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Descriptive Summary

Repository: The American Catholic Research Center and University Archives
Creator: National Council of Catholic Men
Title: National Council of Catholic Men Records
Dates: 1920-1975
Extent: 31 linear feet; 53 boxes
Abstract: The NCCM was established in 1920 as part of the Lay Organizations Department of the National Catholic Welfare Council (NCWC). Its various functions included the federation of Catholic men's groups, to be a central clearinghouse for information on lay activities, to promote lay cooperation, to help existing Catholic lay organizations on the local level, to contribute to national and international movements with moral questions, and to inculcate appreciation of Catholic principles in society. It operated through a committee system on national, diocesan, and parish levels and published a monthly news organ and other publications as well. It operated a film distribution office and a New York radio and television office, from which it produced The Catholic Hour, 1930-1968. It was briefly merged with NCCW to form the National Council of Catholic Laity, before going defunct in 1975. Records include constitutions, bylaws, and incorporation; minutes of the Board of Directors; reports and convention proceedings; general correspondence including national organizations and diocesan; Catholic Hour radio and television scripts, transcripts, audio tapes, photographs, and phonographs; and miscellaneous publications.
Collection Number: 10
Language: English

Historical Note

The roots of the Roman Catholic laity in the United States of America, a group referred to as 'The Faithful' in the seminal book by James O'Toole, date back to European colonization beginning in the fifteenth century with Spanish missions, extends through English colonies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries on the eastern seaboard, and continues with the thriving immigrant church of the American republic. In the decades before the American Civil War, and continuing thereafter, there were increased numbers of Catholic immigrants, mostly Irish and German. As they assimilated and became more established, they became eager to emulate the types of charity work being done by their Protestant counterparts. This included such activities as temperance, poor relief, and resettlement by the founding of organizations such as the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New York City in 1836 and affiliating with such existing groups as the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in 1845.

Catholics also wanted to show that while much Protestant charity, in their view, came from upper class largesse, Catholics efforts were the result of working class sacrifices inspired by faith in time tested papal encyclicals and other old world values. They did, however, want to be accepted by American society and demonstrate that Catholics were not foreign and intemperate paupers. They took part in the 1893 World's Fair in Chicago, Illinois, with a Columbian Exposition designed to demonstrate the Catholic place in American history. These lay Catholics efforts also took place at a time when internal conflicts arose among ethnic groups like the Irish and the Germans while new waves of immigrants, primarily Italian and Polish, from southern and Eastern Europe respectively fomented renewed anti-Catholic sentiments among non-Catholic Americans. There was also the Vatican suspicion about American ideas in the Church that resulted in the 1899 condemnation of 'Americanism.' It is not surprising then that the Vatican had special concerns about the U.S. and formally considered it a mission country until 1908.

As the twentieth century dawned there were increasing efforts at national Catholic unity and a greater role for the laity. This is evidenced by the organization of the American Federation of Catholic Societies in 1901, the Daughters of Isabella (later the Catholic Daughters of America) in 1903, the Catholic Education Association (later the National Catholic Education Association) in 1904, and the National Conference of Catholic Charities (later Catholic Charities USA) in 1910. This trend continued after the outbreak of the First World War, with Catholic leaders, hoping to demonstrate Catholic loyalty, created the National Catholic War Council (NCWC) in 1917, an emergency organization based in Washington, D.C., representing Catholic interests by addressing the needs of soldiers at home and overseas, promoting the Americanization of recent immigrants, and developing a Program for the Social Reconstruction of American society.

After the end of hostilities, the War Council was succeeded by the National Catholic Welfare Council (known since 2001 as the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops), which was composed of the American Catholic hierarchy and its standing secretariat. Thereafter, the NCWC blossomed into the single most important national organization in the American Catholic Church through the middle years of the twentieth century. It became the principal Catholic lobbyist with the federal government against federal aid to education bills for fear such laws would impose government controls on private schools; though later it would fight for parochial school funding. The NCWC issued national guidelines and provided training and national coordination for hosts of local Catholic societies. This was especially true for the Lay Organizations Department that oversaw the activities of the fledgling National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM) and the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW). It served as a channel for the interchange of information and service between the bishops and the laity in promoting Catholic principles and ideals in education, social, and civic life.

