By Margaret O'Brien Steinfels,J Bottum,Gail Buckley,Daniel Callahan,Michele Dillon,Richard M. Doerflinger,William Donohue,Brian Doyle,Kenneth J. Doyle,Paul Elie,James T. Fisher,Andrew M. Greeley,Luke Timothy Johnson,Mark Massa,John T. McGreevy,Paul Moses,Sus
Volume 2, American Catholics, American tradition: culture and Resistance, is brought via Peter Steinfels and Robert Royal. half One, "Against the Grain," explores the philosophical and functional transformations among Catholicism and American tradition on matters in sexuality, marriage, abortion, stem telephone study, women's rights, and physician-assisted suicide. The essays try to mediate the divide among Catholicism's communal and personalist view of the human individual and the yankee choice for autonomy and pluralism. half , "Popular tradition & Literature," confronts the function and interplay of the Church in pop culture and explores the identification of the "Catholic" author at the literary web page and within the media. half 3, "Anti-Catholicism: The final appropriate Prejudice?" endeavors to outline what anti-Catholicism is, the place it's present in North American tradition, what it potential for retaining crew id, and the way it may be interpreted as an American or spiritual phenomenon.
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