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The Tribal Twenties: "Assimilated" Catholics' Response To Anti-Catholicism In The 1920s, Lynn Dumenil Sep 1991

The Tribal Twenties: "Assimilated" Catholics' Response To Anti-Catholicism In The 1920s, Lynn Dumenil

Lynn Dumenil

No abstract provided.


"Caritas Christi Urget Nos": The Urgent Challenges Of Charity In Seventeenth Century France, Edward R. Udovic Dec 1990

"Caritas Christi Urget Nos": The Urgent Challenges Of Charity In Seventeenth Century France, Edward R. Udovic

Rev. Edward R. Udovic, C.M., Ph.D.

Setting the context for the emergence of the charitable work of St. Vincent de Paul (1580-1660) and St. Louise de Marillac (1591-1660) and the groups they founded, this article examines the urgent societal and religious challenges posed by a vast increase in poverty in France during the seventeenth century.


What Ship Goes There: The Flood Narratives In The Gilgamesh Epic And Genesis Considered In Light Of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology, Steven W. Holloway Dec 1990

What Ship Goes There: The Flood Narratives In The Gilgamesh Epic And Genesis Considered In Light Of Ancient Near Eastern Temple Ideology, Steven W. Holloway

Steven W Holloway

Despite efforts made to understand the Mesopotamian and Genesis flood narratives as cosmogonies, the architecture and religious symbolism of the arks remain a scholarly embarrassment. Comparisons of the design of the arks described in Gilgamesh XI and Genesis 6—8 traditionally have focused on the sharp incompatibility of their dimensions. I shall attempt to demonstrate by a close


Codex Sarzana, John E. Rybolt Dec 1990

Codex Sarzana, John E. Rybolt

John E Rybolt

A first-ever publication of Codex Sarzana, a manuscript of the early rules and constitutions of the Congregation of the Mission, as written by or under the direction of Vincent de Paul. The majority of the material is a transcription of the Latin text.