This is a photograph of "Foundation Day - was celebrated at Loting in a fitting manner. Solemn High Mass in the morning with Fr. Rauschenbach as celebrant; Fr. Weber as deacon; and Fr. Fitzgerald as subdeacon. The Sisters and orphans sang the Mass."; Born in Missouri, Fr. Rauschenbach entered Maryknoll in 1918 and was ordained to the priesthood on June 15, 1924. He was assigned to South China, where he spent the next twenty-one years in Maryknoll's Kongmoon Vicariate. Fr. Otto used dispensaries and radio broadcasts to interest people in Christ's message. He was also responsible for many buildings, including the compound at Nanfau and hospital at Toishan. During World War II, while the entire Kongmoon Territory was encircled by the Japanese, Fr. Otto remained with his people during their time of need. On May 14, 1945, he was killed by bandits while ministering to the Christians in the area. -- Rev. Fitzgerald was born in Holyoke, MA. He began his studies for the priesthood with the Albany diocese, transferring to Maryknoll in 1919. He was ordained in 1920. He taught at the Venard initially and was assigned to Kongmoon, China in 1922. In 1925 he returned to the U.S. because of poor health. He remained in the U.S. for the rest of his life doing chiefly teaching and promotion work.