The 89th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association (CCHA) will be held on Thursday, June 1 and Friday, June 2, 2023 at York University. The meeting is a particularly special one, as 2023 marks the 90th anniversary of the Association The CCHA invites proposals for scholarly papers dealing with any aspect of the history […]
The 2022-24 Executive was elected at the Annual General Meeting 27th May 2022. We are very excited to welcome Dan McLeod to the Executive, thank Peter Ludlow for an exemplary term as President-General. 2022-24 Executive
The CCHA is pleased to announce the keynote speaker for its 89th Annual Meeting. Professor Kathleen Sprows Cummings, Director, Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism, and Rev. John A. O’Brien Collegiate Professor, University of Notre Dame Professor Sprows Cummings’ talk is called: “Say not America’s saints are all foreign”: Catholics and Canonization in […]
New Book: 170 Years of Service – A Collection of Essays on the History & Mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto, edited by Elizabeth Smyth & Linda Wicks. The Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto recently released this collection of essays to mark their 170th Anniversary. These essays, written by seven authors, […]
The CCHA invites proposals papers for its annual meeting to be held virtually May 26-27. The submission deadline is March 20.
An update from CCHA administrator Valerie Burke on the travails and adventures of readying our latest issue.
Peter Baltutis remembers one of the highest-profile Canadian bishops of the last fifty years.
The Canadian Catholic Historical Association will hold it’s 2021 AGM on Zoom, December 8 at 4pm Eastern.
Fr. Fay, a Jesuit priest, served the CCHA for 35 years. He is mourned by his parishioners––many in the Canadian Filipino and Chinese communities––and by his colleagues in the CCHA.
Fr. Jackman leaves behind a lifetime of service and support to causes in Canada and beyond. His funeral will be livestreamed on Thursday, June 24 at 11 AM ET.