," Reverend Robert M. Demeyer, S.J. 


Subjects
St. Francis Mission (Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota), continued
November, 1948, Pg. 20, “Favorite Sport,” Reverend Stanislaus "Stanley" E. Kalamaja, S.J.  
May, 1949, Pg. 14-15, “A Real Mission,” Joseph Weber, S.J.
May, 1950, Pgs. 18-19, “Sioux Indians Play Indian,” F.G. Stobie, S.J.
November, 1950, Pgs. 6-7, “Living By Faith,” Reverend Stanislaus "Stanley" E. Kalamaja, S.J.   
May, 1951, Pgs. 2-5, “Bicycle vs. Bronco,” Robert Crozier, S.J.
May, 1951, Pgs. 14-15, “Indians Spark State Basketball Tournament,” Reverend Roger Dieckhaus, O.S.B. 
November, 1951, Pg. 1, “Dear Benefactors,” Reverend Bernard A. Cullen
November, 1951, Pgs. 2-4, “A Day at the Mission,” Sister M. Florence O.S.F.
November, 1951, Pgs. 5-6, “History of St. Francis,” Reverend Robert M. Demeyer, S.J.  
November, 1951, Pgs. 7-14,“Vocational Training,” Laurence E. Walsh, S.J.
November, 1951, Pgs. 15-16, “Day School Instruction,” G.M. Stroh, S.J.


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St. Francis Mission (Rosebud Reservation, South Dakota), continued
November, 1951, Pgs. 17-19,”Bacon and Eggs,” Albert B. Grueter, S.J.
May, 1952, Pg. 18, “St. Francis Mission in South Dakota Needs Help,” Staff
May, 1952, Pgs. 19, “Basketball Thanks,” Reverend George M. Pieper, S.J. 
November, 1954, Pgs. 3-6, “Wanderers between Two Worlds,” Charles L. McHarness
May, 1956, Pgs. 1-12, “Around the Missions,” Monsignor Cullen
February, 1957, Pg. 6, “A Letter from a Dedicated Religious,” Sister M. Victoria
St. Ignatius Mission (Flathead Reservation, Montana)
July, 1922, Pgs. 1-3, “Work Of 30 Years Destroyed; St. Ignatius Mission Destroyed,” Bishop John P. Carroll
July, 1926, Pg. 3, “No Eight Hour Day For This Zealous Laborer-St. Ignatius Mission,” Reverend Louis Taelman, S.J.
July, 1930, Pg. 4, “Diamond Jubilee of Old St. Ignatius Mission,” Staff
February, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Marquette League a Real Santa Claus,” Reverend Francis C. Dillon, S.J. 


Subjects
St. Ignatius Mission (Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana), continued
May, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: God Provides Through Marquette League,” Reverend Louis Taelman, S.J. 
October, 1931, Pg. 2, “The Indian Inquisition,” Reverend Ambrose Sullivan, S.J.
October, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mission Mail: Roof for Historic Church Badly Needed,” Reverend Joseph A. Balfe, S.J.
October, 1932, Pg. 1 & 4, “The Passing of a Great Western Bishop,” Staff
February, 1933, Pg. 3, “New Roof Saves Historic Church,” Reverend Joseph A. Balfe, S.J.
May, 1933, Pg. 3, “Paint Badly Needed,” Sister Celese, Superior
May, 1934, Pg. 2, “Blind Barnaby Sees,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J. 
July, 1934, Pg. 1, “New Bishop’s First Visit to Historic Mission,” Staff
July, 1934, Pg. 3, “Must Have New Car To Do Work,” Reverend Louis Taelman, S.J. 
July, 1938, Pg. 4, “Jesuit Appeals For Car,” Reverend Louis Taelman, S.J. 
July, 1938, Pgs. 6-7. “A Trip To The Missions With The Director General,” Staff


