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...Moody, Ernest Addison Ernest A. Moody was born on 27 September 1903 in Cranford, New Jersey. After receiving his BA from Williams College in 1924, Moody studied at Columbia, receiving his MA in 1933, and his PhD in philosophy in 1936. His...
...Zedler, Beatrice Hope Beatrice Hope Zedler was born on 14 May 1916, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the daughter of Edwin and Cecelia M. (Koch) Zedler. She was educated at Marquette University where she received her BA summa cum laude in 1937...
...McCormick, John Francis John Francis McCormick was born on 3 March 1874 in Chicago, Illinois. He entered the religious order of the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) in 1891. He earned a BA in 1896 and an MA in theology in 1898 at St. Louis...
...Alexander, Robert Jocelyn Robert Jocelyn Alexander was a member of Brasenose College, Oxford, and received his BA in c.1875. He was awarded the Newdigate Prize for his poem The Last of the Red Indians in 1874, the University of Oxford Prize...
...Adama, Lollius Lollius Adama, born in Sexbierum, a village near Franeker, in 1544, was the son of Epe Sybrensz Adema, a countryman, and Jees Lollesd. He was educated at the St Martin school in Groningen in 1559 by the famous humanist...
...Crowley, Theodore Cornelius Crowley was born in Fenit, Co. Kerry on 14 September 1910, and died in Belfast on 16 February 1990. He was raised by an uncle who sent him to the Christian Brothers’ grammar school in Tralee. At the age...
...Weisheipl, James Patrick Athanasius James Patrick Weisheipl was born on 3 July 1923 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He entered the Dominican Novitiate in 1942, receiving the name Athanasius; he was ordained priest in 1949. The only child...
...D’Arcy, Eric Eric D’Arcy was born in Melbourne on 25 April 1924 and died there on 12 December 2005. He studied at the Catholic regional seminary, Corpus Christi College, Oxford Corpus Christi College, and was ordained a priest in 1949. He...
...MacKenna, Stephen Stephen MacKenna was born in Liverpool on 15 January 1872 and died in England on 8 March 1934. In the case of MacKenna, Yeats Yeats, William Butler ’s distinction between the life and the work collapses: MacKenna’s life...
...Anton Pegis was born on 24 August 1905 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He received his BA in 1928 and MA in 1929 from Marquette University. In 1929 he went to study with Etienne Gilson at his newly established Institute of Mediaeval Studies...