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  • About This Issue
    • Abstract: Historians of American Catholicism are living in strange times. On the one hand, thanks to the swift proliferation of online archives, we find ourselves with a surfeit of riches from the past. At the same time, many of these riches languish undiscovered for lack of the proper tools or networks to locate them. So argues Maria Mazzenga (The Catholic University of America), who introduces our forum on digitization and Catholic archives. We are grateful to Maria for organizing the forum, which includes contributions from Fernanda Perrone (Rutgers University, New Brunswick), Robert E. Carbonneau, CP (U.S. Catholic China Bureau), and Marian J. Barber (Catholic Archives of Texas). While each essay offers its own ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Catholic History for Today’s Church: How Our Past Illuminates Our
           Present by John W. O’Malley (review)
    • Abstract: “Style is . . . the ultimate vehicle of meaning . . . the interpretive key par excellence” (130). Thus O’Malley concludes his discussion of the documents of Vatican II. In reviewing his present book, it seems appropriate, then, first to identify its genre. This is not an ordinary historical work by O’Malley but rather a collection of occasional writings “for a general Catholic readership” (3). It has an index but no notes and no bibliography. And, speaking of style, O’Malley’s is always engaging and witty with a refreshing touch of irreverence. He divides the book into three parts: 1) The Papacy and the Popes, 2) Two Councils: Trent and Vatican II, and 3) The Church at Large. To readers with neither the time ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Embracing Our Inheritance: Jubilee Reflections on Korean American
           Catholics (1966–2016) ed. by Simon C. Kim & Francis Daeshin Kim (review)
           
    • Abstract: This collection of six essays comes from a conference with the same name as the subtitle of the book hosted by the Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology at DePaul University, Chicago, on November 14, 2015. (The Director of the Center, William T. Cavanaugh, provides the Foreword.) The event the jubilee of which the book celebrates is the official recognition of Korean Catholics as a distinct body of the faithful in the Archdiocese of San Francisco in 1966 by its then-Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken. The name “Korean American Catholics” was deliberately chosen by the Korean American Priests Association in 2013 to signify the fact that Korean Catholic immigrants in the United States ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Radical Faith: The Assassination of Sister Maura by Eileen Markey
           (review)
    • Abstract: Recalling El Salvador of the 1970s and 1980s, the legacy of martyrs carries important symbolic weight. In the United States, the “four American churchwomen,” who were raped and murdered by Salvadoran soldiers on December 4, 1980, possess that symbolic power. Yet, decades later, there is a danger in how symbols (and collective labels like “churchwomen”) can gloss over real lives. Jean Donovan, Ita Ford, Dorothy Kazel, and Maura Clarke have an important legacy. Thankfully, Eileen Markey provides not just Maura Clarke’s remarkable story in these pages, but also a thought-provoking study on the kind of faith that would inspire her courageous life’s journey. This book demonstrates that Maura Clarke’s faith was ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Dorothy Day, the World Will Be Saved by Beauty: An Intimate Portrait of My
           Grandmother by Kate Hennessy (review)
    • Abstract: Intimate is the operative word. Kate Hennessey, the youngest of Dorothy Day’s nine grandchildren born of her only child, Tamar, pens a portrait that is moving, sometimes lyrical, loving, beautifully written, a more than worthy addition to the corpus of writings by and about Dorothy Day, with Jim Forest’s All is Grace (Orbis, 2011), and Professor William Miller’s Dorothy Day: A Biography (Harper & Row, 1982). Hennessy corrects Dr. Miller who took for reality the portraits of characters in Dorothy’s 1924 roman a clef, The Eleventh Virgin. Although autobiographical, it is still a roman. Lionel Moise wasn’t at all as cruel as Miller portrays him. And we get a much fuller picture of Forster Batterham, Tamar’s ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Making of Working-Class Religion by Matthew Pehl (review)
    • Abstract: Matthew Pehl has written a gem of a book. In recent years, labor and working-class historians have devoted increasing attention to the role that religion has played in the lives of workers, while religious historians have begun to focus more on the class character of religious traditions. Pehl’s deeply researched, carefully constructed, and beautifully written volume brilliantly illustrates the rich potential of this welcome scholarly convergence. Although the book appears in the University of Illinois Press’s long-running series “The Working Class in American History,” it is every bit as much a work of religious history as one of labor history. Indeed, it melds these approaches seamlessly to produce a work ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Keeping the Vow: The Untold Story of Married Catholic Priests by D. Paul
           Sullins (review)
    • Abstract: In 1980, towards the beginning of his 26-year-long pontificate, Pope (now Saint) John Paul II opened a door to a married priesthood when he authorized the controversial Pastoral Provision. Even today, 37 years later, most American Catholics are shocked to learn that some married men serve as priests in the Roman Catholic Church. In meticulous (and at times very thick) detail, D. Paul Sullins, himself a Pastoral Provision priest and a sociologist, attempts to explain who these men are and what their journey into the predominantly celibate world of Catholic clergy has been like. While rich in both quantitative and qualitative data, Keeping the Vow is rife with curiosities and a couple of glaring ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Indian Pilgrims: Indigenous Journeys of Activism and Healing with Saint
