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Anonymous, TX
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Mig Boyle, NY
Estate of Rev. Daniel Brady, NY
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Martha Baltzell, PA
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Cyril & June Buersmeyer, MI
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Blanche Childs, IL
Nicholas R. Clifford, VT
Margaret Culkin, CA
Enoch Dillon, MD
Kieran H. Duffy, NY
Dr. James B. Finn, MO
Thomas & Rita Marie Finnerty, NY
In memory of James G. Good, NY
Mr. & Mrs. John Gray, CA
Bruce & Mary Jane Hall, CO
Virginia Hughes, NY
Rev. Norman P. Imgrund, PA
Tom Johnson, TX
Eileen Kennedy, Ph.D., NJ
Paul M. Kolosso, WI
John & Mary Korey, CA
Mrs. J. Craig (Regina) Kuhn, PA
Thomas & Barbara Kummerer, IL
Frank & Julia Ladner, IL
Rachelle Linner, MA
Stephen Manning, KY
Edward F. Mannino, PA
Alice E. Mayhew, NY
Patricia McManus, DC
Rev. Mr. Bartholomew J. Merella, MD
Mother of Consolation Church, WI
Joseph E. Murray, M.D., MA
Margery B. Parry, FL
Joseph & Irene Roach, NY
Kurt & Lois Schilling, V.M.D., CA
Gertrude A. Schlachter, NY
Peter & Margaret O'Brien Steinfels, NY
Betty A. Thompson, NY
Dr. Mary Segers & Dr. Jerome Travers, NJ
Joan & Richard Sexton, NY
Margaret O'Gara & Michael Vertin, ON
Janet P. Vickrey, NY
Bruce Weber, OR
Mary J. Wodynski, IL
Monica Serpe Yolles, IL

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Anonymous, NY
Suzanne McSorley & Thomas Baker, NJ
Richard J. Barber, M.D., MD
Loring W. Batten III, NY
Vivian Segall & Paul Baumann, CT
Richard Bennett, IL
Charles A. Bentel, NY
Joseph P. Bevak, NY
Jeffrey J. Bowe III, MA
M. Joseph Bowler, M.D., MI
Matthew P. Boylan, NJ
William D. Broderick, VA
Marie M. Caffrey, WI
Edward J. Carville, CA
Joseph & Rosalie Cieply, IL
Rev. Daniel J. Collins, Japan
Charles L. Conlon, TX
John M. Corcoran, MA
Dr. & Mrs. Philip Cortese, NY
In memory of Thomas F. Coughlin & Family, MA
Rev. Andrew W. Cryans, NH
Lawrence S. Cunningham, IN
Miriam & Tom Curnin, NY
John F. & Marguerite F. D'Amico, NJ
Margaret Darken, NC
Edward M. Davin, VA
Rev. Walter Debold, NJ
James L. Deegan, DC
Ellen DeNatale, MA
Cassie Dillon, NC
Mary & Eugene J. Dionne Jr., DC
Jerry Dixon, IL
Bernard J. Dobbins, CA
William C. & Linda Dowling, NJ
Barbara A. Durbin, AZ
Gail Lambers & Peter J. Fagan, MD
Thomas L. Farrelly, NY
William B. & Iris Fenton, MD
Dennis FitzSimons, NJ
Eugene Fontinell, NY
Jacqueline Fontinell, NY
Mrs. R. E. Frane, MO
Robert K. Freeland, NY
Timothy Fulham, MA
Donald Gancer, IL
Susan R. Gannon, NY
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