Catholic Church -- Periodicals
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1948-1980; project and OSV office files, 1948-1980; Nevins' writings, such as editorials, articles, talks, and book reviews; reference material used in his work; material documenting Nevins' involvement with the Catholic Press Association (CPA) including press releases, correspondence, interviews, work papers, and financial records of CPA's Latin American Seminar, 1961-1962; minutes of board of director's meetings, and financial records of CPA, 1969-1980; minutes of the Catholic...
Scope and Content 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.
Scope and Content Files of clippings and other printed material about the Catholic press and Catholic periodicals, with a few files representing the secular press; also some files representing the work of Eugene P. Willging concerning the Catholic press.
Scope and Content Correspondence (1873-1933) with contributors of articles or poetry including Eliza Allen Starr, Charles Warren Stoddard, Maurice Francis Egan, Christian Reid (Frances Tiernan), and many others both in this country and in England; letters from Archbishop Patrick William Riordan, and Bishops Bernard McQuaid, John Lancaster Spalding, and Camillus Paul Maes; a manuscript by Eliza Allen Starr, Woman in Art; part of Bishop Sylvester Rosecrans' autobiographical account of his conversion; photographs,...
Scope and Content Correspondence (approximately one linear foot) of Robert E. Burns (editor of U.S. Catholic, formerly Voice of St. Jude). Burns retired as editor in June of 1984. Editorial files, 1959-1984, including correspondence with contributors, readers, and other editors and publishers of the Catholic press. Very few, if any, of the letters could be considered personal. The correspondence is filed by year, but is not organized within each year. The files do not appear to be complete as there are few...