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The American Jesuits

A History

by Raymond Schroth

  • 79 Want to read
  • 13 Currently reading

Published by NYU Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • History of religion,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Catholicism,
  • The Americas,
  • Christianity - History - Catholic,
  • Institutions & Organizations,
  • Monasticism,
  • Christianity - Catholic,
  • Christianity - History - General,
  • History,
  • Jesuits,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9570595M
    ISBN 100814740251
    ISBN 109780814740255

    Written in by Charles Chiniquy, who claimed to be a former priest, the book warned of the threat of the Jesuits to U.S. liberty: “The American people must be very blind indeed, if they do not see that if they do nothing to prevent it, the day is very near when the Jesuits will rule their country, from the magnificent White House at. The American Jesuits: a history. by Schroth, Raymond A. texts. eye 10 favorite 0 a Jesuit and puritan book, Robert Person's "Christian directory", and its relevance for Jesuit spirituality today. by Keenan, James F. texts. eye favorite 1.


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In John T. McGreevy’s fast-paced and at times vividly written book American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled Religious Order Made Modern Catholicism Global (Princeton University Press, ), the author focuses on the restoration period from tobut without totally neglecting the rest of the twentieth century and the twenty Cited by: 8.

The American Jesuits isn’t simply a book for Catholics; it’s for anyone who loves a well-told historical tale. For more than years, Jesuit priests have traveled the Cited by: "[A] fascinating new book Readers of American Jesuits and the World will meet a remarkably captivating cast of characters who, despite their obscurity today, enjoyed wide spheres of influence and forged a shared legacy with powerful contemporary resonance.

They will also get a taste for why the Jesuits are so intriguing and why they will. American Jesuits and the World book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

At the start of the nineteenth century, the Jesuits seemed /5. How American Jesuits helped forge modern Catholicism around the world. At the start of The American Jesuits book nineteenth century, the Jesuits seemed fated for oblivion. Dissolved as a religious order in by one pope, they were restored in by another, but with only six hundred aged : Princeton University Press.

The American Jesuits isn’t simply a book for Catholics; it’s for anyone who loves a well-told historical tale. For more than years, Jesuit priests have traveled the Brand: New York University Press. America Media is the leading provider of editorial content for thinking Catholics and those who want to know what Catholics are thinking.

Our flagship magazine, America, has been published. The American Jesuits isn't simply a book for Catholics; it's for anyone who loves a well-told historical tale. For more than years, Jesuit priests have traveled the globe out of a religious commitment to serve others.

Their order, the Society of Jesus, is the largest religious order of men in the Catholic Church, with more t   This book traces this nineteenth-century resurgence, showing how Jesuits nurtured a Catholic modernity through a disciplined counterculture of parishes, schools, and associations.

Drawing on archival materials from three continents, American Jesuits and the World tracks Jesuits who left Europe for America and Jesuits who left the United States Brand: Princeton University Press. The American Jesuits isn’t simply a book for Catholics; it’s for anyone who loves a well-told historical tale.

For more than years, Jesuit priests have traveled the globe out of a religious commitment to serve others. Their order, the Society of Jesus, is the The American Jesuits book religious order of men in the Catholic Church, with more t This book is a sensational eye-opener, even for me, a Jesuit for the past forty-six years.

While I knew the oft-quoted rough denunciations of the Jesuits by John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, I had no idea of how deep and pervasive American anti-Jesuit sentiments were—nor why they were so extreme, nor how they were overcome—until I read McGreevy’s splendid work.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walsh, James J. (James Joseph), American Jesuits. New York, Macmillan, (OCoLC)   To the Editors: In his otherwise fair and balanced review of Passionate Uncertainty: Inside the American Jesuits, by Peter McDonough and Eugene C.

Bianchi [NYR, March 28], Garry Wills makes three serious errors. The first is his uncritical acceptance of the book’s deeply flawed methodology. Wills terms the inclusion of former Jesuits in the [ The American Jesuits book.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Walsh, James J. (James Joseph), American Jesuits. Freeport, N.Y., Books for Libraries Press []. John McGreevy has joined the global history parade with a book on a topic that is long overdue: American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled.

The American Jesuits isn’t simply a book for Catholics; it’s for anyone who loves a well-told historical tale. For more than years, Jesuit priests have traveled the Brand: NYU Press. Read the full-text online edition of The American Jesuits: A History ().

the book presents historical documents from the major regions of the world and enables the reader to deal recurrently with topics from all continents. From Hammurabi to Hitler, the Peloponnesian War to Peronism, the Magna Carta to Octavia Paz's Mexico, Stearns.

Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education Volume 50 Article 29 Book Review: American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled Religious Order Made Modern Catholicism Global, by John T.

McGreevy Edward W. Schmidt : Elizabeth Groppe. The Jesuit Relations, also known as Relations des Jésuites de la Nouvelle-France, are chronicles of the Jesuit missions in New works were written annually and printed beginning in and ending in Written as reports for their Order and for helping raise funds for the mission, the Relations were so thorough in descriptions of First Nations and their cultures that these.