The NCCM was organized on September 29, 1920 in Washington, D.C. with a structure that included parish councils that were in turn part of district and then diocesan councils. Initial activities included study clubs, support of scouting, and outreach to minorities and immigrants. There were also efforts to influence legislation, motion pictures, and the press against perceived anti-Catholic prejudice. Membership included subscriptions to the 'NCWC Bulletin' and NCCM's 'Information Bulletin' (and later additional publications such as 'Alert' and 'Catholic Men'). By 1924, there were 1,025 affiliates in 87 dioceses. In 1926, there was a strong emphasis on the religious turmoil in Mexico, with efforts to lobby interested parties and care for refugees. By 1928, promotional work focused on supporting Catholic radio stations nationally and opposing birth control legislation.

The tenth anniversary of NCCM's founding in 1930 was a watershed year. There were 1,464 affiliated lay societies, including eight national such as the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), the Catholic Central Verein, and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. Six permanent NCCM committees were established: Catholic Education, Crime and Disregard of Law, Practical Apologetics, Industrial Problems, Catholic Press, and Organization and Development. The National Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) offered free use to sponsor a Catholic radio hour, which was approved by the bishops. 'The Catholic Hour' was inaugurated on March 2, 1930 by NBC and was broadcast every Sunday from 6 pm to 7 p.m. initially on 24 stations but reaching 47 stations in 28 states by end of the year. Notable early speakers included John J. Burke, Fulton J. Sheen, and George Johnson and some 100,000 print copies of Catholic Hour addresses, including nearly 20,000 of Sheen's 'Divine Romance,' were distributed.

In 1934, episcopal chairman Joseph Schrembs was replaced by John F. Noll of Fort Wayne while the Knights of Columbus (KC) contributed a $3,000 annual pledge to support The Catholic Hour which now was on 50 stations. The 300th program was broadcast on November 24, 1935 and the annual audience mail was nearly 23,000 letters. Apologetics work continued, both with the radio hour and in the field nationally with fostering and promoting evidence work. In 1928, there were 1216 affiliates, with 12 national, 5 state or regional, 389 parish councils, 418 KC councils, 225 Holy Name societies, and 167 other local societies. The number of radio stations carrying the Catholic Hour reached 75 in 40 states, with nearly 42,000 items of mail received with about 39, 000 related to the Catholic Hour, with 8,000 from non-Catholics, including the claim of twelve conversions directly traceable to the program.

In 1940, the NCCM and The Catholic Hour noted their twentieth and tenth respective anniversaries. The world's first Catholic television program 'The Spiritual Symbolism of Television' with Fulton J. Sheen was telecast on Easter Sunday, March, 24, 1940. The NCCM began to support the Bishops Welfare Emergency Relief Committee (BWERC) and the National Office for Decent Literature (NODL) in 1942 and the apostolic Narberth Movement in 1943. In 1944, The Catholic Hour was credited with 37 conversions while NCCM began a second show called the Hour of Faith, described as a "chatty, carpet-slipper sort of talk in a musical setting that should be neither high-brow nor stiffly religious." In 1945, the number of affiliates was 24 diocesan councils, 8 national organizations, 1515 parish councils (including 1,168 KC), 541 Holy Name Societies, and 174 miscellaneous local organizations. The Catholic Hour had 106 stations and an audience mail of 123,000.

In 1949, The Catholic Hour had 127 radio stations and 88,642 pieces of audience mail. The NCCM also began experimenting with television with Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen's Easter Special. In 1950, Martin Work became Executive Secretary, a position he would hold until 1970. In 1951, The Catholic Hour moved time slots to 2:00 p.m. from 6:00 p.m. and saw a station increase to 144 and received 78,063 pieces of mail. In 1952, the NCCM took part in assisting the Congressional Committee Investigating Indecent Literature led by Congressman E.C. Gathings of Arkansas. The Catholic Hour, now a half hour program (2-2:30 on Sundays), was carried on 143 stations, and also heard on the Armed Forces Radio Network. The Catholic Hour also debuted on television with 62 stations by the end of 1952. It won an award as the finest network religious television program for 1952-1953 by the Ohio Institute for Education by Radio and Television.

The Catholic Hour celebrated its 25th year on radio in 1955, with 143 stations, while The Catholic Hour on television increased to 85 stations and a main television office for NCCM was opened in New York City. By 1957, there were 16 national organizations, 1,344 parish and KC councils, and 24 regional councils. The Catholic Hour on Radio had 144 stations with 3 million listeners and The Catholic Hour on television had 120 stations and an audience of 2 million people. In 1958, on television The Catholic Hour produced an award winning two hour special on the history of the Catholic Church. In 1960, the NCCM and The Catholic Hour turned 40 and 30 years old respectively. Radio-TV broadcasting had an increase of 20 percent with much of it going to religious specials such as 'The Living Church' program on television, and negotiations with ABC began for bringing Catholic programming to its network.

