Catholicism in America
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This paper discusses the history of Catholicism in the United States and how it has greatly influenced how America thinks and operates, especially when considering the core beliefs and practices that continue to be so pervasive in contemporary American culture. The paper discusses the factors that influenced Catholic immigration to America, as well as what influenced the increase in popularity of Catholicism within America itself.
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- Ellis, J.T. Catholics in Colonial America. New York: Helicon Press, 1965.
- Emerson, Charles W. The Story of Catholics in America. Rome: Paulist Press, 1978.
- Marino, Anthony. The Catholics in America. New York: Vantage Press, 1960.
- Trisco, Robert F. Catholics in America, 1776 to 1976. Boston: Committee of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1976.
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