The Catholic Experience In America

Author: Joseph A. Varacalli
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313325830
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The Catholic Experience In America from the Author: Joseph A. Varacalli. Provides a perspective on how Catholics, the largest single religious group in the United States, have interacted with American culture throughout the history of the country and up to the present day.

American Catholic Arts And Fictions

Author: Paul Giles
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521417778
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American Catholic Arts And Fictions from the Author: Paul Giles. Examines how secular transformations of religious ideas have helped to shape the style and substance of works by American writers, filmmakers and artists from Catholic backgrounds.

Black And Catholic

Author: Jamie Therese Phelps
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Black And Catholic from the Author: Jamie Therese Phelps. This text seeks to address the issue of education for African-American Catholics. The book argues for reform in Catholic higher education, suggesting that particular attention be paid to the inclusion and integration of the African-American experience in Catholic theology.

American Catholics

Author: James J. Hennesey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198020368
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American Catholics from the Author: James J. Hennesey. Written by one of the foremost historians of American Catholicism, this book presents a comprehensive history of the Roman Catholic Church in America from colonial times to the present. Hennesey examines, in particular, minority Catholics and developments in the western part of the United States, a region often overlooked in religious histories.

A Liberalism Safe For Catholicism

Author: Daniel Philpott
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Pess
ISBN: 0268101736
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A Liberalism Safe For Catholicism from the Author: Daniel Philpott. This volume is the third in the “Perspectives from The Review of Politics” series, following The Crisis of Modern Times, edited by A. James McAdams (2007), and War, Peace, and International Political Realism, edited by Keir Lieber (2009). In A Liberalism Safe for Catholicism?, editors Daniel Philpott and Ryan Anderson chronicle the relationship between the Catholic Church and American liberalism as told through twenty-seven essays selected from the history of the Review of Politics, dating back to the journal’s founding in 1939. The primary subject addressed in these essays is the development of a Catholic political liberalism in response to the democratic environment of nineteenth- and twentieth-century America. Works by Jacques Maritain, Heinrich Rommen, and Yves R. Simon forge the case for the compatibility of Catholicism and American liberal institutions, including the civic right of religious freedom. The conversation continues through recent decades, when a number of Catholic philosophers called into question the partnership between Christianity and American liberalism and were debated by others who rejoined with a strenuous defense of the partnership. The book also covers a wide range of other topics, including democracy, free market economics, the common good, human rights, international politics, and the thought of John Henry Newman, John Courtney Murray, and Alasdair MacIntyre, as well as some of the most prominent Catholic thinkers of the last century, among them John Finnis, Michael Novak, and William T. Cavanaugh. This book will be of special interest to students and scholars of political science, journalists and policymakers, church leaders, and everyday Catholics trying to make sense of Christianity in modern society.

Catholics In America

Author: Patrick W. Carey
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275982553
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Catholics In America from the Author: Patrick W. Carey. With one of the longest and richest histories of any religious denomination in America, the Roman Catholics are profiled here from Colonial times to the present.

The Shamrock And The Cross

Author: Eileen P. Sullivan
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Pess
ISBN: 0268093032
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The Shamrock And The Cross from the Author: Eileen P. Sullivan. In The Shamrock and the Cross: Irish American Novelists Shape American Catholicism, Eileen P. Sullivan traces changes in nineteenth-century American Catholic culture through a study of Catholic popular literature. Analyzing more than thirty novels spanning the period from the 1830s to the 1870s, Sullivan elucidates the ways in which Irish immigration, which transformed the American Catholic population and its institutions, also changed what it meant to be a Catholic in America. In the 1830s and 1840s, most Catholic fiction was written by American-born converts from Protestant denominations; after 1850, most was written by Irish immigrants or their children, who created characters and plots that mirrored immigrants’ lives. The post-1850 novelists portrayed Catholics as a community of people bound together by shared ethnicity, ritual, and loyalty to their priests rather than by shared theological or moral beliefs. Their novels focused on poor and working-class characters; the reasons they left their homeland; how they fared in the American job market; and where they stood on issues such as slavery, abolition, and women’s rights. In developing their plots, these later novelists took positions on capitalism and on race and gender, providing the first alternative to the reigning domestic ideal of women. Far more conscious of American anti-Catholicism than the earlier Catholic novelists, they stressed the dangers of assimilation and the importance of separate institutions supporting a separate culture. Given the influence of the Irish in church institutions, the type of Catholicism they favored became the gold standard for all American Catholics, shaping their consciousness until well into the next century.

