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  • A'BECKET, JOHN J., PH.D., NEW YORK.
  • AIKEN, CHARLES F., S.T.D., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF APOLOGETICS, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • ALBERT, F. X. E., PH.D., ST. JOSEPH'S SEMINARY, YONKERS, NEW YORK.
  • ALDASY, A., PH.D., ARCHIVIST OF THE LIBRARY OF NATIONAL MUSEUM, BUDAPEST.
  • ALLIES, MARY H., LONDON.
  • AMADO, RAMON RUIZ, S.J., BARCELONA, SPAIN.
  • ARBEZ, EDWARD, S.S., M.A., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE, ST. PATRICK'S SEMINARY, MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA.
  • AVELING, FRANCIS, S.T.D., WESTMINSTER, LONDON.
  • BANDELIER, AD. F., HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA, NEW YORK.
  • BARRY, WILLIAM, D.D., DORCHESTER, ENGLAND. BATTANDIER, ALBERT, S.T.D., J.C.D., ROME.
  • BECHTEL, F., S.J., PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND SACRED SCRIPTURE, ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS.
  • BENIGNI, U., PROFESSOR OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY, PONT. COLLEGIO URBANO DI PROPAGANDA FEDE, ROME.
  • BESSE, J. M., O.S.B., DIRECTOR, "REVUE MABILLON", CHEVETOGNE, BELGIUM.
  • BIRT, HENRY NORBERT, O.S.B., LONDON.
  • BOLLING, GEORGE MELVILLE, A.B., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF GREEK AND SANSKRIT, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • BRANN, HENRY A., D.D., NEW YORK.
  • BREEN, A. E., D.D., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF HOLY SCRIPTURE, ST. BERNARD'S SEMINARY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.
  • BROCK, H. M., S.J., PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS.
  • BROM, GISBERT, S.T.D., PII.D., LITT.D., HEAD OF THE DUTCH HISTORICAL INSTITUTE, ROME.
  • BROSNAHAN, TIMOTHY, S.J., PROFESSOR OF ETHICS, WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • BUONAIUTI, ERNESTO, PH.D., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, THE ROMAN SEMINARY, ROME.
  • BURNS, J. A., C.S.C., PRESIDENT OF HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • BURTSELL, MGR. R. L., PH.D., S.T.D., KINGSTON, NEW YORK.
  • BUTIN, ROMAIN, S.M., S.T.L., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE AND HEBREW, MARIST COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • BUTLER, E. C., O.S.B., M.A. (CAMBRIDGE), M.A. (LONDON), DOWNSIDE ABBEY, BATH, ENGLAND.
  • BUTLER, J. N., M.D., A.M., LL.D., NEW YORK.
  • CAMPBELL, T. J., S.J., ASSOCIATE EDITOR, "THE MESSENGER", NEW YORK.
  • CASARTELLI, THE RT. REV. L. C., BISHOP OF SALFORD, ENGLAND.
  • CASTLE, HAROLD C., C.SS.R., M.A. (OXON.), LECTOR IN THEOLOGY AND CHURCH HISTORY, ST. MARY'S, KINNOULL, PERTH, SCOTLAND.
  • CHRISTITCH, ELISABETH, BELGRADE, SERVIA.
  • CLEARY, HENRY W., EDITOR, "THE NEW ZEALAND TABLET", DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND.
  • CLIFFORD, CORNELIUS, MORRISTOWN, N. J. COLEMAN, AMBROSE, O.P., DROGHEDA, IRELAND. COLEMAN, CARYL, B.A., NEW YORK.
  • CONINGTON, E. H., CALLOONEY, COUNTY SLIGO, IRELAND.
  • CONNELLAN, P. L., F.R.S.A. OF IRELAND; KNIGHT OF ST. GREGORY THE GREAT, ROME.
  • COPPENS, C., S.J., PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS.
  • COPPIETERS, HONORE, S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND SACRED SCRIPTURE, COLLEGE DU PAPE, LOUVAIN.
