Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Correspondence, proposals, reports, surveys, mailings, ledgers, salary schedules, calendars, press releases, agenda, minutes, case studies, constitutions, contracts, retirement plans, fund-raising papers, invoices, receipts, tax returns, newsletters, and photographs; concerning diocesan and religious priests, priestly training, pastoral development, Jewish oppression, anti-Semitism, concern for the poor, abortion, battered children, black clergy, busing, celibacy, canon law, research and...
Scope and Content Correspondence of CMSM presidents, executive directors, executive comittee, and other committees; memoranda and reports from regional meetings and yearly general assemblies; an evaluation study of CMSM and records of the work of the CMSM Structures Task Force in response to the study; a copy of the book Who are my brothers? (1988) with related drafts, galleys, and correspondence; byproducts of a CMSM video, Brother is a Verb; microfilm of Joseph A. Varacalli's The American Catholic call for...
Scope and Content Correspondence, manuscripts, and printed material including clippings and offprints of articles, columns, and book reviews; representing Breig's interest in Catholicism, the Garabandal Apparitions, abortion, and Humanae Vitae; with samples of editorial work and promotional material, cartoons by Earl Wolf based on ideas suggested by Breig, and poems by Breig's friends; also a small quantity of photographs, certificates and drawings by Breig, including material from...
Scope and Content Papers (1974-2010) consisting of notes, agenda, reports, correspondence, speeches, articles, writings, and presentations; with files on family issues, adolescents and sex, abortion, in vitro fertilization, birth control, Catholic education, women religious, the role of the laity, the Hastings Center, the National Pastoral Life Center, and the Catholic Common Ground Project and the years of meetings leading up to it.
Scope and Content Fr. Marx's papers consist primarily of twenty years of correspondence between Marx and church officials; brother priests and men and women religious interested in HLI's pro-life activity; fellow Benedictines regarding Marx's work with HLI and business related to the order and to St. John's Abbey; HLC/HLI personnel and members of the HLI Board of Directors; the leaders of other pro-life groups including, notably, Judie Brown of the American Life League and Dr. Jack Willke of the National Right...