- About This Issue
This issue focuses on sanctity in the American context, exploring the lives and legacies of canonized saints or men or women whose cause for sainthood is currently being considered.
We are grateful to our contributors. Amanda Bresie recently completed her doctorate in history at Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas. Kellie Jean Hogue is a research associate at the American Indian Studies Research Institute, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Richard Gribble, C.S.C., is professor of religious studies at Stonehill College, in Easton, Massachusetts. Nicholas Rademacher is associate professor of religious studies at Cabrini College, Radnor, Pennsylvania. Federico M. Requena is a lecturer in contemporary church history and historiography in the School of Theology at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome.
Contributors to our review of Paula M. Kane’s new book, Sister Thorn and Catholic Mysticism in Modern America, include James M. O’Toole, Clough Chair in History at Boston College, and Nancy Lusignan Schultz, professor of English at Salem State University, Salem, Massachusetts. Paula M. Kane is professor of religious studies and John and Lucine O’Brien Marous Chair of Catholic Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. [End Page 1]