Subjects
St. Ignatius Mission (Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana), continued
August, 1945, Pgs. 12-13, “Shepherd of the late sheep,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J. 
February, 1946, Pgs. 14-15, “The century of progress,” Reverend Arthur D. Spearman, S.J.  
August, 1950, Pgs. 2-5, “A Kootenai Joins His Ancestors,” Reverend John J. O’Kennedy
February, 1951, Pgs. 8-11, “Better Late Than Never,” Reverend John J. O’Kennedy
St. John’s Mission (Gila River Reservation, Arizona)
July, 1923, Pgs. 1-3, “Saint John’s, Arizona,” Reverend Quinn, Reverend Gerard Brenneke, O.F.M., and Reverend Vincent, O.F.M. 
February, 1924, Pg. 2, “God Bless The Marquette League,” Reverend Vincent, O.F.M. 
February, 1927, Pg. 1, “Happiness Reigns At St. John Mission,” Rev. Gerard Brenneke, O.F.M.
October, 1929, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: A New Lease On Life,” Reverend Gerard Brenneke, O.F.M.
February, 1936, Pg. 3, “Save This Little Hospital for Children’s Sake,” Sister M. Euphrasisa
May, 1936, Pg. 3, “Our Gift for Children’s Hospital a Godsend,” Sister M. Euphrasisa


Subjects
St. John’s Mission (Gila River Reservation, Arizona), continued
July, 1937, Pg. 7, “Our Generous Response Appreciated,” Reverend Nicholas Perschl, O.F.M. 
October, 1938, Pg. 11, “Ball Started Rolling,” Reverend Nicolas Perschl, O.F.M. 
February, 1942, Pg. 5, “Don’ts-Advice For Visitors To St. John’s,” Reverend Burkard Kuksht
August, 1947, Pgs. 4-6, Golden Jubilee,” Reverend Regis Rohder, O.F.M. 
May, 1948, Pgs. 10-11, “What Are You,” Cecelia Chapman
August, 1949, Pg. 20, “For God’s Kingdom,” Sister Bernaleen
February, 1950, Pgs. 2-5, “As the Crow Flies,” Sister M. Bernaleen
February, 1950, Pg. 20, “Sister Bernaleen Appeals,” Sister M. Bernaleen
St. Joseph’s Mission (Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho)
December, 1917, Pg. 1, “Christmas Shoe Fund,” Staff
May, 1918, Pg. 1, “Special Requests Generously Answered,” Staff


Subjects
St. Joseph’s Mission (Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho), continued
May, 1918, Pg. 3, “Father Cataldo Receives $703,” Reverend Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. 
August, 1918, Pgs. 1-2, “Special Gifts of $1,077 For Mission Schools,” Sisters of St. Joseph
February, 1924, Pg. 1, “Father Hughes Praises Work For St. Joseph Mission,” Reverend William Hughes
August, 1924, Pg. 1, “Father Cataldo Recovering; Shoes Provided; Benefactors Always Remembered,” Sisters of St. Joseph”
February, 1942, Pg. 11, “You Made Christmas Pleasant,” A.G. Willebrand, S.J.
May, 1953, Pg. 19, “Station Wagon Needed,” Reverend Patrick F. Savage, S.J.
St. Labre’s Mission (Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Montana)
November, 1916, Pg. 3, “Great Distress Caused By Storm-St. Labre Mission,” A Friend of St. Labre
April, 1917, “Pg. 4, “St. Labre’s Mission, Montana, Greatly Handicapped By Recent Fire; Ursuline Sisters Lose Convent And School,” Reverend William Arendzen, S.S.E .
December, 1917, Pg. 3, “Thanks From St. Labre’s,” Ursuline Sisters
July, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Our Generous Donation Saves the Ship,” Reverend Richard Brunner


