2 edition of Catholic Church in Indiana, 1789-1834. found in the catalog.
Catholic Church in Indiana, 1789-1834.
McAvoy, Thomas Timothy
|Series||Studies in history, economics, and public law, no. 471, Columbia studies in the social sciences,, no. 471.|
|LC Classifications||BX1415.I6 M2 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||75029193|
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Published: () The Catholic church in Indiana,by: McAvoy, Thomas Timothy, Published: (). Bibliography: h. alerding, A History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes (Indianapolis ).
blanchard, History of the Catholic Church in Indiana, 2 v. (Logansport, Ind. mcavoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana, – (New York ). schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness (Milwaukee ). Simon Petit Lalumiere Sacramental Record [Posted Janu ] In the earliest days of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes, the first priest assigned to the new diocese was Simon Petit Lalumiere, a native of Vincennes who knew the area well.
Since priests were obliged to keep a record of baptisms, marriages, etc., Lalumiere carried his sacramental record with him. However, in his "History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes Herman Alerding states that Blanc served as the parish priest in Vincennes, Indiana from Ap until FebruaryIn addition, Thomas McAvoy, in his book, "The Catholic Church in Indiana " stated that Bishop DuBourg, sent two of his priests to Church: Roman Catholic Church.
ACHS, Jeffersonville Indiana, On the Eudists at Vincennes and especially on Rev. M.E. Clarke, note; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence, Vol-I; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church In Indiana ; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese.
The Catholic church in Indiana,by: McAvoy, Thomas Timothy, Published: () The Catholic Church in the Deep South: the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama, / by: Lovett, Rose Gibbons. Published: (). BOOK NOTES The Catholic Church in Indiana, By Thomas T. MeAvoy. (New York: Columbia university press, pp.) This is a very thorough, careful, and scholarly record of the work of this church, chiefly at Vincennes, since for most of the period in ques-tion this was the only permanent settlement.
It does not attempt to. However, in his "History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes Herman Alerding states that Blanc served as the parish priest in Vincennes, Indiana from Ap until FebruaryIn addition, Thomas McAvoy, in his book, "The Catholic Church in Indiana " stated that Bishop DuBourg, sent two of his priests.
The Catholic Church in Indiana, by Thomas T. McAvoy: Celebrate the 50 States. by Loreen Leedy: Cemetery records of Posey County, Indiana by Carroll B Cox: Census Index: Illinois and Indiana, by Broderbund Software Inc.
Census Index: Indiana, by Broderbund Software Inc. Author of The formation of the American Catholic minority,The Catholic church in Indiana,The United States of America: The Irish clergyman, Orestes A. Brownson and American history, American Catholics, The Catholic minority in the United States,The image of the Catholic college graduate ofOrestes A.
Brownson and Archbishop John Hughes in. The Catholic Church in Indiana, (N.Y.: ), and William McNamara, C.S.C., The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier, (Washington, ). The removal of the Potawatomi and the heroic work of Father Petit can be found in The Trail Catholic Church in Indiana Death; Letters of Benjamin Marie Petit, ed.
& trans. by Irving McKee. Thomas T. McAvoy, former Archivist of the University of Notre Dame, in his book The Catholic Church in Indiana, -speaks of those changing times and. History of the Catholic Church in Indiana vol 1 – Volume 2 Blanchard, Charles., ed., comp.
Logansport, IN: A. Bowen After a few chapters on the early history of Catholic missionaries and the church in Vincennes and other French villages, Volume 1 is largely devoted to brief histories of the development of every congregation up to the s, including the names of the priests who.
ican Catholic history. He is the author of The Catholic Church in Indiana, The Reverend John B. MgGloin, S.J., Ph.D., is professor of history at the University of San Francisco in California.
His life of the California missionary, Father J. Bouchard, will be published shortly by the Stan-ford University Press. INDIANAPOLIS, ARCHDIOCESE OF Established originally as the Diocese of Vincennes inthe see was transferred to Indianapolis (Indianapolitana) in and became an archdiocese in In the year it comprised 38 counties and the township of Harrison, Spencer County (13, square miles), in the southern part of Indiana.
There wereCatholics, about ten percent of the total. A History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes. Indianapolis: Carlow and Hollenbeck, The Catholic Church in Indiana, Studies in History, Economics and Public Law, No.
Indiana: Aquinas Library and Book Shop, McKee, Irving, editor and translator. The Trail of Death; Letters of Benjamin Marie Petit. World Book Encyclopedia, (Field Enterprises Educational Corp.) V.
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