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Reveals how religious faith can motivate people in inner-city neighborhoods to work together even through diversity in terms of race, age, socio-economic background, and religious denomination.
paper / 1998 / ISBN 0-9662066-0-6 /
Order No. 2318
J. Kent Calder
Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and Muslim voices are represented by editors, photographers, poets, and writers.
cloth / 158 pp. / 1998 / ISBN 0-253-33453-5 /
Order No. 2314
Seminarians share intimate, painful, and sometimes secret parts of their lives. This is a provocative portrait of a generation of Catholics and an agenda for liberal change in the Church.
cloth / 272 pp. / 1995 / ISBN 0-253-32943-4 /
Order No. 2179
Jacquelyn S. Nelson
More than one thousand Quakers served in the military during the Civil War, while others supported the war effort at home. Conscientious objection, anti-slavery, and nonviolence are chronicled.
cloth / 298 pp. / 1991 / ISBN 0-87195-064-2 / $19.95
Order No. 2242
Joseph M. White
All ninety-two counties are detailed in this survey focusing on the significant material symbols of Hoosier faith.
paper / 202 pp. / 1996 / ISBN 1-878208-56-8 / $19.95
Order No. 3111
A Belief in Providence: A Life of Saint Theodora Guerin, a youth biography, explores the life of the woman who would become Indiana's first saint.
cloth / 198 pp. / 2007 / ISBN 978-0-87195-255-4 / $17.95
Order No. 2640