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The Resources webpage includes digital news and information regarding the archival collections. The Archives, located at the Province Center in Arlington Heights, IL, is the official repository for the records of the Clerics of St. Viator (CSV) and its Province of the United States — from its establishment in 1882 to the present. In essence, it serves as the Viatorians’ memory bank.

Its archival holdings include documents, photographs and artifacts pertaining to the operation of the Province, the Foundations and Institutions where Viatorians serve, and from the lives of individual Viatorian confreres and associates.

 Be sure to check this page periodically to see what’s been uncovered in the Archives from the Viatorian collections. Rediscovered quotes, photos, memorabilia, artifacts and a Bit of Viatorian History articles can be found here.

Can’t remember? Check back here to rediscover the latest Viatorian news. Once a story ages out of the home page, it relocates to the News Archives for safe keeping.

Have a piece of Viatorian history to share? Looking for research material? Contact Joan Sweeney, the Viatorian Community Archivist of the U.S. Province.

In this digital catalog of the deceased read the obituaries of Viatorians from the United States Province.

Learn more about what’s going on in the Viatorian Community Archives for
the United States Province.

The digital scrapbooks located in the photo gallery contain photos from various activities and celebrations.