Subjects
St. Labre’s Mission (Northern Cheyenne Reservation, Montana), continued
July, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Are You Using Your Piano,” Mother Regina
October, 1932, Pg. 1 & 4, “The Passing of a Great Western Bishop,” Staff
May, 1943, Pg. 11, “To the Sisters at St. Labre’s,” Harry Littlebird
February, 1946, Pg. 11, “Grateful Missionary Sister,” Sister M. Limana, O.S.F.
August, 1947, Pg. 20, “Maps and Encyclopedias,” Sister M. Limana, O.S.F.
May, 1948, Pg. 20, “His Only Hope,” Reverend Bernadine Schlimgen, O.F.M. 
May, 1949, Pg. 5, “Race of Sorrows,” Bells of Saint Labre
February, 1950, Pg. 20, “Joyful Papooses,” Sister. M. Limana, O.S.F.
August, 1950, Pgs. 20, “A Word of Thanks,” Sister M. Limana, O.S.F.
February, 1951, Pgs. 16-17, “The Eloquence of the Indian,” Sister M. Limana, O.S.F.
August 1954, Pgs. 1-3, “The Northern Cheyennes,” Marian Dickerson
May, 1956, Pgs. 1-12, “Around the Missions,” Monsignor Cullen


Subjects
St. Mary’s Mission (Colville Reservation, Washington)
 April 1914, Pg.4, “Father de Rouge’s Mission, Washington,” Reverend Aloysius Vrebosch, S.J.
Christmas 1914, Pgs. 3-4, “St. Mary’s Mission, Washington,” Reverend E. de Rougé, S.J.
Christmas 1915, Pg. 1, “Who Will Send A Little Christmas Joy,” Staff
Christmas 1915, Pg. 2, “A Glimpse Of Life At St. Mary’s,” A Worker at St. Mary’s
July, 1916, Pg. 4, “Death of Father De Rouge,” Reverend Celestine Caldi, S.J.
November, 1916, Pg. 3, “Father Caldi’s Promise of Prayer,” Reverend Celestine Caldi, S.J.
Christmas 1916, Pg. 1, “A Way To Make Christmas Happy,” Staff
April, 1917, “Pgs. 3-4, “Generous Christmas Fund,” Reverend Celestine Caldi, S.J.
January, 1920, Pgs. 1-2, “Fire Destroys Saint Mary’s,” Staff
May, 1920, Pg. 2, “Father Quinn’s Christmas Fund For St. Mary’s Mission,” Reverend Celestine Caldi, S.J.
May, 1921, Pg. 3, “Father Caldi Receives 55 Cents For His Sunday Collection,” Reverend Celestine Caldi, S.J.


Subjects
St. Mary’s Mission (Colville Reservation, Washington), continued
October, 1938, Pgs. 1 & 6, “Fire Discovered in Kitchen of St. Mary’s Mission,” Reverend Joseph A. Balfe, S.J.
October, 1938, Pg. 4, “St. Mary’s Mission…One of the Oldest Missions in the Northwest,” Staff
May, 1942, Pg. 11, “No Accommodations At All,” Reverend Edward M. Griva, S.J. 
St. Michael’s Mission (Navajo Reservation, Arizona)
July, 1929, Pg. 4, “League Notes: Three Welcome Visitors; St. Michael’s Mission School,” Staff
May, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Little Billy’s Friend,” Sister M. Stanislaus
May, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: New Chapel Will Save Faith of 250 Children,” Reverend  Jerome Hesse, O.F.M.
July, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: A Motor Chapel Our Greatest Need,” Reverend Jerome Hesse, O.F.M.
February, 1931, Pg. 1, “Christmas Joy at St. Michaels,” Reverend Jerome Hesse, O.F.M. and Mother Stanislaus
February, 1931, Pg. 4, “Billy McKinley’s Friends,” Staff
May, 1934, Pg. 1, “Must the Glorious Work of Over a Quarter Century Be Abandoned?,” Reverend Arnold Heinzmann, O.F.M.


Subjects
St. Michael’s Mission (Navajo Reservation, Arizona), continued
July, 1934, Pg. 3, “New Lease on Life For Navajo Missions,” Reverend Arnold Heinzmann, O.F.M. 
July, 1935, Pg. 3, “Billy’s Gratitude,” Sister M. Stanislaus
October, 1936, Pg. 1, “Mary, Mother of Mankind” Mission Church To Be Dedicated October 28th,” Staff
May, 1937, Pg. 7, “Bills! Bills! Bills!” Reverend Arnold Heinzmann, O.F.M. 
May, 1937, Pg. 8, “St. Michael’s Mission Wins Basketball Championship…,” Staff
July, 1940, Pg. 2, “The Art Of Weaving A Blanket,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padres Trail
October, 1940, Pg. 3, “Shiprock,” Reprinted from Traveling The Padres Trail
October, 1941, Pg. 5, “Photographs From St. Michaels,” Staff
February, 1942, Pg. 6, “In Memoriam-Fr. Ron, & Fr. Agnellus,” Staff
February, 1942, Pg. 11, “Very Grateful,” Reverend Anselm Sippel, O.F.M. 
July, 1942, Pg. 11, “Educate A Girl,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M. 


