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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Father Terence J. Fay SJ was honoured with the George E. Clerk award May 28, 2014 at the CCHA annual meeting at Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario.

The GE Clerk award recognizes Father Fay’s contributions to Canadian Catholic History as a researcher, writer and teacher, and to the Canadian Catholic Historical Association as both treasurer and editor of the Bulletin. Father Fay has just stepped down as editor and kindly provided us with some reflections on his experiences Bulletin Retrospective by Terry…

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Looking forward to Congress 2015 – Overview

JUNE 2, 2015 – 5PM DON’T MISS THE CCHA PUB DINNER – VENUE HAS CHANGED! We always look forward to our informal pre-conference gathering.  Last year it was Irish – this year its Scottish!  We are meeting here at The Highlander Pub  Spread the word! 115 Rideau St. – Ottawa – 5pm  – No Kilt…

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