The Catholic Spirit In Modern English Literature

Author: George Nauman Shuster
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George N Shuster

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In this first full-length biography of George N. Shuster, Thomas E. Blantz, C.S.C., carefully chronicles the life of this leading American Catholic intellectual, journalist, educator, and government official. Throughout Shuster's life he was often surrounded by controversy and opposition: he remained a layman in a clerically dominated church, a deeply committed Catholic in a world of public education, a defender of German culture in an era of two world wars, and a public official championing internationalism as State Department policy became more cautious. But, according to Blantz, the diversity and differences were of little personal concern to Shuster as long as he remained, in his own heart, "on the side of truth." After graduating from the University of Notre Dame in 1915 and teaching on the English faculty there, Shuster and his wife Doris Parks Cunningham moved to New York where he taught at the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and St. Joseph's College for Women. While in New York Shuster began writing for The Commonweal and remained with the Catholic lay magazine for the next 12 years. While Shuster was writing for and editing The Commonweal it provided a forum for some of the best contemporary thinkers on religious questions in both Europe and America, and challenged bigotry and anti-Catholic prejudice as well. From 1940 to 1960, Shuster served as the president of Hunter College, the largest college for women in the world at the time of his inauguration. Blantz explores many of the changes that occurred at Hunter during Shuster's presidency as well as Shuster's involvement in government service under the Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy administrations. In 1961 Shuster returned to Notre Dame as Assistant to the President and director of a newly established research institute. He remained at Notre Dame until his death in 1977. Shuster wrote nearly 20 books, 300 articles, and countless speeches and public addresses during his lifetime. In this fascinating biography, Blantz examines not only Shuster's work, but also the intriguing life of a courageous man who endeavored to remain "on the side of truth," in spite of virulent questioning and opposition.

First Deficiency Appropriation Bill For 1946

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First Deficiency Appropriation Bill For 1945

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Hearings

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Hearings

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Libraries And Literature From A Catholic Standpoint

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Studies In Catholic History

Author: Raymond Moloney
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Encyclopedia Of Catholic Literature

Author: Mary R. Reichardt
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Entries discuss over seventy major works of Catholic literature from around the world, with a biography of the author, plot summary, critical discussion, bibliography of related works, and an assessment of the work's reception.

Being Catholic Being American

Author: Robert E. Burns
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"Being Catholic, Being American is for historians, teachers, students, alumni, sports enthusiasts, and all those touched by the story of the University of Notre Dame."--BOOK JACKET.

The Catholic Library World

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Records Of The American Catholic Historical Society Of Philadelphia

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Separatism And Subculture

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Separatism and Subculture: Boston Catholicism, 1900-1920

America

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One Hundred Catholic Titles For High School Libraries

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Mariale

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The Catholic Historical Review

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Focus Catholic Background Reading For The Orientation Of College And University Students

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Catholic Intellectuals And The Challenge Of Democracy

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Tracing the development of progressive Catholic approaches to political and economic modernization, Catholic Intellectuals and the Challenge of Democracy disputes standard interpretations of the Catholic response to democracy and modernity in the English-speaking world - particularly the conventional view that the Church was the servant of right-wing reaction-aries and authoritarian, patriarchal structures. Starting with the writings of Bishop Wilhelm von Ketteler of Germany, the Frenchman Frederic Ozanam, and England's Cardinal Henry Edward Manning, whose pioneering work laid the foundation of the Catholic third way, Corrin reveals a long tradition within Roman Catholicism that championed social activism. These visionary writers were the forerunners of Pope John XXIII's aggiornamento, a call for Catholics to broaden their historical perspectives and move beyond a static theology fixed to the past. By examining this often overlooked tradition, Corrin attempts to confront the perception that Catholicism in the modern age has invariably been an institution of reaction that is highly suspicious of liberalism and progressive social reform. Catholic Intellectuals and the Challenge of

Traffic Lights

Author: Mary Kiely
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