  • CORBETT, JOHN, S.J., PROFESSOR OF SCRIPTURE. WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • CREAGH, JOHN T., J.U.D., PROFESSOR OF CANON LAW, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • CRET, PAUL P., PROFESSOR OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, PHILADELPHIA.
  • CRIMONT, THE RT. REV. JOSEPH RAPHAEL, S.J., PREFECT APOSTOLIC OF ALASKA, JUNEAU, ALASKA.
  • CROWLEY, T. J., C.S.C., WASHINGTON. CROWLEY, T. L., O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • CURRAN, THE HOX. J. J., PUISNE JUDGE, PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
  • DAL-GAL, NICOLAUS, O.F.M., VICE-POSTULATOR GENERAL, ROME.
  • DE BECKER, JULES ALPH. MARIE, D.CN.L., D.C.L., S.T.L., RECTOR OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE, LOUVAIN.
  • DELANY, JOSEPH F., NEW YORK.
  • DESMOND, HUMPHREY J., A.M., EDITOR, "THE CATHOLIC CITIZEN", MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN.
  • †DEVAS, CHARLES STANTON, M.A. (OXON.), KENSINGTON, LONDON.
  • DONNELLY, F. P., S.J., ST. ANDREW-ON-HUDSON, POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK.
  • DONOVAN, STEPHEN M., O.F.M., FRANCISCAN MONASTERY, WASHINGTON.
  • DRISCOLL, JAMES F., D.D., PRESIDENT, ST. JOSEPH'S SEMINARY, DUNWOODIE, NEW YORK.
  • DRISCOLL, JOHN T., A.M., S.T.L., FONDA, NEW YORK.
  • D'SA, MANOEL, MISSIONARY APOSTOLIC, PRINCIPAL OF ANTONIO DE SOUZA SCHOOL, MAZAGON, BOMBAY, INDIA.
  • DUBRAY, C. A., S.T.B., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, MARIST COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • DUFFY, F. P., D.D., PROFESSOR OF LOGIC AND METAPHYSICS, ST. JOSEPH'S SEMINARY, DUNWOODIE, NEW YORK.
  • DUGGAN, T. S., EDITOR, "THE CATHOLIC TRANSCRIPT", HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT.
  • DUNN, JOSEPH, PH.D., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CELTIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • DWIGHT, WALTER, S.J., WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • EHRHARD, LEO, CANONICUS HONORARIUS, DIRECTOR OP THE EPISCOPAL SCHOOL, STRASBURG, ALSACE, GERMANY.
  • FANNING, WILLIAM H. W., S.J., PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND CANON LAW, ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
  • FENLON, JOHN F., S.S., D.D., PRESIDENT OF ST. AUSTIN'S COLLEGE, BROOKLAND, D. C., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE, ST. MARY'S SEMINARY, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
  • FINNERTY, J. L., O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • FISCHER, JOSEPH, S.J., PROFESSOR OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY, STELLA MATUTINA COLLEGE, FELDKIRCH, AUSTRIA.
  • FITZGERALD, E. G., O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • FORTESCUE, ADRIAN, PH.D., D.D., MALDON. ENGLAND.
  • FOURNET, A. S., S.S., PROFESSOR OF BELLES-LETTRES, COLLEGE DE MONTREAL.
  • FOX, JAMES J., D.D., B.A., PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, ST. THOMAS COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • FOX, WILLIAM, B.S., M.E., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS, COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
  • FRISBEE, S. H., S.J., WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • GANSS, HENRY G., MUS.D., CARLISLE, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • GASQUET, THE RT. REV. FRANCIS AIDAN, O.S.B., D.D., ABBOT PRESIDENT OF THE ENGLISH BENEDICTINES, LONDON.
  • GIETMANN, G., S.J., PROFESSOR OF CLASSICAL LANGUAGES AND ESTHETICS, EXATEN, NEAR BAAKSEM, HOLLAND.