Subjects
St. Michael’s Mission (Navajo Reservation, Arizona), continued
February, 1943, Pg. 3, “Ties and Rugs,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
May, 1944, Pg. 6-7, “The Jeep-answer to the missionary’s prayer,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
February, 1945, Pgs. 4-5, “A sick call in the mountains,” Reverend Silverius Meyer, O.F.M.  
November, 1945, Pg. 2, “The new kingdom of St. Francis,” Reverend Emanuel Trockur, O.F.M.
May, 1946, Pg. 2, “Spiritual Powerhouse,” Staff
February, 1947, Pgs. 2-5, “Stars Over St. Michaels,” Reprinted from Mission Fields At Home
February, 1949, Pgs. 14-15, “The Lamb,” Reprinted from Mission Fields At Home
August, 1949, Pg. 20, “Appreciation,” Mother M. Charles
August, 1951, Pgs. 2-20, “St. Michaels-Various Aspects,” Mother M. Charles


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St. Paul's Mission (Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana)
April 1913, Pg. 4, “How Your Christmas Donations Were Used,” Reverend Hubert Post S.J.
April 1914, Pg. 4, “Father Post, St. Paul’s Mission, Montana,” Reverend Hubert Post S.J.
July, 1925, Pg. 2, “And Still The Work Goes On,” Reverend William G. Levasseur, S.J.
October, 1925, Pg. 4, “Mission Notes,” Reverend William G. Levasseur, S.J. 
January, 1926, Pg. 1, “Good News From St. Paul Mission,” Reverend William G. Levasseur, S.J. 
February, 1929, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: St. Paul’s Mission,” Reverend William G. Levasseur, S.J. 
October, 1932, Pg. 1 & 4, “The Passing of a Great Western Bishop,” Staff
October, 1932, Pg. 4, “Encouraging Peter,” Reverend John J. Balfe, S.J.
May, 1936, Pg. 3, “Help for Water System Absolute Necessity,” Reverend John J. Balfe, S.J.
July, 1938, Pgs. 6-7. “A Trip To The Missions With The Director General,” Staff
July, 1938, Pg. 11, “Sister Pleads For Playground Equipment,” Sister M. Giswalda, O.S.F.
October, 1938, Pg. 11, “Marquette League Provides Playground Equipment,” Sister M. Giswalda, O.S.F.


Subjects
St. Paul's Mission (Fort Belknap Reservation, Montana), continued
July, 1940, Pg. 11, “Books Needed For High School Library,” The Library Committee
November, 1944, Pg. 16-17, “Montana-where men are men,” Reverend John J. Balfe, S.J.
February, 1947, Pg. 1, “An Apple Is Still A Temptation,” Reprinted from The Little Bronzed Angel
February, 1948, Pg. 20, “New Bus Needed,” Reverend Francis E. Duffy, S.J.
May, 1948, Pgs. 16-17, “Psychology vs. Indian Papooses,” Reverend Francis E. Duffy, S.J. 
May, 1953, Pgs. 1-4, “History of St. Paul’s Mission,” Staff
May, 1953, Pgs. 5-6, “Home Economics,” Staff
May, 1953, Pgs. 7-8, “Prizes Galore,” Staff
May, 1953, Pgs. 9-13, “The Students Report,” Staff
May, 1953, Pgs. 14-15, “The Boy,” Staff
May, 1956, Pgs. 1-12, “Around the Missions,” Monsignor Cullen


