English influences on early American Catholicism. by Carthy, Mary Peter Mother.

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  • Catholic Church -- United States -- History.,
  • Catholic Church -- Great Britain -- History.,
  • United States -- Civilization -- English influences.

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LC ClassificationsBX1406 .C26
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Paginationviii, 147 p.
Number of Pages147
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Open LibraryOL20671825M

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Create Print book: English. His work has appeared in such publications as Church History, Catholic Historical Review, Journal of the Early American Public, and others.

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Jay P. Dolan, The American Catholic Experience: A History from Colonial Times to the Present, (New York: ), 8. A useful collection of quotations and sources was gathered by Sister Mary Augustina Ray in her work, American Opinion of Roman Catholicism in the Eighteenth Century (New York: ).

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