The Southern Cross (Argentina)
|Publisher||Dr. Guillermo MacLoughlin Bréard|
|Headquarters||Ríobamba 451 (4°C)
|Website||The Southern Cross|
- For the constellation, see Southern Cross; for the Japanese animated science fiction series, see The Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross
The Southern Cross is an Argentine newspaper founded on January 16, 1875, by Patrick Joseph Dillon (1842–1889), a Roman Catholic priest, editor and politician, born in Tuam, east Co. Galway, Ireland. Fr. Dillon was appointed a deputy for Buenos Aires Province and president of the Presidential Affairs Commission amongst other positions. He was one of the legislators who proposed Buenos Aires as the federal capital.
The Southern Cross was the first entirely Roman Catholic English language publication in Buenos Aires, and continues in print to this day on a monthly basis. A downloadable version can be obtained at The Southern Cross website.
- "Quiénes somos?". The Southern Cross.
- "Guillermo MacLoughlin Bréard es el nuevo Director de The Southern Cross". The Southern Cross.
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