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- HOW TO KEEP CHEERFUL IN VERY HOT WEATHER. Feeney, Leonard // America;7/30/1938, Vol. 59 Issue 17, p402
The article focuses on the developments of the journal. It highlights on the book of information on all important Catholic subjects which are written by the Catholic authors. He states that there is such the abundance of good things so interestingly written that it would be difficult to keep up...
- Communications. FAERBER, LOUIS J.; McCONAGHY, MARY // America;12/7/1935, Vol. 54 Issue 9, p213
Several letters to the editor are presented which discuss the plebiscite of Catholic authors in the US which was launched by "America" magazine in 1935.
- Nature and Grace in the Novel. Carmichael, Montgomery // America;2/20/1926, Vol. 34 Issue 19, p453
The article focuses on the nature and grace in the Catholic novels. It discusses the connection between the Catholic Church and such literature. The author claims that Catholic fiction has become a considerable force for good. The Catholic novelist is known to stand for decency in a degraded...
- Who Is Harry Sylvester? Jenkins, Philip // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Mar2007, Issue 171, p17
This article discusses the life and career of the Catholic writer Harry Sylvester. It examines his prominence among Catholic authors through the 1950s, and his decline in popularity and importance following his leaving the Catholic faith. The anti-segregationist and political themes inherent in...
- The Big Chill? Greeley, Andrew // Publishers Weekly;6/6/2005, Vol. 252 Issue 23, p72
Considers the impact of Jesuit Father Tom Reese's dismissal from the magazine "America" on other Catholic writers and publishers. Complaints by a group of U.S. bishops against Reese; Question raised on the protection of members of the Society of Jesus; Authority of the Congregation for the...
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR. REICHEL, L. T. // America;6/21/1913, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p264
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about sociology and Catholic education and a letter referring to Catholic writers and books.
- With Scrip and Staff. // America;4/19/1930, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p42
The article offers news briefs related to Catholic literature. Cardinal Pacelli, Papal Secretary of State, composed the Magna Carta of the Catholic press. The Catholic Women's League of Des Moines established a display of all obtainable Catholic periodicals. K. A. Paul of Ernakulam, South India...
- BOOKS RECEIVED. // America;11/15/1913, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p140
A list of books that explore Catholicism is presented.
- James T. Farrell and His Catholics. Flynn, Dennis // America;9/15/1979, Vol. 141 Issue 6, p111
The article discusses on the contributions of writer James T. Farrell to the image of the Catholic Church in American fiction. Farrell was considered the first American writer to apply Catholic liturgy as the main theme. Farrell is different from other writers because his experience in the...