University of Notre Dame Press (Notre Dame, Ind.)
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Scope and Contents pt. I. Creating Catholic Space in a Protestant Wilderness. Ch. 1. Catholicism in Colonial Virginia. Ch. 2. Post-Revolutionary Virginia Catholicism. Ch. 3. Richmond Becomes a Diocese, 1820. Ch. 4. Diocese without a Bishop, 1821-1841. Ch. 5. Richard Vincent Whelan, Second Bishop of Richmond: 1841-1850. Ch. 6. Division of Richmond and Wheeling, 1850: John McGill, Richmond's Third Bishop. Ch. 7. Diocese on the Eve of the Civil War. Ch. 8. Civil War: Virginia's Catholics Rally to the Cause. Ch....
Scope and Contents "This volume offers the definitive account of the life and labors of Edward Sorin, founder of the University of Notre Dame. Born in the west of France in 1814, Sorin was ordained in 1838 and joined the newly founded Congregation of Holy Cross shortly thereafter. In 1841, Father Sorin, along with six Holy Cross brothers, was sent to establish a mission in Indiana. After a year's service in the Vincennes diocese's fledgling parochial schools, Sorin was offered a tract of land in the diocese's...