Catholic Art Quarterly
Cover of the Catholic Art Quarterly, Pentecost edition, 1956
|Categories||Catholic social art magazine|
|First issue||Winter 1937|
|Company||Catholic Art Association|
The Catholic Art Quarterly (originally the Christian Social Art Quarterly and later Good Work) was the official bulletin of the Catholic Art Association (CAA). Beginning in 1937 under the guidance of founding editor Sister Esther Newport, the magazine was published quarterly for thirty-two years.
At the first general meeting in October 1937 of the Catholic Art Association (then called the Catholic College Art Association), association membership decided to publish a quarterly magazine. Newport was appointed editor and the issue was to be published from the campus of the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana.
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