Historical Dictionary Of Catholicism

Author: William J. Collinge
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810879794
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Historical Dictionary Of Catholicism from the Author: William J. Collinge. With about one billion members, the Catholic Church is one of the world’s largest religious bodies, and its history is crucially linked to global events. In the Historical Dictionary of Catholicism, author William J. Collinge provides the reader with a comprehensive introduction to the theology, doctrines, and worship of the religion. He covers the entire Catholic tradition from the time of Jesus to the present, including the periods before the present division of Christianity into Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant. Collinge has also included entries on heretical, schismatic, and dissident movements within Catholicism, and he covers the relation of Catholicism to other Christian traditions, to the major non-Christian religions, and to Western cultural and philosophical traditions. The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Catholicism has been updated to reflect recent developments in the Catholic Church, most notably the death of Pope John Paul II and his succession by Pope Benedict XVI. An updated introduction precedes the main body of the dictionary, which contains more than 500 alphabetical, cross-referenced entries covering persons, organizations, places, events, titles, and concepts. The entries are followed by several appendixes on popes, ecumenical councils, the documents of Vatican Council II, major papal encyclicals, and Catholic prayers, and a comprehensive bibliography provides the researcher with further readings. The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Catholicism is an ideal access point for students, researchers, or anyone interested in the history of the Catholic Church.

Rome In America

Author: Peter R. D'Agostino
Publisher: Univ of North Carolina Press
ISBN: 0807863416
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Rome In America from the Author: Peter R. D'Agostino. For years, historians have argued that Catholicism in the United States stood decisively apart from papal politics in European society. The Church in America, historians insist, forged an "American Catholicism," a national faith responsive to domestic concerns, disengaged from the disruptive ideological conflicts of the Old World. Drawing on previously unexamined documents from Italian state collections and newly opened Vatican archives, Peter D'Agostino paints a starkly different portrait. In his narrative, Catholicism in the United States emerges as a powerful outpost within an international church that struggled for three generations to vindicate the temporal claims of the papacy within European society. Even as they assimilated into American society, Catholics of all ethnicities participated in a vital, international culture of myths, rituals, and symbols that glorified papal Rome and demonized its liberal, Protestant, and Jewish opponents. From the 1848 attack on the Papal States that culminated in the creation of the Kingdom of Italy to the Lateran Treaties in 1929 between Fascist Italy and the Vatican that established Vatican City, American Catholics consistently rose up to support their Holy Father. At every turn American liberals, Protestants, and Jews resisted Catholics, whose support for the papacy revealed social boundaries that separated them from their American neighbors.

Landscapes Of Encounter

Author: Liam Gearon
Publisher: University of Calgary Press
ISBN: 1552380483
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Landscapes Of Encounter from the Author: Liam Gearon. Since Moore's death in 1999, there have been no systematic pieces of full-length Moore scholarship. this book represents a timely literary treatment & fitting tribute to Moore as novelist. This is an in-depth study of the writings on Brian Moore that considers the convergence of literature with theology. Many critics have discussed how Moore's life is reflected in his works, while others have dismissed his fictions as simple narratives in the mould of classical realism. In the book, Gearon contends that Moore was one of the great observers of Catholicism in all its modern & historical controversy. The book builds upon five decades of Moore criticism & scholarship. Looks at most -- if not all -- of Moore's works spanning from 'Judith Hearne' (1955) to 'The Magician's Wife' (1997).