           Kateri Tekakwitha by Michelle M. Jacob (review)
    • Abstract: This publication addresses the work of, and people associated with the Tekakwitha Conference, a national organization named after the first American Indian Catholic saint, Kateri Tekakwitha. Started by missionary-priests who worked on Plains Indian reservations in the 1960s, the Conference today plays an important role within Native Christian communities in both the United States and Canada. It does so through an annual summer gathering that brings together people who seek to support one another in their practice of a faith that affirms their Indian-Christian identity. Jacob, a member of the Yakama Nation in the state of Washington and an associate professor of education at the University of ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Polarization in the U.S. Catholic Church: Naming the Wounds, Beginning to
           Heal ed. by Mary Ellen Konieczny, Charles C. Camosy, Tricia C. Bruce
           (review)
    • Abstract: Dealing with a timely topic, Polarization in the U.S. Catholic Church is the product of a 2015 University of Notre Dame conference, where the eighteen articles in this volume were delivered. The contributors include several well-known authors, but more than half are newer scholars and several are not associated with educational institutions. This variety provides a fresh interpretation of long-term neuralgic problems for the church and adds creative approaches to solving them. The usual concerns about gender, sexuality, and authority are addressed, along with serious consideration of the link between religion and politics. Generational differences and changes in parish structures are deliberated in depth ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Catherine Spalding, SCN: A Life in Letters by Mary Ellen Doyle, SCN
           (review)
    • Abstract: Mary Ellen Doyle, SCN, presents Catherine Spalding, (1793–1858), as courageous and kindhearted. Born in Maryland, the third child of Edward and Juliet Boarman Spalding, Catherine experienced early childhood loss, uprooting, and placement with relatives as guardians. Moved westward, the rigors of pioneer life on the Kentucky frontier forged strength of character, an appealing personality, and effective relational skills. Benedict J. Flaget, first bishop of Bardstown, and his colleague, Bishop John B. David, were among Catherine’s collaborators in formulating her life-long mission of caring for others as a Sister of Charity of Nazareth (SCN). Doyle explains her schema for arranging the Spalding ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • A Harvey Cox Reader ed. by Robert Ellsberg (review)
    • Abstract: Reverend Dr. Cox has led an amazing life by any of the measures that mean the most to him. To read The Harvey Cox Reader is to travel through key terrains of post-war American theology, sociology, and politics that Cox has inhabited. In this collection of largely occasional essays, Harvey Cox speaks in a conversational tone conditioned by curiosity in and warmth for the Christian tradition. “I love to preach and do so whenever I am invited, often in my own Baptist congregation here in Cambridge,” he says in the book’s introduction (xvii), perfectly preparing us for a companionable, distinctively American Christian guide through the signs of the late-modern times. The Reader opens with ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Crossing Parish Boundaries: Race, Sports, and Catholic Youth in Chicago,
           1914–1954 by Timothy B. Neary (review)
    • Abstract: Timothy Neary’s Crossing Parish Boundaries examines the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) founded in Chicago in 1930 by Bishop Bernard Sheil. Sheil aimed to attract working class youth tempted by a secular world into morally-based athletic competitions. From the beginning, Sheil’s hoped to use the CYO as a mechanism to bridge the racial divide that threatened the stability of Chicago’s Southside neighborhoods since the advent of the Great Migration. The CYO’s foundation rested on parish-based men’s Holy Name and Big Brother Societies and school gymnasiums and community centers. Although a small minority of the city’s African American population, Black Catholics from St. Monica’s, St. Elizabeth’s ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Seminary Formation: Recent History, Current Circumstances, New Directions
           by Katarina Schuth (review)
    • Abstract: Seminary Formation: Recent History, Current Circumstances, New Directions by Katarina Schuth, is an update of an earlier work. The author has spent most of her professional life in seminary formation, and is recognized as an expert in the sociology of religion. Schuth begins with setting the historical context of seminary formation with the themes developed in Optatam Totius (Decree on Priestly Training). During the years immediately following the Council, the U.S. Bishops issued successive versions of the Program for Priestly Formation (PPF, now in its fifth edition), updating seminary training. Schuth notes that the direct references to Vatican II documents in each edition has decreased with more ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Commemorating the Centennial of Mother Cabrini’s Death
    • Abstract: Pope Francis was among the first to commemorate the centenary of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini’s death by acknowledging her legacy as the patron saint of migrants. After the Angelus on January 15, 2017, the World Day of Migrants and Refugees, the pope extolled her legacy. “This courageous Sister,” he said, “dedicated her life to bringing the love of Christ to those who were far from their homelands and families.” He lauded those “who work with migrants to welcome and support them in their difficulties” just as he encouraged them to persevere in the work after her example. “May her witness help us to take care of our foreign brothers and sisters, in whom Jesus is present, often suffering, rejected and ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • 2017 Catholic Press Awards
    • Abstract: ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Dissertation Abstracts
