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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.
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 Sherling, The 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