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Scope and Content Pamphlets, leaflets, novenas, liturgical booklets, catechisms, pastoral lettters, papal encyclicals, reprints, and miscellaneous issues of periodicals; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, anti- Catholicism, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and...
Scope and Content Correspondence (1930s-1983) with Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Paul Hanley Furfey, Reynold Hillenbrand, Bernard J. Sheil, and Leo R. Ward, and a letter from Dorothy Day; diaries, 1940s-1980s; her writings, including articles and lectures; original notes and multiple drafts of the manuscript of her unpublished memoirs; scrapbooks and clippings about both Makletzoff and Friendship House, with a folder concerning the court- martial case of Bernard James; minutes of directors' meetings and other...
Scope and Content Audio recordings and transcripts of Terminiello's memoirs, dictated in 1962, with exhibits prepared by Terminiello to illustrate them, including letters, sermons, clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and copies of Terminiello's newspapers, Saint Teresa's Village News (1940-1941) and The Crusader (1941);concerning social justice, Terminiello's anti-communist Union of Christian Crusaders, Gerald L. K. Smith and the America First Party, charges of fascism, racism, antisemitism, and rabble-rousing...
Scope and Contents Photographs and photomechanical prints of individual Catholic clergy and religious, especially portraits of the Popes and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church; religious artwork; groups of Catholic religious, clergy, and lay people; Catholic missions and missionaries in the United States, Japan, and India, specifically the Bengal region which became East Pakistan and then Bangladesh; and Catholic churches, schools, orphanages, and other institutions. The photographs and prints...
Dates: [ca. 1870 - ca. 1910].
Scope and Content Books having to do with the history of the Catholic Church in the United States and territories that eventually became part of the U.S.; reference works likely to be helpful to researchers in the Notre Dame Archives; and books collected by Francis P. Clark.
Scope and Content Memoranda, research papers, xeroxed articles, and ephemera in support of the composition and revision of the United States Bishops' Pastoral Letter on the Economy; drafts, recommendations, and amendments of the letter, correspondence among bishops, and records of committees, including the Ad Hoc Committee on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy. Also papers, 1957-1968, representing his early work as a lay missionary in Puerto Rico; lectures and essays reflecting his interests as an...
Scope and Content Clippings, obituaries, memorial cards, ordination cards, invitations, programs, jubilee booklets, biographical sketches, pamphlets, books, issues of periodicals, musical scores, circulars letters, and correspondence; pertaining to lives of Catholic clergy and religious (bishops, priests, nuns, and brothers) most of them from Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio.
Scope and Content Negatives (nearly all black and white) made by photographing drawings or photographic prints from our collections, generally having to do with the University of Notre Dame or the history of the Catholic Church in America.
Scope and Content A few original manuscripts, but chiefly photocopies, transcriptions, and translations of correspondence and documents concerning the history of the Catholic Church in Kentucky; correspondents include missionary priest Stephen T. Badin and bishops John Baptist David, Benedict Joseph Flaget, Martin John Spalding, Peter Joseph Lavialle, and William George McCloskey. Portraits of Catholic clergy and religious along with photographs and photomechanical prints of Catholic churches,...
Scope and Content Pamphlets, periodicals, and printed ephemera collected by the University of Notre Dame Archives; concerning the history of Catholicism in the United States, Catholic tradition, doctrine, clergy, religious orders, celibacy, Canon Law, Catholic Action, the Bible, the social teaching of the popes, labor unions, scholasticism, immigration; the Second Vatican Council, birth control, saints, the Irish, Catholic missions and missionaries, Catholic education, Fascism, communism, socialism, racism,...
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1886-1896; canonical faculties and official certificates given to Straniero, 1823-1886; Straniero's report on the state of the Catholic Church in America, "Rapporto Sullo Stato della Chiesa Cattolica negli Stati Uniti d'America," 1886; and cards, poems, and letters welcoming Straniero.
Scope and Content Journals, personal correspondence, business correspondence, and memorabilia including broadsides and advertisements, calling and business cards, invitations, announcements, menus, post cards, programs, religious objects, tickets, and passes; class records including student lists, grade books, student exams and class notes, files on student organizations, and other student records; records of the Lemonnier Library including correspondence, library subscription and use records, publishers'...
Dates: 1859-1914 (bulk 1880-1909)
Scope and Content Correspondence dealing mostly with Shea's writing and his financial difficulties; manuscripts of the first three volumes of his History of the Catholic Church in the United States; and a manuscript of his American Martyrology: lives of Catholic missionaries killed on the Indian missions in Canada and the United States from the earliest times.
Scope and Content Identified on the cover of each notebook as: "Historical Memoranda collected by Rev. Joseph A. Thie, at one time pastor of St. Paul's Parish, Tell City, Indiana". Thirty-nine notebooks roughly 7" x 8", with alphabetically arranged tabs bearing names of states. The notes tend to provide some scrap of information about a Catholic church, priest, or bishop, with few citations of sources. For example: "Buffalo, Jan 1890. St. Adelbert's Parish. This young parish has serious trouble over change of...
Scope and Content Alphabetical subject files documenting his work as a teacher, pastor, and bishop, with correspondence, reports, notes, clippings, articles published in periodicals, retreats, courses, and documentation of his thinking on a wide variety of topics; files documenting his trips within and outside the United States; files of his writings, including homilies, articles, talks, and his doctoral dissertation, "The Church - World Relationship according to the Writings of Yves Congar, OP"; transparencies...
