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Catholic Education in Omaha, Past, Present and Future
(Creighton University, 1927-04)
The history of Catholic education in Omaha seems to have claimed hut little consideration in the past. The lasting deeds of the pioneers in education accomplished at the expense of sweat and blood and often in the face of ...
Reading Interests of Early Adolescents in the Parochial Schools of the City of Omaha
(Creighton University, 1939)
One of the most important tasks of the school is to teach the child to read. Duty does not end there however. Proper direction in good reading habits, tastes and interests must be developed also if the child is to cultivate ...
Guidance Procedures for Religious Vocations in Coeducational Secondary Schools of the Archdiocese of Omaha
(Creighton University, 1962)
The Most Reverend Leo A. Pursley, D.D., Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend Diocese, in a keynote address delivered at the Fifth Annual Vocation Institute held at the University of Notre Dame in July, 1951, eloquently and ...
Curriculum of Cathedral High School Evaluated by Follow-Up Study of Graduates 1939-1948
(Creighton University, 1949)
One or the major problems of the schools of our country is the revision of the curriculum. The educational institutions must keep abreast with the changing social order; they must provide adequate training for effective ...
The History of Duchesne College
(Creighton University, 1938)
The purpose of this thesis is to present the historical development of Duchesne College from 1881 to 1937, stressing: |1) the difficulties of prejudice and religious indifference surmounted in the early years, and 2) the ...