  • GIGNAC, JOSEPH N., S.T.D., J.C.D., PROFESSOR OF CANON LAW, UNIVERSITY OF LAVAL, QUEBEC.
  • GIGOT, FRANCIS E., D.D., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE, ST. JOSEPH'S SEMINARY, DUNWOODIE, NEW YORK.
  • GILLIS, JAMES M., C.S.P., S.T.L., CHICAGO.
  • GOGGIN, J. F., D.D., PH.D., ST. BERNARD'S SEMINARY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.
  • GORAL, BOLESLAUS E., ST. FRANCIS SEMINARY, WISCONSIN.
  • GOYAU, GEORGES, ASSOCIATE EDITOR, "REVUE DES DEUX MONDES", PARIS.
  • GRATTAN FLOOD, W. H., M.R.I.A., ROSEMOUNT, ENNISCORTHY, IRELAND.
  • GREEN, E. E., O.S.B., DOWNSIDE ABBEY, BATH ENGLAND.
  • GREY, FRANCIS W., OTTAWA, CANADA. †Deceased.
  • GULDNER, B., S.J., PROFESSOR OF ETHICS AND METAPHYSICS, FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK.
  • HANNA, EDWARD J., D.D., PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, ST. BERNARD'S SEMINARY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.
  • HASSETT, MAURICE M., D.D., HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • HAVEY, FRANCIS P., S.S., D.D., PRESIDENT, PROFESSOR OF HOMILETICS AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY, ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY, BRIGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
  • HAYES, THE VERY REVEREND P. J., D.D., CHANCELLOR, ARCHDIOCESE OF NEW YORK; PRESIDENT OF CATHEDRAL COLLEGE, NEW YORK.
  • HEALY, THE MOST REVEREND JOHN, ARCHBISHOP OF TUAM, D.D., LL.D., M.R.I.A., ST. JARLATH'S, TUAM, IRELAND.
  • HEALY, PATRICK J., D.D., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • HEINLEIN, E., D.D., UNIONPORT, BRONX, NEW YORI:.
  • HENRY, H. T., LITT.D., PROFESSOR OF ENGLISH LITERATURE, AND OF GREGORIAN CHANT, ST. CHARLES'S SEMINARY, OVERBROOK, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • HEUSER, H. J., D.D., EDITOR "AM. ECCLESIASTICAL REVIEW ", PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, ST. CHARLES'S SEMINARY, OVERBROOK, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • HINOJOSA, EDUARDO DE, ROYAL HISTORICAL ACADEMY, MADRID.
  • HOLWECK, FREDERICK G., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI.
  • HOWLETT', J. A., O.S.B., M.A., BECCLES, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND.
  • HUNT, LEIGH, COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
  • HUNTER-BLAIR, D. O., BART., O.S.B., M.A., FORT AUGUSTUS ABBEY, SCOTLAND, AND OXFORD, ENGLAND.
  • JENNER, HENRY, F.S.A., ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, BRITISH MUSEUM, LONDON.
  • KELLY, P. H., S.J., KOHLMANN HALL, NEW YORK.
  • KENNEDY, D. J., O.P., S.T.M., PROFESSOR OF DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, IMMACULATE CONCEPTION COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • KENT, W. H., O.S.C., BAYSWATER, LONDON.KERBY, WILLIAM J., DOCTOR OF SOCIAL AND POLITICAL SCIENCES, S.T.L., PH.D., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • KIRSCH, MGR. J. P., PROFESSOR OF PATROLOGY AND CHRISTIAN ARCHLEOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF FREIBURG, SWITZERLAND.
  • LABOURT, J., S.T.D., LITT.D., MEMBER OF THE ASIATIC SOCIETY, PARIS.
  • LE BARS, JEAN, B.A., LITT.D., PROFESSOR OF FRENCH, COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
  • LECLERC, C., C.SS.R., STE. ANNE DE BEAUPRE. QUEBEC, CANADA.