Scope and Content Five reels of letters from the United States to the Ludwig Mission Society and two reels of the society's magazine, Annalen der Glaubensverbreitung, volumes one through twenty-one (1848-1868), in which many of the letters were published. Correspondents include Rev. Franz Xaver Weninger, bishops Frederick Baraga, Egidius Jünger, Joseph Melcher, Ignatius Mrak, Michael O'Connor, Maurice de Saint-Palais, Rupert Seidenbusch, OSB, John Timon, CM, Richard V. Whelan, and others. Most...
Scope and Content Professional and personal correspondence; notes, galleys, and manuscripts of books written by O'Connell; articles and reviews collected or written by O'Connell; and collected sermons given by O'Connell, with a tape recording of his sermon for the consecration of Bishop James P. Shannon (31 March 1965); also a full run of clippings and typed submissions of a newspaper column, written by O'Connell, 1966-1974, on a wide variety of religious, social and political topics; and photographs. ...
Scope and Content Mimeographed handouts, reports, correspondence, audio tapes, and printed ephemera having to do with Msgr. Joseph Cardijn and the Young Christian Workers, an organization associated with the Catholic Action or lay apostolate movement.
Scope and Content Anniversary books, pamphlets, dedications, financial statements, invitations, directories, bulletins, and newspaper clippings representing Catholic parishes throughout the United States, with more material for Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana than for other states; a few photographs, mainly from Indiana and Kentucky.
Scope and Content Papers of Philip J. Murnion, 1961-2003; consisting of talks, lecture material, board meeting files, lay ministry material, files on Church trends, social ministry, community, small Christian communities, culture ministers, parishes, pastors, Pastoral Life Conferences, social justice, inner city ministry, Catholic schools, Biblical studies, Call to Action, Mexico, military chaplains, Cardinal Bernardin, the Second Vatican Council, civil rights, Brencanda, and other material of interest to the...
Scope and Content Portraits, mostly photographic, of individuals associated with the Catholic Church in America and/or Notre Dame, arranged alphabetically by last name.
Scope and Content Manuscripts of literary and philosophical essays, articles, lectures, and books; notebooks and diaries (1947-1986), correspondence (1954-1987), and alphabetical files; involving Jacques Maritain, Soren Kierkegaard, Thomas Aquinas, Boethius, G.K. Chesterton, Graham Greene, Evelyn Waugh, Walker Percy, and other philosophers and writers; concerning contemporary Thomism, analogy, natural law, Humanae Vitae, the Second Vatican Council, and changes in the Catholic Church; with drafts and some galleys...
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1864-1910, including letters from many bishops and correspondence with Eliza Allen Starr, John Gilmary Shea, Charles O'Conor, and James F. Edwards; clippings, 1880s-1910; research notes; manuscripts of his History of the Catholic Church in the United States; and biographical information on bishops.
Scope and Content Scrapbook of newspaper clippings concerning his career; with a resolution passed by the board of directors of the Knights of Columbus at Stritch's death, 1958.
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1936-1969; writings such as manuscripts of his publications, lectures, research notes, and manuscripts of other scholars' works collected by McAvoy; correspondence and copies of historical documents collected by McAvoy during a research trip to Europe, 1960-1961; and personal records such as tax returns, calendars, notes, address books, obituaries, clippings and letters of condolence concerning McAvoy's death, 1930-1969. The ...
Scope and Content Papers of Timothy Unsworth, consisting of nine linear feet of manuscript material, chiefly drafts and copies of his writings with related correspondence, but also including his master's thesis and diploma; also five linear inches of high-school yearbooks and seven linear inches of video tapes of his television appearances.
- Catholic Church -- United States -- History 7
- Clippings (information artifacts) 5
- Catholic Church -- United States -- Bishops 4
- Letters. 4
- Catholic Action 3
- Catholic Church -- United States 3
- Catholic Church -- United States -- History -- 20th century 3
- Communism 3
- Fascism 3
- Monasticism and religious orders 3
- Racism 3
- Agnosticism 2
- Agriculture 2
- Atheism 2
- Bible 2
- Birth control 2
- Canon law 2
- Catholic Church -- Bishops -- Correspondence 2
- Catholic Church -- Middle West 2
- Catholic Church -- United States -- Biography 2 ∧ less
- Latin 3
- French 2
- Italian 2
- German 1
- University of Notre Dame. Archives. 4
- Edwards, James F. (James Farnham), 1850-1911. 3
- Bernardin, Joseph Louis, 1928- 2
- Clark, Francis P. (Francis Patrick), 1936-1979. 2
- Shea, John Dawson Gilmary, 1824-1892. 2
- America First Party. 1
- Badin, Stephen T. (Stephen Theodore), 1768-1853. 1
- Baraga, Frederic, 1797-1868. 1
- Boethius. 1
- Cardijn, Joseph, 1882-1967. 1
- Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Louisville (Ky.) 1
- Catholic Church. Diocese of Bardstown (Ky). 1
- Catholic Church. Diocese of Saginaw (Mich.) 1
- Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. 1
- Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops. Ad Hoc Committee on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy. 1
- Catholic Church. Plenary Council (2nd : 1866 : Baltimore, Md.) 1
- Chesterton, G.K. (Gilbert Keith). 1
- Clarke, Richard H. (Richard Henry), 1827-1911. 1
- David, John Baptist Mary, 1761-1841. 1
- Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980. 1 ∧ less