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  • American Catholic Studies Index for Volume 130(Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter 2019)
Articles Volume Pages
Beyond Unity in Diversity: Race, Culture, and Communion Ecclesiology in U.S. Catholicism
By Susan Bigelow Reynolds .............................................................
130.4 31–58
Catholic Reform and Local Racism: Vatican II and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Cincinnati
By Michael A. Skaggs ......................................................................
130.4 1–30
The Disappearance of Mother Agnes Spencer: The Centralization Controversy and the Antebellum Catholic Church
By Elisabeth C. Davis ......................................................................
130.2 31–52
Forgotten Classics in American Catholicism
By Anthony E. Clark ........................................................................
130.4 59–63
By Philip Gleason ............................................................................. 130.4 63–69
By Joseph J. Romano ....................................................................... 130.4 70–74
In Search of Roman Catholic High School’s “Lost Boys” of World War I
By Chris Gibbons .............................................................................
130.1 97–113
Jesuits, the Iñupiat, and Catholicism on the Seward Peninsula Coast, 1898–1937
By Emily Suzanne Clark .................................................................
130.3 37–66
Legacies and Lessons from the People’s Bishop: Chicago’s Bernard J. Sheil (1886–1969)
By Timothy B. Neary .......................................................................
130.3 111–128
Missionary Empire: American Catholics in Belize and Guatemala, 1941–1961
By Charles T. Strauss ......................................................................
130.3 1–36
“The Neutralism of Outer Hell”: Daniel Berrigan In (and Out of) the Civil Rights Movement, 1960–1963
By Eric Martin..................................................................................
130.2 53–74
Redemptorist Archives: A Three-Year Review
By Patrick J. Hayes ..........................................................................
130.1 61–72
“Scheming and Turbulent”: An Analysis of Obedience and Authority in the Founding of the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati
By Jacqueline Willy Romero ............................................................
130.1 37–60
The Spirituality and Vision at the Root of the USCCB
By Douglas J. Slawson .....................................................................
130.2 99–114
“Together and by Association”: Lasallian Higher Education in the United States
By Margaret M. McGuinness ...........................................................
130.4 91–109
Ultramontanism, Nationalism, and the Fall of Saigon: Historicizing the Vietnamese American Catholic Experience
By Tuan Hoang ................................................................................
130.1 1–36
Forum
Catholic Sex Abuse and the Study of Religion Introduction
By Matthew J. Cressler ...................................................................
130.2 1–3
Our Accountability to Survivors
By Brian Clites .................................................................................
130.2 4–7
Centering the Children in the Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis
By Susan B. Ridgely .........................................................................
130.2 8–11
Catholic Education and Sexual Violence: From Complicity to Ecclesial Reconstruction
By Jeremy V. Cruz ...........................................................................
130.2 12–15
Colonialism Is Abuse: Reconsidering Triumphalist Narratives in Catholic Studies
By Jack Lee Downey ........................................................................
130.2 16–20
The Distortions of Exceptionalism, Again
By Julie Byrne ..................................................................................
130.2 21–25
It Isn’t Just Them
By Kathryn Lofton ...........................................................................
130.2 26–29
Review Symposium
A Saint of Our Own: How the Quest for a Holy Hero Helped Catholics Become American By Kathleen Sprows Cummings Perspective I by Catherine O’Donnell .......................................... 130.3 67–70
Perspective II by William L. Portier ............................................ 130.3 70–71
Perspective III by Patricia Appelbaum ........................................ 130.3 71–73
Perspective IV by Emma Anderson .............................................. 130.3 73–74
Author’s Response ........................................................................ 130.3 75–77
Book Reviews
American Catholics and the Church of Tomorrow: Building Churches for the Future, 1925–1975
By Catherine R. Osborne
Reviewed by Jay M. Price ................................................................
130.1 73–74
American Priest: The Ambitious Life and Conflicted Legacy of Notre Dame’s Father Ted Hesburgh
By Wilson D. Miscamble, CSC
Reviewed By James L. Heft, SM .....................................................
130.4 85–87
Augustus Tolton: The Church Is the True Liberator
By Joyce Duriga
Reviewed by Gary B. Agee ...............................................................
130.3 81–83
Catholic Bioethics & Social Justice: The Praxis of US Health Care in the Globalized World
By Therese Lysaught and Michael McCarthy
Reviewed by Bryan C. Pilkington ....................................................
130.4 82–84
The Catholic Church in the Southwest Iowa: A History of the Diocese of Des Moines
By Stephen M. Avella
Reviewed by Kristy Nabhan–Warren..............................................
130.2 95–97
Catholics’ Lost Cause: South Carolina Catholics and the American South, 1820–1861
By Adam L. Tate
Reviewed by Andrew Stern ..............................................................
130.3 85–86
The Church and Confederacy: The Lynches of South Carolina
By Robert Emmett Curran
Reviewed by Adam L. Tate ..............................................................
130.4 88–89
Confession: Catholics, Repentance, & Forgiveness in America
By Patrick W. Carey
Reviewed by Leslie Woodcock Tentler .............................................
130.3 91–93
Cuéntame: Narrative in the Ecclesial Present
By Natalia Imperatori–Lee
Reviewed by...

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Additional Information

ISSN
2161-8534
Print ISSN
2161-8542
Pages
pp. 111-118
Launched on MUSE
2020-02-24
Open Access
No
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