  • LECLERCQ, H., O.S.B., ST. MICHAEL'S ABBEY, FARNBOROUGH, HAMPSHIRE, ENGLAND.
  • LEJAY, PAUL, FELLOW OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FRANCE, PROFESSOR AT THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTE OF PARIS.
  • LE ROY, THE RT. REV. ALEXANDER, C.S.SP. BISHOP OF ALINDA, SUPERIOR GENERAL OF THE CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY GHOST, PARIS.
  • LINS, JOSEPH, FREIBURG, GERMANY.
  • LOPEZ, TIRSO, O.S.A., COLEGIO DE LOS AGUSTINOS, VALLADOLID, SPAIN.
  • LOUGHLIN, MGR. JAMES F., D.D., PHILADELPHIA.
  • MAAS, A. J., S.J., RECTOR OF WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • MAC DONALD, ALEXANDER, D.D., LL.D., V.G., ST. ANDREW'S, NOVA SCOTIA.
  • MCGINNIS, AUGUSTINE, O.S.M., PH.D., S.T.L., CHICAGO.
  • MCMAHON, A. L., O.P., LECTOR OF SACRED THEOLOGY, PROFESSOR OF MORAL THEOLOGY AND SACRED SCRIPTURE, DOMINICAN HOUSE OF STUDIES, WASHINGTON.
  • MCMAHON, JOSEPH H., A.M., PH.D., NEW YORK.
  • MCNEAL, MARK J., S.J., WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • MCNICHOLAS, JOHN T., O.P., IMMACULATE CONCEPTION COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • MACPHERSON, EWAN, NEW YORK.
  • MACRORY, J., D.D., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE, MAYNOOTH COLLEGE, IRELAND.
  • MEEHAN, ANDREW B., PH.L., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF CANON LAW AND LITURGY, ST. BERNARD'S SEMINARY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK.
  • MEEHAN, THOMAS F., NEW YORK. †Deceased.
  • MELODY, JOHN WEBSTER, A.M., D.D., PROFESSOR OF MORAL THEOLOGY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • MERRIGAN. THOMAS D., M.D., NEW YORK.
  • MERSHMAN, FRANCIS, 0 S.B., D.D., PROFESSOR OF MORAL THEOLOGY, CANON LAW AND LITURGY, ST. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY, COLLEGEVILLE, MINNESOTA.
  • MESSMER, THE MOST REV. S. G., D.D., D.C.L., ARCHBISHOP OF MILWAUKEE.
  • MING, JOHN J., S.J., PROFESSOR OF MORAL PHILOSOPHY, SACRED HEART COLLEGE, PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, WISCONSIN.
  • MOELLER, CH., PROFESSOR OF GENERAL HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF LOUVAIN.
  • MOYES, MGR. JAMES, D.D., CANON OF WESTMINSTER CATHEDRAL, LONDON.
  • MUCKERMANN, H., S.J., ST. IGNATIUS'S COLLEGE, VALKENBURG, HOLLAND.
  • NAMMACK, CHARLES EDWARD, PH.B., M.D., PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL MEDICINE, CORNELL UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK.
  • NOON, W. D., O.P., WASHINGTON. O'BRIEN, S., O.C., SIMLA, INDIA. O'CONOR, J. F. X., S.J., NEW YORK.
  • O'DONNELL, THOMAS, C.M., VICE-PRESIDENT AND PROFESSOR OF MORAL AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY, ALL HALLOW'S COLLEGE, DUBLIN.
  • O'DONOGHUE, D. J., DUBLIN, IRELAND.
  • OESTREICH, THOMAS, O.S.B., PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY AND SACRED SCRIPTURE, MARYHELP ABBEY, BELMONT, NORTH CAROLINA.
  • O'MAHONY, T. J., D.D., D.C.L., PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, ALL HALLOW'S COLLEGE, DUBLIN.
