Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Pamphlets, reprints of articles, newspaper clippings, bibliographies, and unpublished papers relating to social issues such as labor unions, communism, economics, and civil rights, as well as a wide range of topics in moral theology (1935-1977); notes and syllabi for courses Cronin taught at St. Mary's Seminary (1967-ca.1974); copies of Cronin's unpublished report "The Problem of American Communism in 1945" (1945) completed for the National Catholic Welfare Conference; correspondence and...
Dates: 1935-1977 (bulk 1958-1977)
Scope and Content Chiefly letters received by Joseph Napoleon Perché and papers that had come into his possession, including documents concerning the controversy over the foundation of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd in the early 1830s, involving the founder, Saint Euphrasie Pelletier, and Basil Anthony Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross; also handwritten booklets of notes and instruction, 1824-1831, concerning moral theology, the service of God, contrition, Baptism, and Holy Scripture. Generally...
Scope and Content Transcripts and outlines of talks given during novenas to the Virgin Mary; outlines, plans, and notes on conducting retreats for prep school students, including one given in 1952 at St. Mary's Academy of South Bend, Indiana; outlines, notes, and articles for a textbook on dogmatic theology; and lecture notes for a theology course in Christian morals, primarily notes on the textbook The Christian Virtues by Charles Sheedy CSC.
Scope and Content Correspondence with Robert Speaight, 1941-1944, and others concerning Simon's work; manuscripts by Simon; newspaper and journal articles concerning Simon; reviews of his publications; and certificates and awards given Simon. Also microfilm of correspondence with editors, Supreme Court Justices, and John F. O'Hara, CSC, then President of Notre Dame; of clippings from Marquette University and Milwaukee newspapers; and of his journal, 1945-1949.