Congratulations to the members of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association who, judged by their piers and by their own merit, have earned these coveted honours.
This year’s winner of the George E. Clerk Award for outstanding contributions to Canadian Catholic history is that most excellent scholar and long-time CCHA Executive member Terence Fay, S.J. (University of Toronto)
The Paul Bator Memorial Award for the article best judged that has been published over the past two years in the CCHA’s Historical Studies is awarded to Michael Wilcox (University of Toronto). Recognition for Honourable Mention is also given to Catherine Foisy (Concordia University).
Details of both of these Awards (and their past recipients) can be found on our CCHA awards page.
Our Canadian Catholic Historians Terence Fay, S.J. and Michael Wilcox received their awards during the 2014 Annual Banquet. CCHA President Edward MacDonald.