Subjects
St. Stephen’s Mission (Wind River Reservation, Wyoming)
Christmas 1914, Pg. 2, “St. Edwards Chapel: St. Stephen’s, Wyoming,” Reverend Aloysius J. Keel, S.J.
April 1915, Pg. 2, “Christmas At St. Stephens, Wyoming,” Reverend Aloysius J. Keel, S.J.
November, 1916, Pg. 3, Poverty And Illness Among The Indians At St. Stephen’s Mission, Wyoming,” Reverend Aloysius J. Keel, S.J.
October, 1932, Pg. 3, “A Tragic Condition,” Reverend M.A. Connell, S.J. 
October, 1940, Pg. 11, “Marquette League Check Brings Tears Of Joy,” Reverend George P. Prendergast, S.J. 
October, 1941, Pg. 8, “Black Hawk Speaks, Young Arapahoe Indian Addresses,” Staff
October, 1941, Pg. 11, “Ice Cream For All,” Reverend George P. Prendergast, S.J.  
November, 1947, Pgs. 2-3, “The Pledge at St. Stephen’s, Francis J. Coffey
February, 1948, Pgs. 2-3, “Talent and Character at St. Stephen’s,” Reverend Thomas A. Halley, S.J. 
November, 1948, Pgs. 10-11, “Meet the Boys of St. Stephen’s,” Staff
May, 1949, Pg. 10-13, A Visit to the Missions,” Reverend Bernard A. Cullen


Subjects
St. Stephen’s Mission (Wind River Reservation, Wyoming), continued
August, 1949, Pg. 16-17, “In the Heart of the West,” Sister Rose Marietta
August, 1949, Pg. 20, “Appreciate New Hymn Books,” Sister Mary Expedita
November, 1952, Pgs. 1-7, “History of St. Stephan’s Mission,” Staff
November, 1952, Pgs. 8-10, “108 Years as Indian Missionaries,” Reverend Thomas A. Halley, S.J.  
November, 1952, Pgs. 11-13, “St. Stephan’s School,” Sister Rose Marietta
November, 1952, Pgs. 14-17, “Basketball-The Redskins’ First Love,” Reverend J.A. Zummach, S.J. 
November, 1955, Pgs. 8-9, “The Gym That St. Jude Is Building,” Staff
May, 1956, Pgs. 1-12, “Around the Missions,” Monsignor Cullen
May, 1957, Pgs. 2-9, “The Stephan Story,” Reverend Augustine Edele, O.S.B.
August, 1957, Pgs. 1-5, “Sixty Five Years,” Staff


Subjects
St. Xavier Mission (Crow Reservation, Montana)
July, 1938, Pgs. 6-7. “A Trip To The Missions With The Director General,” Staff
July, 1940, Pg. 11, “Many Indian Children Receive First Holy Communion, Reverend Charles L. Owens, S.J. 
May, 1942, Pg. 11, “School Difficulties,” Reverend Nicholas, O.F.M.
July, 1942, Pg. 10, “On Wings of Air,” Reverend Charles L. Owens, S.J.
February, 1946, Pg. 6, “White Dove of the desert,” Marion Ambrose


Subjects
Schools-Catholic
July 1913, Pg. 3, “Work For Schools,” Staff
December 1913, Pg. 1, “Remarkable School Progress,” Staff
December 1913, Pgs. 1-2, Will Not Your Christmas Charity Include These Little One’s So Often Forgotten? (Loreto Indian School, NM),” Staff
April 1914, Pgs. 2-3, “Loretto Indian School Bernalillo, New Mexico,” The Sisters of Loretto
November 1915, Pg. 2, “Severe Blow To Mission Schools,” Staff
July 1916, Pg. 3, “Special Work For Schools,” Staff
January, 1920, Pg. 3, “Progress of Day Schools Established By Marquette League,” Reverend Bonaventure Oblasser, O.F.M.
January, 1920, Pg. 4, “New Day School Opened On Yankton Reservation,” Reverend Sylvester Eisenman, O.S.B.
May, 1921, Pgs. 1-2, “Generous Help For Our Mission Schools,” William Quinn
December, 1921, Pg. 3, “Indian Chief Gives Log Cabin For Catholic Day School-St. Mary’s Day School, Montana,” Staff
December, 1921, Pg. 4, “Teacher A Graduate of St. Xavier,” Reverend Aloysisus Vrebosch