American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled Religious Order Made Modern Catholicism Global. This is a very enjoyable book to read as McGreevy paints five historical sketches of nineteenth century. The spring Seminar in American Religion convened on Saturday, April 1, at Notre Dame to discuss John T.

McGreevy’s new book American Jesuits and the World: How an Embattled Religious Order Made Modern Catholicism Global (Princeton, ). McGreevy is professor of history and I.A. O’Shaughnessy Dean of the College of Arts and Letters at Phone: () A quintessential American tale of men willing to take risks - for Indians, blacks, immigrants, and the poor, and to promote a loving picture of God - "The American Jesuits" offers a broad and compelling look at the impact of this year-old international order on American culture /5(6).

Category:American Jesuits. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is a container category. Due to its scope, it should contain only subcategories. Subcategories. This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.

0–9 18th-century American. This book uses European Jesuits emigrating to the u nited States and some American Jesuits working beyond American borders to examine how catholic globalization worked. The uS focus stems from accessibility to archives and my own linguistic ca-pacities.

But. As Father LaFarge points out, the American Assistancy, at the time, numbered 4, priests, 2, scholastics (young members preparing for the priesthood), and coadjutor brothers. (Key Words: Religion, Roman Catholicism, John LaFarge, Jesuits, Christianity, Priests, Margaret Bourke-White, St. Ignatius of Loyola).

book. Seller Inventory. [A] fascinating new book Readers of American Jesuits and the World will meet a remarkably captivating cast of characters who, despite their obscurity today, enjoyed wide spheres of influence and forged a shared legacy with powerful contemporary resonance.

They will also get a taste for why the Jesuits are so intriguing and why they will continue to be so important for the life of the /5(6). Book Overview A wave of missionary fervor swept through 17th century France, powered by the desire to bring the Gospel to those who had never heard it.

Traders, adventures and explorers saw the New World as territory to exploit, while the Jesuits saw it as a land ripe for the Gospel message. There are 66 Jesuit parishes and 22 retreat centers in the United States. Jesuit parishes are situated in inner cities, suburbs, rural outposts and on college campuses and Native American reservations.

Jesuit retreat centers can be found in places ranging from New England's rocky coast to the foothills of the Rockies and the rustic trails of. American Jesuits and the World is a superb book, deftly argued and carefully researched. Its thesis—or, arguably closer to the truth, its theses—are twofold: first, after its founding by Ignatius Loyola in the 16th century, the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) made Catholicism the first global religion; and second, in the 19th century waves of European Jesuits, driven from their homelands by.

Garry Wills’ article about the book “Passionate Uncertainty: Inside the American Jesuits” appears in the New York Review of Books under the title, “Jesuits in Disarray.”.

The Jesuits who are the subject of this book were largely driven from European countries (Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Portugal and France) in consequence of the revolutionary and anti-clerical movements which began in the late eighteenth century and continued into the early twentieth century.

This book traces this nineteenth-century resurgence, showing how Jesuits nurtured a Catholic modernity through a disciplined counterculture of parishes, schools, and g on archival materials from three continents, American Jesuits and the World tracks Jesuits who left Europe for America and Jesuits who left the United States.

John McGreevy's 'American Jesuits and the World' tells of the Jesuit contribution to global Catholicism American Jesuits and the World by John McGreevy Princeton University Press.

p $ At the start of the nineteenth century, the Jesuits seemed fated for oblivion. Dissolved as a religious order in by one pope, they were restored in by another, but with only six hundred aged members. Yet a century later, the Jesuits numbered seventeen thousand men and were at the vanguard of the Catholic Church's expansion around the : Princeton University Press.

It’s in the book’s final chapter, in which McGreevy doubles back to the Spanish–American War, that the explanation emerges: Jesuits became nationalists by first becoming imperialists.

This book traces this nineteenth-century resurgence, showing how Jesuits nurtured a Catholic modernity through a disciplined counterculture of parishes, schools, and associations.

Drawing on archival materials from three continents, American Jesuits and the World tracks Jesuits who left Europe for America and Jesuits who left the United States Cited by: 8.

"A state of war exists between the papacy and the Religious Order of the Jesuits--the Society of Jesus. It is involved in the rivalry between the United States and the Soviet Union the fate in misery or happiness of million people in Latin america [the] national consensus of the American people [the] human affairs of the People's Republic of china; the fragile persistence of a /5(2).

Brokers of Culture examines the interactions among multiple ethnic groups in the American West and a group of nearly four hundred Italian Jesuits who emigrated to the United States after in the wake of the Italian unification movement.

The first wave of exiles taught in Jesuit colleges on the East Coast, where they played a major role in reforming American seminary education. In the book Catholics and the American Revolution, Volume 3, () written by Catholic Martin Ignatius Joseph Griffin, Griffin explains that during the American Revolutionary War the British General Haldimand, while he was in Quebec, wrote a letter to British Prime Minister Lord North, which told Lord North that the French Jesuits were.

McGreevy (Catholicism and American Freedom), historian of American political and religious history at the University of Notre Dame, seeks to place 19th-century American Jesuits in a global context. Compre Passionate Uncertainty: Inside the American Jesuits (English Edition) de McDonough, Peter, Bianchi, Eugene C.

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