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McAvoy, Thomas Timothy, 1903-1969.
Roman Catholicism and the American way of life.
Notre Dame, IN : University of Notre Dame Press, 1960
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Thomas Timothy McAvoy
|Description:||viii, 248 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Roman Catholicism in twentieth-century America: sect. 1. The present position of religion in America: Religion and culture in present-day America / Will Herberg --
Protestantism in post-Protestant America / Winthrop S. Hudson --
The religious revival and organized religion / Rev. Francis X. Curran --
sect. 2. Catholicism in America: The American Catholics as a minority / Rev. R.L. Bruckberger --
The newer Catholic immigration / Msgr. Edward E. Swanstrom --
The Catholic scholar in the secular university / Jerome G. Kerwin --
sect. 3. Some unresolved problems: The Catholic factor in the social justice movement / Aaron I. Abell --
Catholics and church-state relations in America / Rev. Raymond Cour --
The Americanization of Catholicism / Rev. Joseph H. Fichter --
pt. 2. Immigration and American Catholicism: sect. 1. The immigrant and the city: The urban immigrant / Saul D. Alinsky --
The Negro and the Catholic church / Rev. Rollins E. Lambert --
The Latin-American Catholic immigrant / Rev. Gilbert A. Carroll --
sect. 2. Complications of language and tradition: --
The Italian Catholic immigrant / Judge Juvenal Marchisio --
The Polish Catholic immigrant / Msgr. Aloysius J. Wycislo --
The German Catholic immigrant / Rev. Colman J. Barry --
The Irish Catholic immigration / Rev. James Shannon --
The Native American Catholic, the immigrant, and immigration / Willard E. Wight --
The American historian looks at the Catholic immigrant / Vincent De Santis.
|Responsibility:||edited by Thomas T. McAvoy.|