Wiltgen, Ralph (Michael)
WILTGEN, Ralph (Michael)
WILTGEN, Ralph (Michael). American, b. 1921. Genres: History, Theology/Religion, Third World, Documentaries/Reportage. Career: Roman Catholic Priest; Member, Society of the Divine Word (S.V.D.). Publicity and Public Relations Director, Techny, Illinois, 1953-58, Alexishafen, Papua New Guinea, 1958-60, and Rome, Italy, 1960-63; Editor, Arnoldus, Rome, 1960- 63; Editor and Director of Council News Service, Rome, 1962-65; Historical Research, 1965-. Publications: Gold Coast Mission History 1471-1880, 1956; The Rhine Flows into the Tiber: A History of Vatican II, 1967; The Religious Life Defined, 1970; The Founding of the Roman Catholic Church in Oceania 1825 to 1850, 1979; (ed.) A History of the Divine Word Missionaries, 1981; (ed.) Online Union Catalog of Periodicals of the Theological Library Network, 1982; How to Use a Computer in Ten Easy Lessons, 1983. Address: Collegio del Verbo Divino, Cas. Post. 5080, Rome, Italy.