Summer 2020 issue of American Catholic Studies

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Maureen K. Day

“Latinx Catholic Financial Giving and Clergy Responses: Understanding Stewardship Frames”: 1-24


Andrew C. Dinan

“Far from a Fossil: Monsignor James Andrew Corcoran and the Latin Language”: 25-51


Film Reviews: Catholic Connections in Recent Cinema: 53-65

Massimo Faggioli on The Two Popes

Anne Klejment on Revolution of the Heart: The Dorothy Day Story

Christopher B. Barnett on The Irishman

Benjamin T. Peters on A Hidden Life


Review Symposium

Mark S. Massa, SJ, The Structures of Theological Revolutions: How the Fight Over Birth Control Transformed American Catholicism

Contributions by:  Rodger Van Allen, Christina Astorga, and John S. Grabowski


Book Reviews

Ralph Frasca

Raymond Haberski, Jr., Voices of Empathy: A History of Franciscan Media in the United States

Randy Shaw

LeRoy Chatfield, To Serve the People: My Life Organizing with Cesar Chavez and the Poor

Tom Beaudoin

Stephen Bullivant, Mass Exodus: Catholic Disaffiliation in Britain and America since Vatican II

Nancy Small

Sister Helen Prejean, River of Fire: My Spiritual Journey

Gabrielle Guillerm

Bronwen McShea, Apostles of Empire: The Jesuits and New France

Meghan J. Clark

Jennie Weiss Block, Paul Farmer: Servant to the Poor

Matteo Binasco

Luca Codignola, Blurred Nationalities across the North Atlantic: Traders, Priests, and their Kin Travelling Between North America and the Italian Peninsula, 1763-1846

Daniel Cosacchi

Peter Feuerherd, The Radical Gospel of Bishop Thomas Gumbleton


Cover Essay

Mitchell Edward Oxford

Power in Portraiture: Mother Catherine Spalding of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth