Articles by Ong, 1929-1939
"Catholic Scouts at the Jamboree." Catholic Register 12 Sept. 1929: 1.
A large number of news articles, editorials, and feature articles in the Rockhurst Sentinel (Kansas City, MO), Sept. 1929 - May 1933, signed and unsigned.
"The Scout Jamboree." The Queen's Work. Nov. 1929.
Series of twenty-one signed travelogue articles and original photographs reporting on a trip to Europe as a member of the "Heart of America Troop" of Boy Scouts of America visiting the World Jamboree of Boy Scouts at Birkenhead, England, and other places. Kansas City Journal-Post 10 July - 8 Sept. 1929.
A large number of news articles, feature articles, and editorials, with or without by-line or signature, in the Annuciator, a publication issued about every two months, but irregularly, in the interests of Annunciation Parish, Kansas City, MO, from its beginning in about Oct. 1931, to its discontinuance in about Feb. 1934. Most pieces written by Ong, though some occasional articles by Ong's brother, Richard Mense Ong. Ong was publisher, business manager, and editor of the Annunciator. The pastor of Annunciation Parish was Rev. Matthew D. Tierney. The Annunciator was distributed free to parishoners at Sunday Mass and supported itself by advertisements sold by the business manager, to whom it provided a small income after publication costs were paid.
Foreword. Virgil's Bimillenium [sic]: A Symposium by the Latin Seminar of Rockhurst College, Kansas City, MO, 1930-31. Ed. Ong. 1931. 7.
"The Laocoon Episode in English Hexameter." Virgil's Bimillenium [sic]: A Symposium by the Latin Seminar of Rockhurst college, Kansas City, MO, 1930-31. Ed. Ong. 1931. 19.
"Afternoon." Fleur de Lis 39 (Dec. 1939): 18.
"Cosmologist." Fleur de Lis 38 (May 1939): 17. Poem.
"Kateri Tekakwitha." America 14 Oct. 1939: 62. Poem. Rpt in The Second American Book of Verse, 1930-1955. Ed. Harold C. Gardiner. New York: America P, 1955. 155-56.
"Literature and the Too-Much Praised." Jesuit Educational Quarterly 2 (Sept. 1939): 93-94.
"Words at Work." Fleur de Lis
39 (Dec. 1939): 5-7.