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Podcast interview with Michael J. Pfeifer

Of potential interest to H-Catholic readers is a new podcast on the New Books Network: An interview with Michael J. Pfeifer author of The Making of American Catholicism: Regional Culture and the Catholic Experience (New York University Press, 2021) 

The link to the postcast is here: https://newbooksnetwork.com/the-making-of-american-catholicism

CFP: Contemporary Catholicism: Innovations, Reinventions, Discontinuities and Regulation

New ecclesial movements and/or « communautés nouvelles » in Contemporary Catholicism: Innovations, Reinventions, Discontinuities and Regulation

International conference organised by the RSCS Institute (UCLouvain) and CéSor (EHESS) from 7 to 9 September 2022 in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

First Episode of New Books in Catholic Studies

The American Catholic Historical Association and the New Books Network have partnered to create a new podcast "New Books in Catholic Studies."  The New Books Network is an author-interview poscast consortium dedicated to introducing serious books to a world-wide audience.  The first edition of the poscast features author Peter Cajka discussing his book, "Follow Your Conscience."

The link to the poscast: https://newbooksnetwork.com/follow-your-conscience