    • Abstract: Greiner, Katherine Alice, There is a Wideness to God’s University: Exploring and Embodying the Deep Stories, Wisdom, and Contributions of Women Religious in Catholic Higher Education. Boston College. ProQuest LLC, 2017. 10273371. Women Religious founded more than half of the current two hundred and sixty institutions of Catholic higher education in the United States. Rooted in a distinct mission to women’s education in the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, these colleges and universities have demonstrated a strong commitment to educate the politically, economically, educationally, and ecclesially marginalized, with particular emphasis on the empowerment of women. For nearly a century, these colleges and ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Introduction
    • Abstract: The practice of scholarly research is in a state of flux. On the one hand, more and more of the research materials we historians need to do our work are becoming available by way of the web. On the other hand, it’s difficult to keep up with exactly what’s going online for research, as there is no single “clearing house” cataloguing digital materials in Catholic studies as those materials become available. At the American Catholic Historical Association meeting in Denver in 2017, several archivists with expertise in Catholic historical archives held a roundtable to discuss some of the latest digital materials available on the web for research and teaching. Those archivists—Fernanda Perrone, Robert Carbonneau, and ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Finding Sisters in Cyberspace: Digitization and the Archives of
           Women’s Religious Communities
    • Abstract: Roman Catholic sisters are everywhere in cyberspace: on websites, blogs, podcasts, and many social media platforms. Resources range from the online news and information resource Global Sisters Report to the faith community and vocation resource A Nun’s Life Ministry to a women religious app sponsored by the Council of Major Superiors of Women Religious.4 Individuals have created resources such as Willing Hearts about the experience of Holy Cross Sisters as nurses during the U.S. Civil War, which the authors describe as creative non-fiction.5 New websites appear all the time. Comprehensive, robust, and scholarly digital projects documenting women religious have been fewer and more difficult to find, however, but ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Archival Stewardship: Memory and Reconciliation
    • Abstract: Accepting the request of Dr. Mazzenga to be a participant on “Scholarship, Digitization, Collaboration: Future Directions in Catholic Archives and Research” at the January 2017 American Catholic Historical Association in Denver, Colorado prompted me to move beyond my historical comfort zone. I have opted to reflect on archival stewardship as it applies to memory and reconciliation. I believe this topic is an important perspective faced by numerous archives of male and female religious congregations in the United States. Membership, structural and economic resources are so much different than they were one hundred years ago. Increasingly, this has had a direct impact on religious archival education and ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Shining a Light on Hidden Collections and Catholic News Media
    • Abstract: As director of the Catholic Archives of Texas, a statewide repository of material from the early sixteenth century to the present, I am acutely aware of the many issues involved in carrying out our mission of collecting, preserving, and making available as appropriate thousands of records, photographs, books, and artifacts that document the Catholic experience in Texas. Collecting actually comes fairly easily, but preserving material and making it available to church offices, individual Catholics, academic researchers, genealogists, and others pose greater challenges. Digitization offers a promising option for meeting them. This discussion will focus on three ongoing efforts to use digitization to ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • To ‘Prepare White Youngsters’: The Catholic School Busing Program in
           the Archdiocese of Chicago
    • Abstract: On January 26, 1968, the New World, the Archdiocese of Chicago newspaper, published a letter on busing penned by the archbishop, Cardinal John Cody. In the letter, Cody announced that the Catholic School Board was working on a busing plan for the archdiocese.1 Cody became archbishop of the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1965. According to historian Karen Johnson, Cody’s more “authoritarian governing style” created problems for Chicago’s Catholic interracialists. However, as indicated by his letter, Cody often supported racial integration and African American civil rights. While serving as archbishop of New Orleans, Cody “engineered the excommunication of racist Leander Perez.” While in Chicago, Cody initially ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Bill Hansen: A Catholic Activist in the Civil Rights Movement
    • Abstract: As the largest American denomination, with an estimated forty million believers in 1960, one could reasonably expect to find a sizeable number of Catholics among participants in the civil rights movement. However, observers have remarked on a conspicuous absence of Catholics among civil rights activists. William Osborne, writing in 1967 about American Catholics and race relations, mentioned “the reluctance of rank-and-file Catholics . . . to participate on the Freedom Rides, the sit-ins and picket lines.” Historian John T. McGreevy, whose highly regarded study, Parish Boundaries, explored “the Catholic encounter with race” in the urban North, noted “the miniscule Catholic presence” in the civil rights movement ... Read More
      Keywords: Korean Americans; Clarke, Maura,; Working class; Catholic Church; Tekakwitha, Kateri,; Spalding, Catherine,; African American youth; Catholic theological seminaries; Cabrini, Frances Xavier,; Christian saints; Dissertations, Academic; Nuns; Women; Me
      PubDate: 2017-10-30T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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