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  Title Date
Women's Religious Education: Liberation or Socialization? A Case Study

Lorna M.A. Bowman

Nov. 3, 1991
The Institutionalization of Cornelia Connelly's Charism in Her Schools and Its Expression Today

Lorna M. Bowman

Nov. 1992
The Inculturation of Holy Child Education: Actions Not Words

Lorna M.A. Bowman

The History of Women, Religion and Education: A Methodological Approach

Lorna M.A. Bowman, Ed. D.

Dec. 9, 1993
The Contributions of the Holy Child Sisters to Women's Education in the Cross River State of Nigeria From 1930-1967

Doctoral Dissertation by Anna Ekam, M.A.

The Church in the "New World" in Louisiana, and the Floridas and in New Orleans

Jeanne Marie Guerin, SHCJ

Source: Racism

No. 30

Handing on the Charism: Cornelia Connelly's Vision on Education

By Anne Murphy, SHCJ

Cherwell Papers, Vol. 1, No. 3

"Old Catholics, New Converts, Irish Immigrants. A Reassessment of Catholicity in England in the Nineteenth Century," by Anne Murphy, SHCJ. Publication of the proceedings of the Cherwell Conference, Oxford, England, Summer 1992.

Writing about the saints

An essay on the history and practice of hagiography (biography of saints) by Paolo Molinari, SJ. From Pylon, Vol. XXIV No. 3, Winter 1962-63, pages 9-13.

Winter 1962-63

With the Makers of San Antonio

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