  • O'MALIA, M. J., S.J., PROFESSOR OF CLASSICS AND HISTORY, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, WORCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS.
  • O'NEIL, A. C., O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • O'NEILL, JAMES D., A.M., S.T.D., LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS.
  • O'REILLY, THOMAS C., D.D., ST. MARY'S SEMINARY, CLEVELAND, OHIO.
  • O'RIORDAN, MGR. M., PH.D., D.D., D.C.L., RECTOR OF THE IRISH COLLEGE, ROME.
  • OTT; MICHAEL, O.S.B., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, T. JOHN'S UNIVERSITY, COLLEGEVILLE, MINNESOTA.
  • OTTEN, JOSEPH, PITTSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • OUSSANI, GABRIEL, PH.D., PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND THE SEMITIC LANGUAGES, ORIENTAL HISTORY AND BIBLICAL ARCHEOLOGY, ST. JOSEPH'S SEMINARY, DUNWOODIE, NEW YORK.
  • OWEN, THOMAS M., DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY, MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA.
  • PAPI, HECTOR, S.J., PROFESSOR OF CANON LAW, WOODSTOCK COLLEGE, MARYLAND.
  • PARGOIRE, J., A.A., CONSTANTINOPLE. PEREZ, NAZARIO, S.J., MADRID.
  • PETERSON, JOHN B., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY AND LITURGY, ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
  • PETRIDES, S., A.A., CONSTANTINOPLE.
  • PIOLET, JEAN-BAPTISTE, S.J., MEMBER OF THE INTERNATIONAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE, PARIS.
  • POLLEN, JOHN HUNGERFORD, S.J., LONDON. POOLE, THOMAS H., NEW YORK.
  • POPE, HUGH, O.P., S.T.L., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE AND APOLOGETICS, HAWKESYARD PRIORY, ENGLAND.
  • REID, GEORGE J., S.T.L., PROFESSOR OF SACRED SCRIPTURE AND HEBREW, ST. PAUL'S SEMINARY, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
  • REILLY, W. S., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF SCRIPTURE, ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY, BRIGHTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
  • REMY, ARTHUR F. J., A.M., PH.D., INSTRUCTOR IN GERMANIC LANGUAGES, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK.
  • RIORDAN, THE MOST REV. P. W., D.D., ARCHBISHOP OF SAN FRANCISCO.
  • ROBINSON, PASCHAL, O.F.M., PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY, FRANCISCAN MONASTERY, WASHINGTON.
  • ROCK, P. M. J., LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY.
  • RODELES, CECILIO GOMEZ, S.J., EDITOR, "MONUMENTA HISTORICA SOCIETATIS JESU", MADRID.
  • RODRIGUEZ, JOSE IGNACIO, BUREAU OF AMERICAN REPUBLICS, WASHINGTON.
  • ROY, J. EDMOND, LITT.D., F.R.S.C., OFFICER OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY, DIRECTOR, " NOTARIAL REVIEW", LEVIS, QUEBEC, CANADA.
  • RUDGE, FLORENCE MARIE, M.A., YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO, †Deceased.
  • RYAN, J. J., J.C.B., PRESIDENT AND PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, ST. PATRICK'S COLLEGE, THURLES, IRELAND.
  • RYAN, PATRICK, S.J., LONDON.
  • SAN GIOVANNI, EDOARDO, LIT.B., A.M., INSTRUCTOR IN THE LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
  • SAUVAGE, GEORGE M., C.S.C., D.D., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, HOLY CROSS COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • SAXTON, E. F., BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
  • SCHAEFER, FRANCIS J., D.D., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, ST. PAUL'S SEMINARY, ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA.
  • SCHEID, N., S.J., STELLA MATUTINA COLLEGE, FELDKIRCH, AUSTRIA.
  • SCHLAGER, PATRICIUS, HARREVELD BEI LICHTENVOORDE, HOLLAND.
  • SCHMIDLIN, J., S.T.D., PH.D., GEBWEILER, ALSACE, GERMANY.