In 1961, federal aid for education was the main social issue while on television a notable program on ABC titled 'Directions '61' discussed the religious factor in the 1960 presidential election that resulted in the first Catholic, John F. Kennedy, becoming president. In 1962, The Catholic Hour focused radio broadcasts on racism in America and youth issues, with the highlight on television being a special on America and Communism and prejudice. Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Hogan wrote 'The Saintmaker's Christmas Eve' on ABC and Christmas Mass on radio. In 1963, there were a total of 7,274 organizations affiliated with the NCCM, including 66 diocesan councils and 21 national organizations. The NCCM provided staff for the Conference on Religion and Race in response to heightened racial tensions while The Catholic Hour on radio focused on the history of ecumenical councils and on television discussed the actual Second Vatican Council. Additionally, Martin Work led an NCCM delegation that met with President Kennedy at The White House.

In 1964, there was an increase in affiliates with 7,987, with national councils staying stagnant and a decrease in state councils. Radio and television programming focused on the theme of new pope Paul VI building a bridge to the contemporary world. Race in America and Latin American issues also became a focus on radio programs such as 'Catholics in Action' and on other television documentaries. In 1965, affiliates were at 7,852 with 35 councils for the Military Councils of Catholic Men due to the escalation of the War in Vietnam. A new diocesan council plan was also created to compete with the changing times. In 1966, television and radio highlights included a CBS special titled 'An American Perspective' that gave an oversight on the Second Vatican Council. In 1967, there was an increased focus on adult education and poverty outreach programs. There were 59 television programs, with the most popular being The Catholic Hour's special on 'The Church and War' dealing with the Vietnam War. Of the 100 radio programs the most notable was a ten part series titled, 'The Perplexed Catholic: A Guide through Confusion' that looked at the effects of the Vatican Council decrees.

In 1968, the NCCM produced 52 television and 130 radio programs; however, differences with the bishops resulted in the end of an era with all programs ceasing as of December 31, 1968 when the New York offices were closed, staff terminated, and files turned over to the new National Catholic Office for Radio and Television (NCORT). The final Catholic Hour programs included 'Faith in God and Man' and perhaps its best program in decades on radio or television, "Sing Freedom,' a tribute to the life of Martin Luther King Jr. As NCCM's fiftieth anniversary approached in 1970, there were efforts to understand the complex issues of changing times and to find a new role for the NCCM. A conference was held in Washington with ten other lay organizations to discuss lay cooperation in running parishes in the future, and, most importantly, a joint committee with the NCCW recommended a merger as a way to promote greater lay unity. However, the resulting National Council of Catholic Laity (NCCL) proved to be a brief union that ended in 1975 when the NCCM gave up the ghost and the NCCW went its own way thereafter.

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Scope and Contents

The records of the National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM), while not constituting a particularly large collection in terms of linear feet, is nevertheless an important and fairly detailed documentation of NCCM history via a wide variety of formats. There are constitutions, bylaws, certificates of incorporation, minutes and related material of the Board of Directors, annual reports, convention proceedings, correspondence, Catholic Hour radio and television material, audio tapes, phonographs, photographs, publications, and a scrapbook of news clippings.

The first series is Constitutions, By-laws, and Incorporation Records, dated 1947-1970 and located in box 1. This material consists of legal documents that governed the operations of NCCM throughout much of its existence though unfortunately they do not include foundational documents from 1920 nor anything related to their disbandment in 1975.

The second series is Golden Jubilee Files, 1920-1962 and 1970, in boxes 1-2. This material includes older NCCM files gathered together by those preparing for the NCCM's 50th anniversary even as it prepared to merge with the National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW) to form the NCCL, and, ironically, just five short years away from the NCCM's ultimate demise.

The third series is Board of Directors' Executive Committee Correspondence, Minutes and Related Material, 1920-1969, in boxes 2-7. This consists of bound volumes, often overlapping in date span, as well as copies of minutes and related items in traditional file folders. There are gaps in the files for the 1930s and most of the 1940s and 1950s though fortunately these years are covered in the bound volumes.

The fourth series is Annual Reports, 1920-1969, in boxes 8-9. There is a bound volume for the years 1932-1946, with the other years in file folders. These consist of both typescript and printed copies. In order to have a complete run certain years are photocopies made of originals from the Bishops' Conference Executive Department/Office of the General Secretary.

The fifth series is Convention Files, dated 1922, 1927-1933, 1951-1969, in boxes 9-12. As the sporadic dates indicate there are many gaps with not much from the earliest years. What is there is often just a print copy of some of the sermons and addresses and not proceedings or other more substantial files. The conventions were held annually from 1920 to 1955 and biennially from 1957 to 1969.

