Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Papers (1950- ) documenting his work as book editor, Washington editor and editor-at-large for the National Catholic Reporter; consisting of correspondence, email, memoranda, research files, photocopies, drafts and manuscripts of writings (articles, essays, fiction, interviews), notes; a list of his books and works in progress; pocket-size appointment calendar books, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1996; with material on Msgr. Geno Baroni, how Catholicism confronts capitalism; pedophilia; the...
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 Content Correspondence, subject files, tape recordings, and lectures of the Center's directors (William Ryan, SJ, 1971-1977, and Peter Henriot, SJ, 1977- ); correspondence and subject files kept by staff members James Blewett, Mary Burke, Joe Holland, George Ann Potter, Maria Riley, Jim Hug, and Mike Schultheis; ledgers, contribution cards, and other financial files; manuscripts of books, pamphlets, and articles; position papers, back issues of Center Focus, and other Center publications; and minutes...
Scope and Content Filmstrips with associated audio cassette tapes and scripts, including "Every Heart Beats True," concerning conscientious objection and Catholic teaching on military service (1980), "Weapons in Space" (1984), "Whose Budget Is It Anyway?", and "Hostage at Hell's Bottom: the Economy and the Pentagon"; VHS video tapes, including "A Step Away from War" (1986) and "Citizen Ambassador Program" (1993); and many slides concerning peace and militarism.
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1950s-1982; writings such as book reviews, articles, lectures, unpublished manuscripts, and his dissertation, The Catholic Movement of Employers and Managers (1960); subject files on such topics as population, poverty, social justice, the Committee on Society, Development and Peace, the Pontifical Commission Justice and Peace, inter-faith dialogue with Protestants, Jews, Moslems, and Buddhists, and efforts to formulate a North American theology; records of the Interreligious...
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...