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  • American Catholic Studies Index for Volume 127(Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter 2016)
Articles Volume Pages
The Argentine and Latin American Background of Pope Francis
By Phillip Berryman
127:2 55-70
Chiniquy’s Lincoln: Aiming Booth’s Bullet at the Roman Catholic Church
By Michael J. Sobiech
127:4 23-47
The Formal Act of Defection and U.S. Catholic Deconversion
By J. Patrick Hornbeck, II
127:1 1-23
Frank Sinatra and The Hoodlum Priest
By Stephen Werner
127:4 101-108
Intellectualism and American Parish Priests: A Study of the Library of Monsignor Bernard J. Beckmeyer
By Stephanie L. Soule
127:3 35-56
“It is the Mass that Matters Most”: Monsignor George G. Higgins and the Place of the Liturgy
By Stephen M. Koeth, CSC
127:2 29-53
The Minims of Notre Dame: Underpinnings of Sorin’s University, 1842-1929
By Marion T. Casey
127:1 45-72
The National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa
By Thomas Rzeznik
127:2 97-106
Passing the Barry Statue Bill: First Memorial of a Catholic American Revolutionary Hero in the Nation’s Capital
By Kathleen Szpila
127:4 49-76
Paul Wood’s Absolution Under Fire: Remembering Gettysburg at the American Vatican
By Andrew Mach
127:1 103-113
“St. Gemma is My Girl!”: Devotional Practices among Millennial Catholics and the Making of Contemporary Catholic Saints
By Katherine A. Dugan
127:4 1-21
Subversive Images and Forgotten Truths: A Selected Visual History of Black Women Religious
By Shannen Dee Williams
127:3 93-103
“That Word ‘Liturgy’ Is So Unfortunate”: Learning the Mystical Body and Practicing Catholic Action in the U.S. Liturgical Movement (c. 1926-1955)
By Katharine E. Harmon
127:1 25-44
Race, White Supremacy, and the Making of American Catholicism Introduction
By Matthew J. Cressler
127:3 1-5
Anti-Blackness and White Supremacy in the Making of American Catholicism
By M. Shawn Copeland
127:3 6-8
‘White’ Martyrs and ‘Red’ Saints: The Ongoing Distortions of Hagiography on Historiography
By Emma Anderson
127:3 9-13
The Color of Christ’s Brides
By Shannen Dee Williams
127:3 14-21
Brown Catholicism and Brown America
By Kristy Nabhan-Warren
127:3 22-25
Católicos Por La Raza and the Future of Catholic Studies
By Felipe Hinojosa
127:3 26-29
White Catholic Denial
By Karen Teel
127:3 30-33
Writing Catholic History After the Sex Abuse Scandal

By Catherine R. Osborne
127:2 1-4
What Did I Know, and When Did I Know It All
By James M. O’Toole
127:2 5-9
Evidence and Historical Confidence
By Leslie Woodcock Tentler
127:2 10-13
Behind the Wall: The Archivist and the Researcher
By Emilie Gagnet Leumas
127:2 14-17
The Lives of Priests
By John C. Seitz
127:2 18-23
Opportunity Knocking
By James T. Fisher
127:2 24-27

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Review Symposium Volume Pages
American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled Religious Order Made Modern Catholicism Global
By John T. McGreevy
Editor’s Introduction 127:3 57
Perspective I by Peter McDonough 127:3 58-59
Perspective II by Liam Matthew Brockey 127:3 59-61
Perspective III by Bronwen Catherine McShea 127:3 61-62
Perspective IV by Katie Oxx 127:3 62-64
Author’s Response 127:3 64-67
Book Reviews Volume Pages
Bonds of Union: Religion, Race, and Politics in a Civil War Borderland By Bridget Ford
Reviewed by Elizabeth L. Jemison
127:4 91-93
The Bread of the Strong: Lacouturisme and the Folly of the Cross, 1910-1985 By Jack Lee Downey
Reviewed by Benjamin Peters
127:1 89-91
Buckley and Mailer: The Difficult Friendship that Shaped the Sixties By Kevin M. Schultz
Reviewed by James T. Fisher
127:2 89-91
Catholic Cultures: How Parishes Can Respond to the Changing Face of Catholicism By Patricia Wittberg, SC
Reviewed by Bethany J. Welch
127:4 98-100
Defenders of the Unborn: The Pro-Life Movement Roe v. Wade By Daniel K. Williams
Reviewed by Sidney Callahan
127:4 89-91
Evangelicals and Catholics Together at Twenty: Vital Statements on Contested Topics...


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