The sixth series is Correspondence and Related Material, 1935(1948-1975)1975, in boxes 12-36, and further subdivided into seven sub-series. The first sub-series is Officers and Board Members, 1950-1971, in boxes 12-14. These are mostly alphabetical files relating to various NCCM board members, presidents like John Donnelly or Nunzio Giambalvo, and the bishop's conference episcopal chairman such as Leo Binz of St. Paul. The second sub-series is the National Consultants Program, 1951(1967-1970)1970, in boxes 15-18. These files are also mostly alphabetical by surname but incomplete with only names beginning with A to G included. The third sub-series is affiliated National Organizations, 1949-1974, in boxes 19-21. The fourth is Non-affiliated National Organizations, 1935(1948-1974)1974, in boxes 22-24. The fifth is Diocesan, 1939(1951-1975)1975, in boxes 24-34. This subseries includes both general files and alphabetical files by diocesan name. The sixth is Pastoral Councils, 1963-1972, in boxes 34-35. The seventh and final subseries is Miscellaneous, 1957-1973, in boxes 35-36.

The seventh series is Catholic Hour Records, 1929-1968, in boxes 36-46. There are three sub-series. The first is Executive Committee Files, 1929-1968, in boxes 36-39. This includes materials on the founding of the radio hour in 1930 as well as the demise of both the television and radio shows in 1968. The records are rich though incomplete and include correspondence, meeting minutes, scripts, and publicity files. The second sub-series is Scripts and Transcripts, 1930-1968, in boxes 39-46, and has printed radio transcripts filed alphabetically by speakers' name as well as television transcripts printed in both newsletter format and typescript copies, both filed chronologically. The third subseries is Printed Material, 1934-1946, in box 46, which has printed items commemorating so many years of The Catholic Hour being on the air or miscellaneous topics.

The eight series is General Publications and Printed Material 1924-1969, in boxes 47-48. This is a miscellaneous selection of surviving general publications and printed material issued by the NCCM.

The ninth series, Scrapbook of Clippings, 1930-1931, in Box 49, has news clippings from the NCCM conventions in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1930 and Rochester, New York, in 1931.

The tenth and last series is Audio Visual Records, 1930-1970, in boxes 50-53 and divided into there are four sub-series. The first is Phonographs, 1938-1941, in box 50, which consists of recording from The Catholic Hour on radio. There are seven 33 1/3 and four 78 rpm phonographs. The second is Photographs, 1930-1970, in boxes 50-51. This includes oversize photos and topics run from general matters to events such as conventions and endeavors such as The Catholic Hour on television in the 1960s. Of particular note is a photo of the NCCM delegation led by Martin Work that was hosted at The White House by President Kennedy in 1963. The third sub-series is Audio Tapes, 1966-1968, in boxes 52-53. The tape labels do not state whether the recordings are the radio or television versions of The Catholic Hour. Listening to a sample suggests they are the masters, without edits made for broadcasting, which include some mistakes and re-reading of sections. In most cases, in both radio and early television, the pre-recorded introductions or closings were added at the time of editing. However, it would appear that these recordings are for the radio show as the sound engineers or editors occasionally buzz in and interrupt the speaker with questions or instructions. They also discuss recording levels at the beginning and there are occasions when one hears someone open and close a door while walking away from the microphone, suggesting the recording is taking place in a separate room, most likely in a separate recording booth. Therefore, these are most likely recordings for the radio broadcasts though not copies that were aired. The fourth and final sub-series is Reel to Reel Film, n.d., presently consisting of one reel of a undated film called 'Religious Life', housed on the oversize shelves.

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Arrangement

The National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM) Records consists of ten series:











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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

25 Years or Living Persons

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The bulk of the collection received from the National Council of Catholic Laity (NCCL) offices in four installments, 1974-1977. Additional miscellaneous donations made from various sources in 1997, 2004, 2009, 2017.

Processing Information

Processing by William John Shepherd with some assistance from Anthony Zito in 1992. Additional processing by Mr. Shepherd, including EAD markup, with contributions by Raymond Moore and Robin Pike, in 2011-2012. Fulton Sheen materials digitized in Fall 2015 under direction of Paul Kelly; digital archival object links added to finding aid in Spring 2016 by Paul Kelly.

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Related Material

American Catholic History Research and University Archives:

National Council of Catholic Laity Records

National Council of Catholic Women Records

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), Office of the General Secretary Records

Library of Congress:

NBC Broadcast Radio Archives

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.


