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Sep 28, 2012 Ignation Society of Texas (Jesuit Fathers); la Sociedad Ignation de Texas
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Sep 28, 2012 Ignation Society of Texas (Jesuit Fathers); la Sociedad Ignation de Texas
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Sep 28, 2012 Ignation Society of Texas (Jesuit Fathers); la Sociedad Ignation de Texas
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
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Sep 28, 2012 Ignation Society of Texas (Jesuit Fathers); la Sociedad Ignation de Texas
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Revista Católica is an international weekly Spanish-American Catholic newspaper and printing house directed by the Jesuits. The business was founded by Italian Jesuit, Donato M. Gasparri, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 1873. The publishing house, originally known as Imprenta de Río Grande, provided a variety of educational and devotional materials. Aided by the Rev. Lorenzo Fede, S. J., Gasparri began publication of his newspaper, Revista Católica, on January 2, 1875.
Topics: Catholic Church periodical, Jesuits, New Mexico