Central Verein of North America, German Roman Catholic
Central Verein of North America, German Roman Catholic
The origin dates back to 1854, in which year the presidents of three German Catholic benevolent societies of Buffalo, new York, issued a call to various German Catholic societies for the purpose for forming a central body

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