CCHA Members are encouraged to suggest links to this page and especially urged to promote their own publications through this links page by contacting valerieburke@cchahistory.ca

Société Canadienne d’histoire de l’Église catholique  SCHEC (French section of the CCHA)

http://schec.cieq.ca

Catholic Archivist Group

http://www.catholicarchivist.ca

Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB)

http://www.cccb.ca/

Catholic Canada Directory

http://catholicanada.com/

Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CFHSS)

http://www.ideas-idees.ca/

The H-Catholic discussion list is moderated list (under the H-Net umbrella) co-sponsored by the CCHA and the American Catholic Historical Association.
To subscribe, click on the following link and then click on “Subscribe.”

https://networks.h-net.org/h-catholic

The American Catholic Historical Association

www.achahistory.org

The Society for Early Modern Catholic Studies

http://www.h-net.org

The Catholic Record Society

http://www.crs.org.uk

CatholicHistory.net (on the history of Catholicism in the U.S.)

http://catholichistory.net/

EarthHealing (a Catholic site on environmental issues)

http://www.earthhealing.info/

Canadian Catholic Newspapers:

The Catholic Register , Toronto
http://www.catholicregister.org/

The Monitor, St. John’s, Newfoundland

https://rcsj.org/archives-research

The New Freeman, Saint John, New Brunswick
http://www.newfreeman.ca

The BC Catholic, Vancouver, British Columbia
http://www.bccatholic.ca

The Prairie Messenger, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
http://www.stpeters.sk.ca/prairie_messenger

The Western Catholic Reporter, Edmonton, Alberta
http://www.wcr.ab.ca/

The Vineyard Paper – Diocese of St. Catharines, Ontario

www.saintcd.com

Links to new books on the history of Catholicism in Canada:

Rosa Bruno-Jofré, Heidi MacDonald and Elizabeth M. Smyth ,Vatican II and Beyond The Changing Mission and Identity of Canadian Women Religious (McGill-Queen’s University Press: 2017) A look at the impact of Vatican II through the Canadian Religious Conference and the lived experience of Sisters Alice Trudeau and Mary Alban.

Luca CodignolaBlurred Nationalities across the North Atlantic: Traders, Priests, and Their Kin Travelling between North America and the Italian Peninsula, 1763–1846 (Utoronto Press: 2018) Blurred Nationalities challenges the idea that national origin, for instance, Italianness, comprises the only significant feature of a group’s identity, and reveals instead the multifaceted personalities of the people involved in these exchanges.
Peter LudlowThe Canny Scot  Archbishop James Morrison of Antingonish (McGill-Queen’s University Press: 2015) A revealing biography of one of twentieth-century Nova Scotia’s most prominent religious figures.

Mark McGowan, The Imperial Irish: Canada’s Irish Catholics Fight the Great War, 1914-1918 (McGill-Queen’s University Press: 2017). The Imperial Irish explores stirring conflicts that threatened to irreparably divide Canada along religious and linguistic lines.

Rankin SherlingThe Invisible Irish: Finding Protestants in the Nineteenth-Century Migrations to America., (McGill-Queen’s University Press in 2016).An exploration of the enduring historical puzzle of the nature and scope of Irish Protestant migration.

 

Links to members websites:

Terence J. Fay

http://individual.utoronto.ca/historyhaven

 

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