CSC. U.S. Catholic Special Collection
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisement materials for the American Catholic Quarterly Review.
Collection of prayer cards printed and distributed by the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Clyde, Missouri during the twentieth century.
Collection of papers relating to Father John T. Boland, C.S.C., a Holy Cross priest who served in the administrations of the University of Notre Dame, University of Portland, and St. Edward's University, and Mary Blanche Boland, his niece and biographer. The collection includes original correspondence of Father Boland's, reproductions of his correspondence held in other archives, and Mary Blanche's research notes and biographical sketch.
The Catholic Press Association records contain a variety of records, mostly related to their annual conventions, and various marketing and publicity initiatives. The records cover the decade from about 1956 to 1966, thus covering the beginning of the Second Vatican Council.
The Catholic ephemera collection is an artificial collection of ephemeral items on American Catholicism. Items in the collection have been created or published by various Catholic organizations in the United States. The collection includes a variety of material types, such as brochures, pamphlets, prayer cards, publicity materials, and newsletters. The materials were published throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
Accruals are frequent.
Collection of papers, ephemera, and audio tapes relating to the African American Catholic population in the 1960s and 1970s, including items from the National Black Catholic Clergy Conference, National Black Sisters Conference, National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, and the National Office for Black Catholics.
A collection of holy cards and other devotional materials printed by Bouasse-Lebel and Bouasse-Jeune, French publishers of religious images.
Two photographs and two halftone reproductions of masses at the Twenty-Eighth International Eucharistic Congress, held at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois in June, 1926.
Collection of documents relating to the Conference of Major Superiors of Men (CMSM) from 1967-1975. The collection includes biographies of priests and brothers in attendance at the Conference of Major Superiors of Men during this time period, annual reports from the conferences, the annual assemblies, and newsletters from the conferences.
Papers created by and relating to the Dayton Christian Jewish Dialogue, a group dedicated to discussion and improvement of interreligious relations. This collection includes copies of the DCJD's minutes, meeting materials, promotional materials, and materials created by related organizations.
Personal clipping collection of Father Jerome Mersberger, the priest who served as pastor of the Shrine of Our Lady of the Green Scapular in Palmyra, Wisconsin, as well as a small collection of personal papers, including homilies, notes, and correspondence.
Postcards of Roman Catholic churches around the United States and the world collected by Helen Borntrager Buschen, a lay Catholic woman.