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REV. ADALBERT KAZINCY, A MAN OF ACTION
l At no other time can we pay a more fitting
tribute to Rev. Adalbert Kazincy than on this,
the fiftieth anniversary of his ordination to
the holy priesthood.
Many years ago, as a young stalwart priest,
he was assigned St. Michael's Parish in Brad-
dock, Pa., Where a great number of Slovak
immigrants had settled.
Like St. Vincent de Paul, Father Kazincy
realized that his spiritual children needed not
only the solicitude of a father but also the
love of a mother. V
With determination and perseverance his
voice echoed across the ocean again and again
until finally his call was answered by five Vin-
centian Sisters of Charity who came to Saint
Michaelfs on November 13, 1902.
To this great man of,action belongs the grat-
itude of thousands of boys and girls who have
grown up under the direction of the Vincen-
tian Sisters of Charity. Without his undaunted
courage and noble perseverance, there may
have never been a "V S C" in U S A.
We, the Senior class of '45, do most gratefully dedicate this book to those
who made possible the excellent Catholic education we have received during
our years at V H S. To Reverend Adalbert Kazincy through whose efforts
our teachers, the Vincentian Sisters of Charity, were given an opportunity
to labor for souls in the United States, as Well as to our dear parents to
whom we owe an enormous debt of love, fidelity, and gratitude, we dedicate
this publication of THE VINCENTIAN.”