1. Fr. Edward Flanagan founded this famous home for troubled boys in Omaha, Nebraska in 1917.
2. This saint, founder of the Sisters of Charity in the United States, is also considered one of the founders of the Catholic school system in the U.S.
3. This 1943 film about a French girl who saw apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary won four Academy Awards.
4. In 1962, the Catholic schools of this southern archdiocese were desegregated, ending a controversy that saw Archbishop Joseph Rummel excommunicate several Catholic anti-integration activists.
5. The only World Youth Day ever held in the United States took place in this city in 1993.