Chapter Two: Catholic Fraternities at War
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Catholic Fraternities at War
Our family homes were located just minutes apart. We attended the same schools, went to prep school together, were together at the same university, belonged to the same Unitas Frisia fraternity and pursued the same high goal, the sacerdotium Jesu Christi, only with one difference: he was always a year behind me. Then the war arrived that tore us apart. And now, after my dear friend has rested in the ground of Flanders for two years, I write his obituary.
—OBITUARY WRITTEN FOR LIEUTENANT JOSEPH BAULE, APPEARINGIN UNITAS, MAY 19201
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