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Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago epub ebook

by Charles W. Dahm

Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago epub ebook

Author: Charles W. Dahm
Language: English
Publisher: Univ of Notre Dame Pr (January 1, 1982)
Pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 0268015465
ISBN13: 978-0268015466
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Dahm, Charles W. Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago (University of Notre Dame Press, 1981). Faraone, Dominic E. "Urban Rifts and Religious Reciprocity: Chicago and the Catholic Church, 1965–1996.

Dahm, Charles W. 2013, PhD, Marquette University); Bibliography pages 359–86. Garrathan, Gilbert J. The Catholic Church in Chicago, 1673–1871 (Loyola University Press, 1921). Greeley, Andrew M. Chicago Catholics and the struggles within their Church (Transaction Publishers, 2011).

Cody, John Patrick, Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Chicago (Il. Publisher. urn:acs6:hm:pdf:da8-7c15f632bebb urn:acs6:hm:epub:343-6e7c8fae7822 urn:oclc:record:1036783788. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on July 20, 2012. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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'Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago,'' based on an eight-year study of Chicago .

'Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago,'' based on an eight-year study of Chicago archdiocesan politics, does not deal extensively with recent accusations that the Cardinal misappropriated church funds. Mr. Dahm said the Cardinal ''never took any action to which the hierarchical ideology did not entitle him,'' but he added: ''No ruler of this world has to endure fewer checks on his power than does a Catholic prelate. Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago (University of. .Skok, Deborah A. More Than Neighbors: Catholic Settlements and Day Nurseries in Chicago, 1893-1930 (Northern Illinois University Press, 2007). "Urban Rifts and Religious Reciprocity: Chicago and the Catholic Church, 1965-1996. 2013, PhD, Marquette University); Bibliography pages 359-86. The Catholic Church in Chicago, 1673-1871 (Loyola University Press, 1921). The Spirit of Cardinal Bernardin (Chicago: Thomas More Press, 1983).

In his book, Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago, the Dominican priest Charles Dahm reports that when Cody moved to Chicago after four years as archbishop of New Orleans, he arrived with a reputation as a financial wizard and a social liberal, the latter.

In his book, Power and Authority in the Catholic Church: Cardinal Cody in Chicago, the Dominican priest Charles Dahm reports that when Cody moved to Chicago after four years as archbishop of New Orleans, he arrived with a reputation as a financial wizard and a social liberal, the latter being the result of forcing integration on the New Orleans Catholic school system. Dahm also reports that Cody's rapport with the priests of the New Orleans diocese was such that they sang a Te Deum, a solemn hymn of thanksgiving, upon their archbishop's departure. Under Cody's reign in Chicago,.

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