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Files representing Quigley's association with the Christian Family Movement South Bend Federation, including files on CFM conventions at Notre Dame, 1950s; and University of Notre Dame Faculty Senate documents, 1967-1971, including a few manuscripts and annotations.
Minutes, memoranda, newsletters, clippings, and a scrapbook.
Correspondence, minutes, reports, newsletters (1962-1968), notes taken by Bill and Mary Connolly, leaders of the chapter, and subject files on such topics as school integration, E. Michael McCann's 1968 Milwaukee County district attorney campaign, George McGovern's 1972 presidential campaign, the John XXIII Community (1967), and the St. Martin de Porres Group (1963-1967).
Photocopy of Clark's diaries, 1948-1989; manuscripts of essays, bibliographies, articles, book reviews, proposals, clippings, and offprints; concerning Irish studies, urban history, labor, public housing, desegregation, and Catholic Action; with a few letters and memoranda, a register of the Clark Papers in the Balch Institute of Ethnic Studies, a television script, and an interview with Clark (1976).
Files on Catholic Action, high school and college Young Christian Students, and related movements, including correspondence, study weeks, programs, pamphlets, mimeographed material, and bulletins; with publications of JOC (Young Christian) movements in France.
Sermons and speeches by Cavanaugh and a draft of a letter by Cavanaugh to Estes Kefauver on juvenile delinquency.
Sermons, lectures, poetry, printed material, and manuscripts of articles by Gallagher and others; concerning scripture, sacraments, meditation, Catholic Action, and other religious topics, and Celtic languages, especially Gaelic (Irish). Also the manuscript of a short novel, James Gallagher.
Records of the Institute of Lay Theology at the University of San Francisco; files representing the Board of Directors, ILT finances, curriculum, admissions procedures, faculty, students, and graduates; consisting of minutes, meeting material, correspondence, reports, publications, publicity, reference material, notes, class material, and field material; with records also of the School of Applied Theology.
Papers (1960-1997) collected by Marilyn K. Lukas documenting the Lay Apostolate: Cardijn Associates, Young Christian Workers, Christian Family Movement, and the work of Msgr. Reynold Hillenbrand; 9 audio cassettes (mostly Cardijn Associates tapes, 1991-1997, including two by Fr. Steven Avella); and 10 CDs containing an audio recording of Msgr. Reynold Hillenbrand conducting a CFM retreat in the 1950s; and digital files containing newsletters published by Cardijn Associates.
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.
National Federation of Catholic College Students, Mt. St. Vincent College Chapter, New York City Records
Oral history interviews conducted under the auspices of the University of Notre Dame Archives, including audio recordings and transcriptions of interviews on Catholic Action and Social Justice; the National Catholic Reporter; and Notre Dame faculty, staff, and students. Governed by agreements with the people interviewed, some of these are open for use and some closed or restricted.
Proceedings of national workshops for priests who served as spiritual moderators of the National Conference of Catholic Men (NCCM) and National Conference of Catholic Women (NCCW), 1949-1951; proceedings of regional priests' workshops on the Lay Apostolate, 1950-1951; correspondence and meeting material from priests' workshops on the lay apostolate, 1950-1951; and related correspondence and clippings, 1950-1955.
Correspondence, minutes, newsletters and articles concerning the Christian Family Movement and the National Peace Academy campaign initiated by Lucy and her husband Dan Lucey in 1966.
Two scrapbooks compiled by Darby containing clippings and a few letters concerning the Labor School in New Rochelle.
Records of college Young Christian Students, including correspondence; minutes of meetings, study workshops, study days, study weeks, and retreats; newsletters, reports, working documents, pamphlets, inquiry booklets and mimeographed circulars; also papers collected by Mary Good from her participation in Young Christian Workers.