  • SCHROEDER, JOSEPH, O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • SCHULTE, A. J., PROFESSOR OF LITURGY, ST. CHARLES'S SEMINARY, OVERBROOK, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • SCHWERTNER, THOMAS M., O.P., WASHINGTON.
  • SCHWICKERATH, ROBERT, S.J., KOHLMANN HALL, NEW YORK.
  • SHIANAHAN, EDMUND T., A.B., PH.D., J.C.L., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, CATHOLIC UNIV. OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • SHEEDY, MORGAN M., LL.D., ALTOONA, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • SHIELDS, THOMAS E., PH.D., D.D., PROFESSOR OF PHYSIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • SHIPMAN, ANDREW J., A.M., LL.M., NEW YORK.
  • SICARD, J. A., HONORARY CANON OF NOTRE DAME, PARIS.
  • SIEGFRIED, FRANCIS PATRICK, PROFESSOR OF PHILOSOPHY, ST. CHARLES'S SEMINARY, OVERBROOK, PENNSYLVANIA.
  • SLOANE, CHARLES W., NEW YORK.
  • SLOANE, THOMAS O'CONOR, A.M., E.M., PH.D., NEW YORK.
  • SMITH, SYDNEY F., S.J., LONDON.
  • SOLLIER, J. F., S.M., S.T.D., RECTOR AND PROFESSOR OF MORAL THEOLOGY, MARIST COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • SOIJVAY, CHARLES L., C.M., LL.B., D.D., PH.D., PROFESSOR OF HOLY SCRIPTURE AND HEBREW, KENRICK SEMINARY, ST. LOUIS.
  • SPAHN, MARTIN, PH.D., UNIVERSITY OF STRASBURG, GERMANY.
  • SPILLANE, EDWARD P., S.J., PROFESSOR OF COMPARATIVE LITERATURE, COLLEGE OF ST. FRANCIS XAVIER, NEW YORK.
  • SULLIVAN, JAMES J., S.J., PROFESSOR OF DOGMATIC THEOLOGY, ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY, ST. LOUIS.
  • SULLIVAN, WILLIAM L., C.S.P., S.T.L., PROFESSOR OF SCRIPTURE AND MORAL THEOLOGY, ST. THOMAS COLLEGE, WASHINGTON.
  • TAAFFE, THOMAS GAFFNEY, PH.D., INSTRUCTOR IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE, COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
  • THURSTON, HERBERT, S.J., LONDON.
  • TIERNEY, JOHN J., A.M., D.D., PROFESSOR OF SCRIPTURE AND SEMITIC STUDIES, MT. Sr. MARY'S COLLEGE, EMMITSBURG, MARYLAND.
  • TURNER, WILLIAM, B.A., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF LOGIC AND THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY, CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF AMERICA, WASHINGTON.
  • UA CLERIGH, ARTHUR, M.A., K.C., LONDON. VACANDARD, E., S.T.D., ROUEN, FRANCE. VAN CLEEF, AUGUSTUS, NEW YORK.
  • VAN DEN BIESEN, C., S.T.D., PROFESSOR OF HEBREW AND OLD TESTAMENT EXEGESIS, ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE, MILL HILL, LONDON.
  • VAN DER ESSEN, L., PH.D., LITT.D., COLLEGE DU PAPE, LOUVAIN.
  • VAN HOVE, A., D.C.L., PROFESSOR OF CHURCH HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF LOUVAIN.
  • VELLA, P. X., S.J., ADMINISTRATOR OF THE COLLEGIO PIO LATINO AMERICANO, ROME.
  • VCELKER, J. A., OSSINING, NEW YORK.
  • VUIBERT, A. J. B., S.S., A.M., PROFESSOR OF HISTORY, ST. PATRICK'S SEMINARY, MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA.
  • WALSH, JAMES J., M.D., PH.D., LL.D., PROFESSOR OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE, FORDHAM UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK.
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