Book Reviews

Books reviewed in this issue: Michael Power. Singular Vision: The Founding of the Catholic Church Extension Society of Canada, 1908 to 1915. Peter McGuigan. The Intrigues of Archbishop John T. McNally and the Rise of Saint Mary’s University.  Denise Robillard. Monseigneur Joseph Charbonneau: Bouc émissaire d’une lutte de pouvoir. Kathryn Perry. The Courage to Dare. Michael Power.  Singular Vision: The…

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Notice of CCHA Annual Conference Ottawa June 3 and 4, 2015

Program committee members, Robert Dennis, Edward MacDonald and Peter Baltutis have been busy working with local coordinators and long-standing CCHA members Glenn Wright and Fred McEvoy. The theme for this years conference is “Capital Ideas” as put forth by the Congress for Humanities and Social Sciences. Call for papers for the  CCHA Annual Conference June…

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2014 CCHA Annual Conference and Irish Day Symposium report

The 2014 CCHA Annual Conference and special Irish Day Symposium held May 28-30, 2014 at Brock University St. Catharines, Ontario has been summarized and is now available on our website. Father Edward Jackman and Bishop John O’Mara gave us their Irish Blessing at our annual Mass for the Deceased Members of the CCHA.  We hope you…

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Michael Wilcox recipient of the Paul A. Bator Memorial Award

At the 2014 annual meeting the Canadian Catholic Historical Association awarded the Paul Bator Award for the best article published in Historical Studies in 2012 and 2013 to Michael Wilcox for his 2013 article, “’To Meet More Perfectly the Wants of Our People Here’: The Christian Brothers and the Process of Anglicization in Ontario, 1850-1925.”…

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