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Digitized copies of articles, speeches, homilies, statements, and other writings of Ricardo Ramírez, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Las Cruces (New Mexico).
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.
Letters addressed to the Charles H. Ridder, editor and publisher of the Catholic News, almost all from prominent members of the American Catholic community and most replying to the News' inquiry regarding the advisability of establishing a Catholic daily in the United States.
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.
Transcripts of 65 letters concerning the Catholic history of the state of Indiana from 1787-1837. Correspondents include Pope Benedict XIV, Cardinal Leonardo Antonelli, and Archbishop Joseph Signay; Bishops Jean-Oliver Briand, Simon Bruté, Edward Dominic Fenwick, Joseph Octave Plessis, and Joseph Rosati; and Charles Carroll, Jean Baptiste Louis Crévier, F.X. Dufaux, Pierre Gibault, Sebastian Meurin, Gabriel Richard, and John Tessier.
Correspondence concerning the foundation of the Fathers of Mercy in the United States. Includes 34 transcribed and xeroxed letters written between Bach and Fathers Jean Baptiste Rauzan, SPM, and Jacques Le Vassuer, SPM, both of whom were at the Fathers of Mercy House in Paris. Also includes a xerox of a 1932 letter to Thomas McAvoy, CSC, concerning Bach.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Portraits, mostly photographic, of individuals associated with the Catholic Church in America and/or Notre Dame, arranged alphabetically by last name.
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.
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.
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.