The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962

The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962

The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962

The Catholic Counterculture in America, 1933-1962

Synopsis

James Fisher argues that Catholic culture was transformed when products of the "immigrant church," largely inspired by converts like Dorothy Day, launched a variety of spiritual, communitarian, and literary experiments. He also explores the life and works of Thomas A. Dooley and Jack Kerouac to show that their experiences signaled a new Catholic appreciation of the American tradition of creative freedom.
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