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The Spring 2021 issue of American Catholic Studies is now available on Project Muse

The Spring 2021 issue of American Catholic Studies is now available on Project Muse https://muse.jhu.edu/journal/544.

 

Articles

Carol K. Coburn

Crossing Boundaries and Cultural Barriers: Catholic Sisters, Social Justice, and Transnationalism: 1-28

 

Barbara E. Mattick

Challenging Racism and Anti-Catholicism: The Sisters of St. Joseph and Catholic Education in Early Twentieth-Century Florida: 29-49

 

Robert C. Serow

Book announcement "The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

Dear colleagues,

I'm pleased to announce the release of a new book that explores Catholic consecrated religious life and new monasticism in Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic and Eastern Orthodox monasticism in Russia:

"The Transformation of Religious Orders in Central and Eastern Europe: Sociological Insights" , Routledge, 2021

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