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CUA press release highlights new digital content available online from three archive collections: Young Catholic Messenger, Msgr. Joseph Fenton, and Iturbide-Kearney.
New finding aid/collection guide for the Young Catholic Messenger. It was the flagship publication of Catholic George Pflaum Publishing Company of Dayton, Ohio, 1885-1970. Pflaum produced religious and civic themed reading materials distributed to students in the Catholic parochial schools, which later included the Junior Catholic Messenger, Our Little Messenger, and the Treasure Chest of Fun and Fact.
We have a new finding aid/collection guide, for the digital only collection of The Changing Spirituality of Emerging Adults Project. This was developed in 2008 by Dr. Dean R. Hoge of the Department of Sociology at CUA as a means of studying issues involving emerging adults in the United States so as to provide religious leaders with information on how to better minister to this age group. It includes essays, commentaries, and case studies. Thanks to Chris Burroughs and Mike Dobbs for their work.
We now have a revised finding aid/collection guide, with links to digital materials, from the Joseph Fenton Diaries. There are eleven diaries, 1948-1966 by Fenton, Dean of Theology at CUA and editor of the American Ecclesiastical Review. These includes his trips to Rome during Vatican II. Thanks to our scanning team of Mike Dobbs, Paul Kelly, Raymond Moore, Shane MacDonald, and Chris Burroughs who used the WRLC Zeutschel to do the work.
We now have a revised finding aid with links to the digital scans for the Iturbide-Kearney Family Collection, which contains original documents from the Iturbide family from Emperor Iturbide I’s reign until the death of his grandson Augustin Iturbide III. It also includes correspondence, Mexican governmental documents, military medals and coins, newspapers, magazines, and portraits. The Kearney portion contains correspondence from Louise Kearney, Augustin Iturbide III’s wife as well as early family correspondence and portraits.
Finding aid/collection guide now available for the collection of Frances Nevins (Sr. Christine Mary of the Holy Spirit, OCD). Compiled by Joan Ward Mullaney, author of the biography, Frances Nevins: Mid-20th Century Carmelite Friend, Scholar, Wife, Nun and Mystic (2013), it includes testimonials on Nevins’s life, as well many of the nun’s personal writings and effects. Thanks to Shane MacDonald for his processing work.
The Religious Studies and Humanities Services department has created an information guide on the canonization process for Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. In the guide you will find biographical sources, information on the canonization process, prayers, unique CUA material, a collection of Fulton Sheen videos, works on and by Fulton Sheen, and a selection of news articles. We invite you to join us in excitement and anticipation as Archbishop Sheen moves through the process to become the first American born priest to achieve sainthood.
CUA graduates have continued access to some library resources through the Alumni home page, in disciplines ranging from religious studies and philosophy to government affairs. Resources available include: RefWorks, ATLASerials, Annual Reviews, CQ Almanac, Project Muse, SAGE Journals, and POIESIS: Philosophy Online Serials . To access these resources, go to Alumni Relations/Alumni resources/Benefits+Services. Under Services, you will see “Access Library Databases Online.” You will need to login and activate your account before you proceed.
Summer has begun for the Catholic University of America! Why not start your summer right by grabbing one of Mullen Library’s new Popular Reading books? There are a wide selection of materials from light leisure novels to fashion to creating your own spiritual style. So come hang out with us in the library or borrow one of our books and take it out to the pool.
Some of our newest titles are listed below. Hold your cursor over the Title to see a short description of the book, or click to view the catalog record. The status of the book is shown beside the call number.
|The Accidental Universe: The World You Thought You Knew||Lightman, Alan|
|Blessing the Hands That Feed Us: What Eating Closer to Home Can Teach Us About Food, Community, and Our Place on Earth||Robin, Vicki|
|Duty: Memoirs of a Secretary at War||Gates, Robert M.|
|Eggs in a Casket||Childs, Laura|
|The Investor’s Paradox: The Power Of Simplicity In A World Of Overwhelming Choice||Portnoy, Brian|
|Glamorous By George: The Key To Creating Movie-Star Style||Kotsiopoulos, George|
|First Love||James Patterson and Emily Raymond|
|Careless People: Murder, Mayhem, and the Invention of the Great Gatsby||Churchwell, Sarah|
|Still Life With Bread Crumbs||Quindlen, Anna|
|Mercy Snow||Baker, Tiffany|
|A Religion Of One’s Own: A Guide To Creating A Personal Spirituality In A Secular World||Moore, Thomas|
|Andrew’s Brain||Doctorow, E. L.|
|The Baby Boom: How It Got That Way, And It Wasn’t My Fault, And I’ll Never Do It Again||O’Rourke, P. J|
|Company Man: Thirty Years of Controversy and Crisis in the CIA||Rizzo, John|
Looking for more options? You can always see a full list of our Popular Reading books in the catalog, by searching under keyword, “CUA Popular Reading.” Happy reading!