6 edition of A Catholic Cold War found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||BX4705.W256 M36 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005007329|
George Weigel. "Some Cold War Truths." The Catholic Difference (Septem ). Reprinted with permission of George Weigel. George Weigel's column is distributed by the Denver Catholic Register, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Denver. Phone: The Author. The Cold War is the term used to define the period between the end of World War II in and the ultimate collapse of the Soviet Union and its satellite states in The protatgonists in the Cold War were the West, led by the United States, and the eastern bloc, led by the Soviet Union.
Though it's well known that the U.S.S.R. spied on everyone, readers will be amazed by this account of its extensive infiltration of the Catholic Church. A journalist and former army intelligen. Cold War on High and Unity from Below: The French Communist Party and the Catholic Church in the Early Years of the Gaullist Fifth Republic / Paul Hainsworth ; Between War and Peace: Politics, Religion and Human Rights in Early Cold War Canada, / George Egerton ;
John T. Donovan has written a wide-ranging biography of one of the foremost anti-communist Catholic clerics of the Cold War. From to , Father John F. Cronin, a member of the Society of St. Sulpice, served as Assistant [End Page ] Director of the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. During the height of the Cold War, Cronin served as a behind . Top 10 books about the cold war The long, nuclear-armed standoff that followed the second world war was a terrifying parody of peace – which inspired some brilliant literature Francesca Kay.
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A Catholic Cold War book Catholic Cold War: Edmund A. Walsh, S.J., and the Politics of American Anticommunism; Patrick J.
McNamara ; Book; Published by: Fordham University Press; View View Citation; summary. This book is the first biography in 42 years of the priest and educator whomhistorians have called the most important anticommunist in the A.
ideology and practical politics of Cold War Washington, moving easily outside the traditional boundaries of American Catholic life and becoming, in the words of one historian, “practically an institution by himself.” Few priests, indeed few Catholics, played so large a role in shaping American foreign policy in the 20th by: 4.
This unprecedented chronicle of the Soviet Union’s cold war against the Catholic Church is a vital and important contribution to the works of twentieth century history. 16 black-and-white illustrations. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
/5(19). Cold War era and s The books of Knut Hamsun (in post-World War II Norway) [ edit ] Following the liberation of Norway from Nazi occupation inangry crowds burned the books of Knut Hamsun in public in major Norwegian cities, due to Hamsun's having collaborated with the Nazis.
About The Christian Church in the Cold War. From the end of the Second World War until the rise of Gorbachev, the churches in the two halves of a divided Europe might have been living in different worlds.
This book is the first biography in 42 years of the priest and educator whom historians have called "the most important anticommunist in the country." Edmund A.
Walsh, as dean of Georgetown College and founder in of its School of Foreign Service, is one of the most influential Catholic figures of the 20th century. Soon after the birth of the Bolshevik state, he directed the Papal Relief.
Persecutions against the Catholic Church took place throughout the pontificate of Pope Pius XII (). Pius' reign coincided with the Second World War, the commencement of the Cold War and the accelerating European this time, the Catholic Church faced persecution under Fascist and Communist governments.
The Nazi persecution of the church was at its most extreme in. The United States faced an implacable foe in the Cold War but overcame it. Catholics likewise face an implacable foe in the culture war; indeed, a related one: it is increasingly known as cultural Marxism, and its aims include the promotion of abortion, euthanasia, radical sexual license, and the elimination of religious can we learn from the tactics of our Cold War foe so that we.
An Anti-Communist Comic Book Warns of "The Red Iceberg" This comic book warns young readers of the dangers ahead should Uncle Sam fail to steer clear of the "Red Iceberg." Published by Impact, an imprint of the anti-communist Catholic Catechetical Guild, the comic was distributed to thousands of Catholic school children during the Cold War.
Although seen widely as the twentieth-century's great religious war, as a conflict between the god-fearing and the godless, the religious dimension of the Cold War has never been subjected to a scholarly critique. This unique study shows why religion is a key Cold War variable.
Some Cold War Truths George Weigel On Christmas Day,Mikhail Gorbachev transferred the Soviet nuclear codes to Boris Yeltsin, called President George H.W.
Bush to wish him a happy Christmas, and picked up a pen, intending to sign the document that would dissolve the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, created by Lenin 74 years before.
This book is the first biography in 42 years of the priest and educator whom historians have called “the most important anticommunist in the country.” Edmund A. Walsh, as dean of Georgetown College and founder in of its School of Foreign Service, is one of the most influential Catholic figures of the 20th century.
Soon after the birth of the Bolshevik state, he directed the Papal. The first book to examine the depictions of Catholics in American popular culture during the critical period between the Great Depression and the height of the Cold War.
Looks at the popular films, TV shows, radio programs, and magazine coverage that re-imagined the Catholic role in American culture. Get this from a library. The Christian Church in the Cold War.
[Owen Chadwick] -- From the end of the Second World War until the rise of Gorbachev the division of Europe was the central fact in world politics - for individuals, nations and the different Christian Churches.
Amid. The faith of Reagan and of John Paul II helped bring about the chain of events leading to the undoing of the evil empire. The film highlights what could be called "the God factor" in this slice of history, and the connection between faith and freedom.
There is a distinct Catholic feel to the film. "Phayer has written a singularly important book on the role of the Catholic Church in both the Holocaust and its aftermath, up to and including Vatican II. Diligently researched and documented, judicious in its conclusions, comprehensive in its scope, compassionate and humane in its outlook, this book is an indispensable resource.".
The Cold War In Comic Books. This Godless Communism, Treasure Chest was a monthly comic book published by the Catholic Guild from to Each issue featured several different stories intended to inspire citizenship, morality, and patriotism.
The Routledge Handbook of the Cold War draws on the wealth of new Cold War scholarship, bringing together essays on a diverse range of topics such as geopolitics, military power and technology and strategy. The chapters also address the importance of non-state actors, such as scientists, human rights activists and the Catholic Church, and.
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"[A] well-written, and solidly researched book. Detroil's Cold War is highly recommended. It will be useful in undergraduate courses, and is an important contribution to the emerging scholarship on the rise of conservatism in twentieth century America."--American Catholic Studies.
Most cold war revisionists have concentrated on American foreign policy, but some younger scholars holding this perspective have begun examining the domestic cold war, largely in .The book’s final section features the testimony of three key protagonists. This book appeals to a wide range of audiences: undergraduate and graduate students, established scholars, policymakers (in Europe and the Americas) and potentially also general readerships interested in .American propaganda cast the Cold War as one of history’s great religious wars, between the godless and the God-fearing, between good and evil.
It was a simplistic depiction that was supported and promoted in the highest echelons of government and by the leaders of America’s key institutions. During the course of the presidencies of Harry S.
Truman and Dwight Eisenhower, U.S.-Soviet.