Title starts with
Author (sorted by title)
Call number (browse)
Princeton University Library Catalog
Preaching with their lives : Dominicans on mission in the United States after 1850 / Editors, Margaret M. McGuinness and Jeffrey M. Burns.
New York : Fordham University Press, 2021.
x, 357 pages : illustrations (black & white) ; 24 cm.
Monastic and religious life
McGuinness, Margaret M.
Burns, Jeffrey M.
Catholic practice in North America
[More in this series]
Catholic Practice in North America
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Dominicans on a mission / Jeffrey M. Burns -- Dominicans in the World ; A joyful spectrum of service: the Order of Preachers in New York / James T. Carroll -- "In the midst of sorrow and death": the work of the Dominican sisters in Tennessee during the yellow fever epidemics / Margaret M. McGuinness -- Reclaiming the Sinsinawa Dominicans' legacy of Catholic progressive education / Ellen Skerrett and Janet Welsh -- Walking in solidarity: Dominican women and the struggle for economic justice in the modern United States / Heath W. Carter -- A corporate stance for social justice: the Dominican sisters of San Rafael, California, and the 1980s sanctuary movement / Cynthia Taylor -- Aggiornamento on campus: William Blase Schauer, OP, and the Las Cruces experiment / Christopher J. Renz -- Being Dominican ; Call and response: American Dominican artists and Vatican II / Elizabeth Michael Boyle -- Afire with the itinerant spirit: paradigm shifts in the foreign missions / Donna Maria Moses -- Dominican monasteries: ever ancient, ever new / Cecilia Murray -- More than a mustard seed: the Parable Conference for Dominican Life and Mission / Diane Kennedy -- From teacher to tutor: adapting a historic ministry of education to contemporary realities / Arlene I. Bachanov -- Samuel Mazzuchelli: Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, and the making of American saints / Kathleen Sprows Cummings.
Statement on language in description
Princeton University Library aims to describe library materials in a manner that is respectful to the individuals and communities who create, use, and are represented in the collections we manage.