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  • Publisher : Franciscan Media
  • Release : 05 October 2022
  • ISBN : 0867165537
  • Page : 181 pages
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  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 103 voters

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?a complete and balanced presentation of the story of the American Catholic people. Father Crews writes with a pronounced pastoral sense and scholarly accuracy. The book will make a significant contribution to our knowledge and understanding of the Church.?James Hennessey, S.J., historian "?a superb account of the American Catholic experience. Catholic[s] are presented with all their holiness and warts. Crews tells the story of a people of God, demonstrating his sensitivity to the diversity of ethnic, religious and theological traditions that are part of the Catholic tradition it will be widely useful in college and seminary courses as well as in adult education."?Patrick W. Carey, chair, theology department, Marquette University "This well-written volume portrays in broad brushstrokes the entire sweep of the Catholic experience in the world ?a history flawed at times but always on the move, manifesting the diversity of ethnic, religious and theological traditions."?Brother Patrick Hart, Gethsemani Abbey, Kentucky "rich with significant illustration, first-hand testimony and quotations which enliven the narrative, and many 'introductions' to the people, clergy and lay, who have built the church in this country."?The UP Catholic "?a deceptively fine book. This is real history, not a mere chronicle of events, as is evident from the author's deft and balanced handling of such controversial topics as the evangelization of the North Americans, slavery, Americanism and the role of women in American Catholic history." ?Church

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American and Catholic

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