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New Book Explores Catholic Religious Communities in Indiana
- 11/02/2009

Arcadia Publishing

More Info on This Book: Indiana's Catholic Religious Communities

The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s Images of America series is Indiana’s Catholic Religious Communities from local authors Jim Hillman and John Murphy. The book boasts over 200 rare vintage photographic memories, most printed for the first time. These images capture the heart and soul of outreach and humanity that define these historical-and very contemporary-communities.

With expanding Irish, Swiss, French and German immigrant populations, the state of Indiana evolved from individual explorers, trappers, hunters and traders into family-focused communities of farmers and craftsmen.

Emerging from the former Indiana Territory, the state's early population was in need of education, health care and social services to assist young families, the poor, the infirm and the elderly. These needs were frequently met by Catholic religious orders, including the Benedictines, Sisters of Providence, Franciscans, Daughters of Charity and other established organizations of dedicated religious men and women.

Lifelong Catholic-educated authors Jim Hillman and John Murphy examine the secular social impact of the various religious orders woven into the fabric of Indiana's development: St. Meinrad Archabbey (St. Meinrad); Monastery Immaculate Conception (Ferdinand); Our Lady of Grace Monastery (Beech Grove); Sisters of Providence, St. Mary of the Woods (Terre Haute); Congregation of the Holy Cross, Notre Dame (South Bend); Franciscan Friars and Sisters of the Immaculate (Bloomington); and numerous other religious settlements.

Highlights of Indiana’s Catholic Religious Communities:
• Most of the images came directly from the official archives of the communities.
• The book is written in secular vocabulary to appeal to both Catholic and non-Catholic audiences.

Available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, or through Arcadia Publishing at www.arcadiapublishing.com or
(888)-313-2665.

Arcadia Publishing is the leading publisher of local and regional history in the United States. Our mission is to make history accessible and meaningful through the publication of books on the heritage of America’s people and places. Have we done a book on your town? Visit www.arcadiapublishing.com.

Buy It Now: Indiana's Catholic Religious Communities $21.99




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