Here are eight historical essays that reflect the distinctive characteristics of Catholicism in Chicago--ethnic diversity; outstanding Episcopal, clerical, and lay leadership.
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Francis O'Neill was born to a farming family in County Cork in Ireland in 1848. He left home in 1865 and died a true Chicagoan in 1936.
Mary Lesch is Francis O'Neill's great-granddaughter. She is now retired and divides her time between Chicago and Harbert, Michigan.
Ellen Skerrett is currently writing a history of Loyola University Chicago. She is the co-author and editor of number of books on Catholicism and Chicago, including "At the Crossroads: Old Saint Patrick's and the Chicago Irish "(Wild onion Books, 1997).
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