Subjects
Schools-Catholic, continued
May, 1928, Pg. 1, “In Desperate Need Bishop Kelley Of Oklahoma Asks Our Help For His Indian Missions,” Bishop Francis C. Kelly
May, 1928, Pg. 2, “The Right Reverend Francis C. Kelly,” Reverend Felix L. Geis
July, 1928, Pg. 1, “Caring For Christ’s Little Ones,” Staff
July, 1928, Pg. 1, “Wonders Done For Antlers,” Staff
October, 1928, Pg. 4, “The Old People Have Need Of Their Customs; And The Young Ones Will Go With The Times,” Staff
February, 1929, Pg. 1, “The Marquette League Helps Solve Father Geis’ School Problem,” Reverend Felix L. Geis
October, 1929, Pg. 2, “Sunshine and David,” Reverend McAstocker, S.J.
July, 1930, Pg. 4, “Gonzaga University Honors Father Flynn,” Staff
October, 1930, Pg. 1, “Support of the Mission School a Problem,” Reverend William J. Flynn 
May, 1931, Pg. 1, “Need of Day Schools Among Pima Indians Urgent,” Reverend Antonine Willenbrink, O.F.M
May, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Help at Critical Time Appreciated,” Reverend John M. Govaert


Subjects
Schools-Catholic, continued
February, 1932, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: A Fight for the Life of His School,” Reverend Henry Hogebach, S.C.J.
May, 1932, Pg. 4, “In Memoriam,” Staff
July, 1932, Pg. 3, “New Roof Badly Needed for Mission School,” Sister Mary Teresa, Superior
July, 1932, Pg. 3, “A Persistent but Most Worth Beggar,” Sister M. Eugenie
October, 1932, Pg. 3, “In the Nick of Time,” Sister M. Berchmans
October, 1932, Pg. 4, “Mission Schools In Dire Need,” Staff
May, 1933, Pg. 3, “Day Schools Continue Through Our Help,” Reverend Bonaventure Oblasser, O.F.M.
May, 1933, Pg. 3, “A Thousand Thanks for Our Gift,” Reverend Clement Druehe, O.F.M
October, 1933, Pg. 3, “Plumbing Must be Improved or School Closed,” Reverend Joseph Speyer, S.C.J. 
May, 1934, Pg. 3, “Sisters Work In Chippewa Homes,” Sister M. Cordula, O.S.F.
October, 1934, Pg. 3, “Who Will Grant These Worthy Sisters Their Request?” Mother Agnes Teresa


Subjects
Schools-Catholic, continued
May, 1935, Pg. 3, “Our Help Keeps School Going,” Reverend Arnold Oscar, O.F.M. 
June, 1935, Pg. 3, “Our Gift Will Help to Save Day Schools,” Reverend Bonaventure Oblasser, O.F.M.
October, 1935, Pg. 3, “Promise of Teacher’s Salary,” Reverend Charles L. Owen, S.J.
October, 1936, Pg. 2, “Must Get Help for Heating System,” Reverend John Govaert
October, 1936, Pg. 3, “An Increase of Faith Among Crows,” Reverend Charles L. Owen, S.J. 
February, 1938, Pg. 10, “Meet the Basketball Champs of St. Catherine,” Staff
July, 1939, Pg. 10, “Great Check” Makes Three Summer Schools Possible,” Staff
October, 1939, Pg. 2, “What Indian Mission Schools Have Done For Me And My People,” Martin Good Rider
July, 1941, Pg. 4, “Our Indian Schools,” Rev. L. Able Caillouet
July, 1942, Pg. 2, “Work among the Menominee Indians,” Staff
July, 1942, Pg. 3, “The Indian and the summer,” Staff


