By James Talmadge Moore
During those years the Texas church, just like the remainder of the country, confronted a swift progress in inhabitants (partly from Mexicans fleeing the political and monetary turmoil of revolution) and the necessity for an more and more subtle organizational constitution. It additionally confronted normal mess ups resembling the 1900 Galveston storm, the bigotry of the Ku Klux Klan, and the arriving of 2 global wars.
In Acts of Faith, James Talmadge Moore has mined the experiences of the mostly untapped Southern Messenger, the state's significant Catholic newspaper, for the narrative line. The money owed he reveals there shape the foundation for biographical pics of the main figures, overviews of the $64000 matters with which the church needed to grapple, and realizing of social forces that formed this significant institution's development.
A sequel to Moore's Through fireplace and Flood, this can be sound institutional history—a examine the establishment as establishment and a desirable chronology of church event. It offers the Catholic church's activities, social stances, and positions on present occasions. Orphanages, faculties, and liturgical practices fill the pages, besides the occasions of the bigger society. For the folks who learn Moore's past quantity, this one takes the dramatic tale one other half-century in time. And for someone who desires a fuller photo of recent Texas historical past, the e-book provides a massive chapter.
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Mother Mary Joseph, like Father Gleissner at the inﬁrmary, sought to calm the crowd by speaking slowly and calmly as she told them, “God rules! We are the children of a Heavenly Father and our Diocesan Development times are in His hands. 8 During the week before the storm, about thirty boarding students had arrived at the Dominicans’ Sacred Heart Academy for the autumn semester. The students and sisters took refuge that night in the convent building. Windows were blown in, walls buckled, and the chapel was virtually destroyed, but enough of the building held together so that ﬁfty sisters, the thirty students, and several hundred refugees managed to live through the night.
Once again, Father Kirwin paid eloquent tribute to this order in the homily, in which he traced the history of the order and also pointed out, by beginning with Abraham’s leaving his native land, that all people who have accomplished much have a hallowed special event they look back to that gives added meaning to what they do in the present. He paid great tribute to Jeanne de Matel and the Order of the Incarnate Word, out of which grew the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word. ”23 The Dominican Sisters, who within less than a month after the hurricane established a new boarding and day school in Lampasas, opened another school in Houston in .
While the American hierarchy was fostering Catholic education at all levels and the number of Catholic colleges and universities was increasing around the country, there was nonetheless the growing realization that many Catholics would always be in attendance at public institutions of higher education. Priests and sisters assigned to work at parishes or Newman Student Centers adjacent to such colleges were already the norm in many places. The Paulist Fathers began their work at the University of Texas in Austin during the ﬁrst decade of the twentieth century.