The ACHA invites submissions on any topic relevant to the study of Catholicism for its 100th Annual Meeting. Submission deadlines: March 15 (ACHA-only proposals); February 15 (joint proposals).
J. Philip Gleason, Fr. Wilson Miscamble, and Fordham University receive 2019 honors from the ACHA.
For almost half of the century of its existence, the ACHA was remarkably well served by its Secretary and Treasurer, Msgr. Robert F. Trisco.
The Catholic Research Resources Alliance has made available, free of charge, a fully searchable, open repository of historical Catholic news publications at thecatholicnewsarchive.org.
This inaugural newsletter from Incoming ACHA president Kathleen Holscher’s looks ahead at what’s to come for the Association in 2019.
Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Paul F. Grendler, Troy J. Tice, Tatyana V. Bakhmetyeva, and Elisabeth Davis are this year’s award-winners.
Four grants of $2,500 each are available to ACHA graduate student members with ABD status. Read on for information about the award and instructions for applying.
- Peter Damian and the Communication of Local Reform
- Kathryn L. Jasper
- Beyond Guadalupe: The Eucharist, the Cult of Saints, and Local Religion in Eighteenth-Century Mexico City
- Brian R. Larkin
- Brown and Black Boundaries: Nazism and German Catholicism in the Summer of 1933
- Skye Doney
- Promoting the Poor: Catholic Leaders and the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
- Lawrence J. McAndrews
- More Scholarship on Vatican Council II
- Jared Wicks S.J.