Title page of the first edition.
|First issue||April 1865|
Vol. 239, No. 1429
|Website||The Catholic World|
Catholic World was a periodical founded by Paulist Father Isaac Thomas Hecker in April 1865. It featured many articles by Orestes Brownson, including the May 1870 essay "Church and State", which described Brownson's understanding of the proper relationship between the Church and the state.
- David J. O'Brien, Isaac Hecker: An American Catholic (SUNY Press, 1992).
- Gribble, Richard. Guardian of America: The Life of James Martin Gillis, CSP (1998) online
- Gribble, Richard. "A Conservative Voice for Black Catholics: The Case of James Martin Gillis, CSP." Catholic Historical Review (1999): 420-434. in JSTOR
- Gribble, Richard. "The Other Radio Priest: James Gillis's Opposition to Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Foreign Policy." Journal of Church and State (2002): 501-519. in JSTOR
- Official website
- Crisis Magazine article describing relationship between Hecker and Brownson in regards to the Catholic World
- Online holdings of the Catholic World from April 1865 - March 1901 at the Making of America website
- Full-text transcriptions of The Catholic World
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