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Raymond T. Bosler Papers

1930s-1977

Origination : Bosler, Raymond T.
Extent : 2 linear feet. 7 cassette audio tapes. 3 linear inches of photographs. 4 linear inches of objects. 3 linear inches of printed material.
Repository : University of Notre Dame Archives
Address : Notre Dame, Indiana 46556
English.

Preferred Citation

Raymond T. Bosler Papers (BOS), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556

Scope and Content

Sermons, talks, lectures, days of renewal, newspaper columns (The Question Box) 1967-1977, STD dissertation St Thomas and the Secular Society (1947), manuscript of book New Wine Bursting Old Skins: Memories of an Old Priest Longing for a New Church, lithograph, and certificates; photographs including many from his 50th anniversary as a priest, some showing his classmates, and some from 1930s Europe; mortarboard, biretta, personal seal, award, relics with certificates, medallion of Indiana Academy membership; Latin books: Imitation of Christ, Denzinger's Enchiridion Symbolorum, Conciliorum Oecumenieorum Decreta, and The Story of Milhousen, Indiana, where Bosler served.

Background

Msgr. Raymond T. Bosler served as pastor of St. John's Church in Indianapolis, Indiana, wrote The Question Box for Universal Press Syndicate, and served as a peritus during the Second Vatican Council.

Index

Bosler, Raymond T.
Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Indianapolis (Ind.)
Milhousen (Ind.)
The Question Box
St Thomas and the Secular Society
New wine bursting old skins : memories of an old priest longing for a new church


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