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Page 159 text:
which now bears his name. With its comple-
tion in 1925, it boasted of six new classrooms,
a gym, and a swimming pool.
A decision reached by the Most Reverend
Moses E. Kiley, Bishop of Trenton, during
the summer of 1936, began the second part
of the chapter. It began with the return of
the Conventual Franciscan Fathers as teach-
ers to conduct the new boys' high school,
formerly the Immaculate Conception High
School. ln accordance with Bishop Kiley's
request, the Most Reverend Bede Hess,
O.F.M. Conv., Provincial of the Immaculate
Conception Province, sent ten Franciscans to
During the past twenty-six years which
comprise the latter part of the chapter,
progress developed and continued with the
addition of the new gym and the various in-
ternal changes. Trenton Catholicis students
have successfully competed in many state
and national competitions. Nevertheless, the
finis of this chapter is at hand.
l I I
Catholic Education . . .
In 1938, T. C. produced another top
team -- the Chicago National Tour-
nament contenders: F. White, J.
Bacso, R. Kelty, R. Barrett, C. Rossi,
and R. Gray.
Rev. Francis Edic, O.F.M. Conv., principal from 1937
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Franciscan Education At
Trenton Catholic . . .
When Trenton Catholic closes its doors
this year, a chapter will he closed in the
annals of the city of Trenton. A chapter
which has as its beginning the opening of
Saint Francis Minor Seminary and College
in 1898. The Seminary which now constitutes
the Administration Building served as a
secular college as well as a preparatory
school for students for the Conventual Fran-
ciscan Order. In 1914, due to the size of the
Order, Saint Francis Seminary was closed
and was replaced with a seminary in Floyd
Knobs, Indiana, and later with Saint Francis
Seminary on Staten Island.
In 1921, under the direction of the Rev.
Alphonse Lehrscholl, 0.F.M. Conv., the
pastor of Immaculate Conception Church
and the Most Reverend Thomas J. Walsh,
the Bishop of Trenton, the College Building
was transformed into the Immaculate Con-
ception High School. Due to the need for
expansion, the Rev. Austin Fox, 0. F. M.
Conv., broke ground for a new building
Was A Beginning Which Was
To Set A New Pace In
Francis Seminary and College built in 1898.
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. . . Education Based Un
Faith, Hard Work,
And Love Of C-od . . .
T 0 te d of th 1939 "Twist"
Rev. Dominic Rapp, O.F.M. Conv., principal gf
from 1939 to 1948. AQ, A
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The new gym lockers.
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