Cause for the Canonization of 

Servant of God 

Demetrius Gallitzin

"Apostle of the Alleghenies"

 

 

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Books,  Letters and Articles

You can click here to see writings by Servant of God Demetrius Gallitzin.

Other books and letters  to learn more about Servant of God Demetrius Gallitzin:

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Bunson, Margaret and Matthew.   Apostle of the Alleghenies, Reverend Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin.  Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania:  Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown, 1999.

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Brownson, Sarah M.  Life of Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin.  New York: Pustet, 1873. 

Contains letters of Gallitzin no longer available and quotes from Priests who knew Gallitzin.  444 pages.

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Commemorative & Anniversary Publications

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Donahoe, Bernard.  The Voice That Shook The Windows - A Story of Prince-Father Gallitzin.  Notre Dame, Indiana:  Dugarie Press, 1967.

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Timeless Topix. Apostle of the Alleghenies. March, 1945.  (comic book)

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Glass, Sister Mary Fides & Bard, Cecelia Glass. Prince Demitriís Mountaineers. Indiana: St. Meinradís Abbey, Inc., 1951. 

 199 pages.

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Heyden, Very Rev. Thomas. A Memoir on the Life & Character of the Rev. Prince Demetrius A. De Gallitzin. Baltimore, Maryland: John Murphy & Co., 1869. 

 200 pages.

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Lemcke, Rev. Peter Henry. Life and Work of Prince Demetrius Gallitzin. 1861. Trans. Into English by Rev. Joseph C. Plumpe, Ph.D. New York : Longmans Green & Co. , 1940, XX. 

This volume was translated by The Reverend Joseph C. Plumpe, PhD, Professor of Classical Languages at the Pontifical College Josephinum. 257 pages.

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Maziliauskas, Stasys. Pioneer prince in USA: An historical account of Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin and his eminent relatives. Brooklyn, New York: Franciscan Press, 1982. 

 159 pages.

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Murphy, Grace, Editor. Gallitzinís Letters. Loretto, Pennsylvania: The Angelmode Press, 1940. 

 302 pages.

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Sargent, Daniel. Mitri or the Story of Prince Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin (1770-1840). New York , New York: Longmans Green & Co., 1945. 

 327 pages.

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Von Hugel, Baroness Pauline. A Royal Son and Mother. Notre Dame, Indiana: The Ave Matia, 1902. 

 127 pages.

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Barber, John W. and Elizabeth G.   Historical, Poetical and Pictorial American Scenes; Principally Moral and Religious; Being a Selection of Interesting Incidents in American History: to which is Added a Historical Sketch of Each of the United States. Cincinnati, Ohio: J. H. Johnson, 1850.

          Page 80.

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Maynard, Theodore. Great Catholics in American History.  Garden City, New York: Hanover House, 1957.
 
       Pages 121-128.       

 

Articles

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Series of Articles from The Catholic Register
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February 2, 2009

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March 16, 2009

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April 27, 2009

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July 6, 2009

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January 5, 2009

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December 22, 2008

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October 13, 2008

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September 29, 2008

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September 15, 2008

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September 1, 2008

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August 18, 2008

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March 31, 2008

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Schlafly, Daniel L.  "Fr. Demetrius Gallitzin: Son of the Russian Enlightenment," Catholic Historical Review 83 (1997): 716-25.

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Tobin, Bishop Thomas.  "The pastoral courage of Demetrius Gallitzin".  Catholic Exponent.  September 13, 2002.

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Fris, Carol.  "The Reverend Prince," Westsylvania (Autumn 1999): 10-13, 56.

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Associated Press. "Prince-turned-priest on path toward sainthood," The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 7 June 2005.

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Stein, Monsignor Timothy P. "Congregation For Saints Gives Approval To Continuing Process For The Servant Of God Demetrius A. Gallitzin," The Catholic Register, 13 June 2005.

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Evans, Susan. "Saint Push Moves Ahead," The Johnstown Tribune Democrat: 2 March 2007.

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Stein, Monsignor Timothy P.  "Sainthood cause of prince-priest, Father Gallitzin, advances," Catholic Online:  5 March 2007.

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Rodgers, Ann.  "Sainthood sought for Gallitzin," The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, 10 March 2007.

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Mellott, Kathy. "Local sainthood push completed," The Tribune Democrat, 26 October 2013.

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Evans, Susan. "Ceremony is latest step in sainthood push for Prince Gallitzin," The Johnstown Tribune Democrat: 11 March 2007.

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Associated Press. "Diocese plans to petition sainthood for Gallitzin," The Washington Observer-Reporter: 11 March 2007.

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"A labor of love - Local supporters lead canonization efforts," The Johnstown Tribune Democrat: 14 March 2007.

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Bartos, Patrica. "Gallitzin sainthood process begins," Pittsburgh Catholic: 6 April 2007.

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Staff Reports. "Former priest at Church of St. Patrick up for sainthood," Cumberland Times News: 8 April 2007.

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"Gallitzin Artifacts Restored to Chapel House ," The Catholic Register: 21 January 2008.

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"Baltimore Historic Site Has Strong Associations With Reverend Prince," The Catholic Register: 4 February 2008.

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"Nun, Contemporary Of Father Gallitzin, Also A Candidate For Sainthood, " The Catholic Register: 12 May, 2008.

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Urban, Kelly. "Prince Gallitzin Cross Award recipients honored," The Tribune Democrat: 7 June 2008.

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Mellott, Kathy. "Effort on for Pa. priest's sainthood," The Edmond Sun: 7 January 2011

Booklets

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Brother Ernest, C.S.C. A Story of Prince-Father Gallitzin. Notre Dame, Indiana: Dujarie Press, 1960. 

 24 pages.

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Bradley, Raymond, Ph.D. Father Gallitzin: Prince and Priest. Loretto, Pennsylvania, 1998.

 109 pages.

Letters

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April 28, 1970  letter from the Apostolic Delegate to the United States of America to the Most Reverend Bishop James J. Hogan

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March 10, 2005 letter from the Most Reverend Bishop Joseph V. Adamec to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints

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May 16, 2005 letter from the Congregation for the Causes of Saints to the Most Reverend Bishop Joseph V. Adamec

 

 

 

 

 

   
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