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Labor and the Catholic Church  

Steve Rosswurm

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Jun 2018
The US Catholic Church was for most of its history—and, in many places, still is—a working-class church. The choice for worship by successive waves of immigrants, from the Irish to the ... More

Latina/o Religious Politics  

Felipe Hinojosa

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Apr 2018
Religion is at the heart of the Latina/o experience in the United States. It is a deeply personal matter that often shapes political orientations, how people vote, where they live, and the ... More

Stephen Wise and Americanism  

Randi Storch

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Apr 2017
Over the first half of the 20th century, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise (1874–1949) devoted himself to solving the most controversial social and political problems of his day: corruption in ... More

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