Roman Catholicism in the United States: A Thematic History

By Margaret M. McGuinness; James T. Fisher | Go to book overview
CONTENTS
 Introduction: Writing American Catholic History1
 Margaret M. McGuinness and James T. Fisher 
Part I. Beyond the Parish 
1.Ambiguous Welcome: The Protestant Response to American Catholics21
 Patrick Allitt 
2.Latino Catholics in the Southwest43
 Timothy Matovina 
3.Left Coast Catholicism: The Tradition of Dissent in the California Church63
 Jeffrey M. Burns 
4.Strangers in Our Midst: Catholics in Rural America86
 Jeffrey Marlett 
5.“An Embassy to a Golf Course?” Conundrums on the Road to the United States’ Diplomatic Representation to the Holy See, 1784–1984108
 Roy Domenico 
Part II. Engaging the World 
6.American and Catholic and Literature: What Cultural History Helps Reveal133
 Una M. Cadegan 
7.Gospel Zeal: Missionary Citizens Overseas and Armchair Missionaries at Home; American Catholic Missions in China, 1900–1989150
 Robert E. Carbonneau, C.P. 
8.Northern Settlement Houses and Southern Welfare Centers: The Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine, 1910–1971173
 Margaret M. McGuinness 
9.Pulp Catholicism: Catholics in American Popular Film193
 Anthony Burke Smith 

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