Monday, October 27, 2008

Credits, References and Links

The blog was prepared by Patricia O'Brien Libutti from materials developed by the Jubilee History Committee, 2007-2008 (Mary Lou Abrams, Chair; Patricia Libutti and Erin Pommerenke.) George Stahl, Doris Thurber and Mary Ellen Schoonmaker edited earlier drafts of this history.
Photography was provided by many photographers over the 100 years. Those that are known include Alice Jacobs, Bob Cope, Fr. Bill O'Malley, Cathy Caceres, Elizabeth Larson, E. Adams, Patricia Libutti.
Videos: Larry Bonnemere.
Logo files: Robert O'Brien.
Documents:Maureen Mahoney, copies of 1954 St. Anastasia graduating class picture; Ann Wagner, copies of Fr. Joe O'Brien's First Mass;Sr. Adrienne Bradley, First Communion photographs and Cornerstone photograph; Lucille Bertram, photographs, Teaneck Public Library;Weilee Liu, scans of Teaneck photographs; Fr. Bill O'Malley, handwritten Announcements journals, 1914-1933, Claire Baker, document, graduating class, 1978.

Archdiocese of Newark Website.

Bulletin.Immaculate Conception & St. Joseph Parish. Leavenworth, KS. Retrieved August, 2008 from .

Carmelite Necrology

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“Church, Chess, Fellowship.”.(March 29, 1996).The Record.

Chadwick,John.March 6, 2008)."Layperson with missionary zeal; Evangelist inspires fellow Catholics".The Record,p.12. Retrieved from InfoTrac Database September 2008.

"Demographics." Teaneck, 1900-2006.,_New_Jersey . Retrieved April 2007.

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Bishop, Jim. (1953). Golden Jubilee. Fr. Silverius Quigley, June, 1953. Teaneck, NJ: St. Anastasia’s Church.

Bradley, Sr. Adrienne.(March,1998). Cornerstone Newsletter.

Creange, Renee. (2004). St. Anastasia’s Hosts 8th Annual Women’s Cornerstone Retreat; Members of Two Other Parishes Attend. Unpublished manuscript,

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Lynn, Kathleen. “Grads salute their Saturday lessons -- Teaneck program gave black kids a boost” The Record.(May 5, 2005). Retrieved October 2007 from ProQuest database.

O'Neill, Benedict. Announcements.November 24,1932,p.168). Unpublished set of notebooks (3). Courtesy of Fr. William O’Malley, O.Carm.

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Saint Anastasia’s Parish Architectural Drawings and Photos

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Suplik, Sr.Regina, S. C., and Staff. 1931-1981. Teaneck, St. Anastasia’s Church,

Taylor, Mildred.History of Teaneck,p. 98-103

_____. "Spiritual Comforts Take Root”, in M. Taylor, "History of Teaneck," pp.98-103

Teaneck Public Library Local History Photo Collection.

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Township of Teaneck.Teaneck New Jersey Forty Years of Progress: 1895-1935, c1935. pp. 14-18.

Wiggins, Ovetta. (1995.)Catholics Bring Their Culture to Church—Want Pope to Make Changes”.The Record.

Wong, Janet. “Parish Schools Go Forth as One Discover Merger Has its Blessings “(February 7, 1991). The Record . Retrieved from the ProQuest database, March 2008.

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