Subjects
Schools-Catholic, continued
October, 1942, Pg. 3, “St. Boniface Indian School-A Happy Home,” Staff
February, 1943, Pg. 8, “Battle Won-Osage Mission,” Staff
August, 1943, Pg. 12-13, “A letter from Winnebago,” Reverend Francis J. Hulsman
February, 1944, Pgs. 8-9, “Dreams Come True-Our Lady of Lourdes Mission,” Reverend William J. Fitzgerald, S.J.
November, 1944, Pg. 4, “Indian school’s golden jubilee,” Staff
August, 1947, Pgs. 10-11, “St. Joseph’s Indian Boarding School,” Reverend Richard Kiefer, S.J. 
August, 1948, Pgs. 4-5, “Children of the Prairie-St. Joseph’s Indian School,” Reverend G.B. Bezy, S.C.J. 
August, 1948, Pgs. 12-13, “Why A Boarding School?” Reverend Louis J. Goll, S.J. 
February, 1949, Pg. 4-7, The Indian Orphans and the White Father,” Lorraine J. Anderson
May, 1949, Pg. 19, As the Twig Bent,” Reverend Guntram Scheffold, S.D.S. 
November, 1949, Pgs. 16-17, “Mission in the Rockies,” Reverend Egon E. Mallman


Subjects
Schools-Catholic, continued
February, 1950, Pgs. 14-17, “Activities at St. Joseph’s,” Reverend Gregory Bezy, S.C.J. 
May, 1950, “Pgs. 2-3, “Hal to the New Chief-Augustine Indian Mission School,” Staff
August, 1952, Pgs. 4-5, “These Sixty Years-St. Catherine’s-New Mexico,” Mission Fields  at Home
August, 1953, Pgs. 1-3, Home For Mary Bitsui,” Reverend Pax R. Schicker, O.F.M. 
November, 1954, Pg. 16, “The School Situation,” Reverend Bernard A. Cullen 
May, 1955, Pgs. 7-11, “The Intermountain Indian School,” Edward J. Whelan, S.J. 
November, 1957, Pgs. 10-15, “St. John’s Indian School,” Brother B. Brophy, O.F.M.
Seven Dolors Mission (Fort Totten Reservation, North Dakota)
July, 1926, Pg. 2, “Fort Trotten N. Dakota,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B. 
February, 1927, Pg. 2, “The Seven Dolors Mission…Is In Ashes,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B.  
May, 1927, Pg. 2, “A Missionary’s Gratitude,” Staff


Subjects
Seven Dolors Mission (Fort Totten Reservation, North Dakota), continued
May, 1930, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: New School a Godsend,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B.  
May, 1931, Pg. 3, “Mail Bag: Our Donation Tempers Winter’s Chill,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B.  
May, 1932, Pg. 3, “Mission Mail: Five Hundred Bright Rays of Hope,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B.   
February, 1934, Pg. 3, “In the Nick of Time,” Reverend Ambrose Mattingley, O.S.B.  
August, 1947, Pg. 17, “Columbia’s Rosary,” A.C. Shoemaker
Sioux Indians; see Dakota [Lakota, Sioux] Indians
School Sisters of Saint Francis (S.S..S.F.); see also Sisters of St. Francis (O.S.F.); and Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (F.S.P.A.) 
August, 1949, Pgs. 6-7, “Dream Family,” Sister M. Clare Hartmann, S.S.S.F.
Sisters of Saint Francis (O.S.F.); see also Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (F.S.P.A.) and School Sisters of St. Francis (O.S.F.)
July, 1920, Pg. 2, “Franciscan Sisters Begin Work…Haskell Institute, Kansas,” Sisters of St. Francis
May, 1936, Pg. 4, “Bishop Reverman Approves of Franciscan Sisters’ Appeal,” Reverend Theodore H. Reverman 
July, 1936, Pg. 3, “Deep Gratitude of Franciscan Sisters,” Sisters of St. Francis, Wisconsin
February, 1940, Pg. 4, “Work Of The Marquette League Among The Acoma And Laguna Indian Missions of New Mexico,” Rev. Agnellus Lammert, O.F.M.
November, 1949, Pgs. 10-11, “A Great Work Progresses,” Sister Mary Evelyn
February, 1950, Pgs. 8-9, “Squeaks in the Desert,” Sister Ruth Marie, O.S.F.
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