2 edition of European immigrants and the Catholic Church in Connecticut, 1870-1920 found in the catalog.
European immigrants and the Catholic Church in Connecticut, 1870-1920
Dolores Ann Liptak
Written in English
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European Immigrants and the Catholic Church in Connecticut,addresses the question: how does a predominantly Irish-American Church in Connecticut accommodate to the massive immigration of Southern and Eastern European Catholics during the four decades surrounding the 20th century ().
This book describes episodes of conflict. Genre/Form: Church history History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Liptak, Dolores Ann.
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Missionary work carried the Roman Catholic refugees to far-ranging French colonial areas, such as Michigan, St. Louis, and Louisiana. Exact numbers are difficult to come by, given the many different routes Poles took to the U.S., but the census found more thannew immigrants who spoke Polish.
After World War I, Poland regained its independence, and immigration began to slow. Even so, it is estimated that more than 2 million Poles had immigrated by the s. John Henry Newman (–90) began his life in the Church of England, shared in its Tractarian, or High Church, movement of the s, and later became a Roman Catholic and rose to the rank of cardinal.
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Some Catholic Irish Americans, wishing to preserve their inherited church practices, have been dismayed by the transformation. A huge influx of European immigrants came to the Northeast and then spread to the Midwest during the late s and early s as part of the Industrial Revolution.
With them came the midwives of the various immigrating ethnic groups. Many were graduates of midwifery schools in their native countries. Most did not speak English. While European immigrants accounted for nearly 60% of the total foreign population inthey accounted for only 15% in Immigration doubled between andand again between and InGeorge H.
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European immigrants joined the Union Army in large numbers, includingborn in Germany andborn in Ireland. Many Germans could see the parallel between slavery and serfdom in the old fatherland. Between andaboutFrench Canadians left Quebec to immigrate to the United States and settle, mainly in New England.
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Irish-Catholic immigrants came to America during colonial times, too, and not all Irish-Catholic immigrants were poor. For example, wealthy Charles Carroll immigrated to America in His grandson, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, signed his name to the Declaration of Independence. Ireland’s Knights of Columbus, „Connecticut Catholic” z 4 VII Liptak D., Hartford's Catholic Legacy: Leadership.
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