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Kane, Dan (Daniel J.)



  • Existence: 1917 or 1918 - 1996

Biographical note

Daniel J. Kane (born 1917 or 1918, died 1996) worked for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati (1957-1986) in a number of capacities. In 1962, he received the Papal Medal "Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice" by Pope John XXIII. The University of Dayton conveys a "Daniel J. Kane Religious Communications Award"; Kane was the first recipient in 1986.


"Daniel Kane, Recipient of UD Award " (1986). News Releases. 4640. (accessed January 3, 2022).

Mixon, Bernie. "Daniel J. Kan was spokesman for Archdiocese of Cincinnati." The Cincinnati Enquirer. September 2, 1996. (accessed January 3, 2022).

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H. A. Reinhold papers

Abstract Hans Anscar Reinhold was a Catholic priest who authored many books and articles about liturgical reform. He was born in Germany and served in the German army during World War I. The rise of the Third Reich prompted Reinhold to leave Germany for the United States, where eventually he became a citizen in 1944, and where he lived until his death in 1968. The collection includes correspondences in German and English over the years, as well as manuscripts of books, articles, sermons, and radio...
Restrictions on Access Collection is open for research. Phonograph disc and one dictabelt have been digitally copied; all original media were retained, but may not be played due to format. Digital use copies can only be accessed in the Burns Library Reading Room. An additional dictabelt is not available for playback due to format impermanence and can not be reformatted by Burns Library at this time. Please let Burns Library Public Services know of your specific interest; when it becomes possible we will schedule...
Dates: 1908 - 1997; Majority of material found within 1935 - 1968