Lucey, Robert Emmet, 1891-1977.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
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Letters from Archbishops Robert E. Lucey of San Antonio and Samuel A. Stritch of Chicago to McMahon, a liberal Catholic internationalist and Notre Dame faculty member, concerning peace and internationalist issues.
Scope and Content Correspondence, photographs, slides, negatives, films, postcards, holy cards, financial records, articles, pamphlets, record albums, and lectures and editorials by Maurice Lavanoux. Correspondents include Jacques Maritain, Archbishop Robert Lucey, Monsignor Reynold Hillenbrand, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Bishop Edwin V. O'Hara, Marc Chagall, Eleanor Roosevelt, Ivan Mestrovic, Siegfried Guggenheim, Theodore Hesburgh, CSC, Francis W. Kervick, Monsignor John Tracy Ellis, Harvey Cox...
Scope and Content Correspondence concerning the Vietnam War, Lucey's trip to South Vietnam as an observer of the 1967 election, his friendship with Lyndon Johnson, his participation in the Second Vatican Council, the papal encyclical Humanae Vitae, civil rights, Latin America, and the plight of the migrant farm worker; records relating to the archbishop's residence in San Antonio; sermons, invitations, programs, clippings and memorabilia from anniversary celebrations; and records of the Bishops' Committee for...
- Art and religion 1
- Catholic Action 1
- Catholic Church and art -- United States 1
- Christian art and symbolism 1
- Church work with migrant labor 1
- International cooperation 1
- Letters (correspondence) 1
- Liturgical movement -- Catholic Church 1
- Liturgy and art -- United States 1
- Mexican Americans -- Social conditions 1
- Migrant labor 1
- Peace -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church 1
- Social justice 1
- Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975. 1 + ∧ less