Persons:
Benson, William Shepherd
Binz, Leo
Noll, John Francis
Schrembs, Joseph
Sheen, Fulton J.
Work, Martin

Organizations:
National Catholic Welfare Conference
National Conference of Catholic Bishops
National Council of Catholic Laity
National Council of Catholic Women
United States Catholic Conference

Places:
New York, New York
Washington, D.C.

Subjects:
Laity
Race Relations
Radio-The Catholic Hour
Television-The Catholic Hour
Vatican II Council


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Bibliography

National Council of Catholic Men Annual Reports, 1921-1969.

Pavuk, Alexander. 'Constructing a Catholic Church Out of Thin Air: Catholic Hour’s Early Years on NBC Radio,' American Catholic Studies, 118:4 (Winter 2007): 37-67.

Rhomberg, Thomas W. The Formal Structure of the National Council of Catholic Men and its Role in Promoting Catholic Action. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Master's Thesis, 1954.

Shepherd, William John. 'Faith and Freedom: Admiral William S. Benson.' Potomac Catholic Heritage, XXIV, Summer 2013, 16-20.

Shepherd, William John. 'The Archivist's Nook: For God and Country-American Catholics and the World War,' November 11, 2015.

Slawson, Douglas J. The Foundation and First Decade of the National Catholic Welfare Council. Washington: Catholic University Press, 1922.

Work, Martin. 'National Council of Catholic Men (NCCM),' New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 10 (1967): 231-232.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

                       
Series 1: Constitutions, By-laws, and Incorporation Records, 1947-1970 (1 Box)
Various legal documents governing NCCM's existence and operations.
Box Folder
1 1 By-Laws (1), 1967
  2 By-Laws (2), 1967
  3 By-Laws (3), 1967
  4 Certificate of Exemption: NCCM-USCC, 1970
  5 Corporate Matter: By-Laws and Constitution, 1947-1952
  6 Corporate Matter: By-Laws and Constitution, 1954-1961
  7 Corporate Matter: Certificate of Incorporation, 1943-1960
                       
Series 2: Golden Jubilee Files, 1920-1962, 1970 (2 Boxes)
Material gathered or created for the NCCM fiftieth anniversary.
Box Folder
1 8 Rhomberg, Thomas W. The Formal Structure of the National Council of Catholic Men and its Role in Promoting Catholic Action, 1954
        Catholic University master's thesis
  9 Form Letters, 1970
  10 Organizational History, 1920-1962
Box Folder
2 1 Proposals, 1970
  2 Speech, 1970
                       
Series 3: Board of Directors' Executive Committee Correspondence, Minutes, and Related Material, 1920-1969 (6 Boxes)
Bound volumes, often overlapping in date span, as well as copies of minutes and related items in traditional file folders.
Box Folder
2 3 Official Minutes, 1920-1921
        Bound volume
  4 Official Minutes, 1920-1929
        Bound volume
Box Folder
3 1 Official Minutes, 1929-1945
        Bound volume
  2 Official Minutes, 1928-1942
        Bound volume
Box Folder
4 1 Official Minutes, 1943-1947
        Bound volume
  2 Official Minutes, 1947-1952
        Bound volume
Box Folder
5 1 Official Minutes, 1953-1956
        Bound volume
  2 Official Minutes, 1957-1960
        Bound volume
  3 Official Minutes, 1961-1964
        Bound volume
Box Folder
6 1 Official Minutes, 1965-1969
        Bound volume
  2 Executive Committee Minutes, 1940-1941
  3 Executive Committee Minutes, 1953-1954
  4 Executive Committee Minutes, 1956-1959
  5 Executive Committee Minutes, 1960-1961
  6 Executive Committee Minutes, 1962
  7 Executive Committee Minutes (1), 1964
  8 Executive Committee Minutes (2), 1964
  9 Executive Committee Minutes (1), 1965
  10 Executive Committee Minutes (2), 1965
Box Folder
7 1 Executive Committee Minutes, 1965-1966
  2 Executive Committee Minutes (1), 1966
  3 Executive Committee Minutes (2), 1966
  4 Executive Committee Minutes (1), 1967
  5 Executive Committee Minutes (2), 1967
  6 Executive Committee Minutes (3), 1967
  7 Executive Committee Minutes (4), 1967
  8 Executive Committee Minutes (5), 1967
  9 Executive Committee Minutes, 1968
  10 Executive Committee Agendas, 1960-1967
  11 Executive Committee Form Memos, 1963-1964
  12 Executive Committee Form Memos, 1965-1966
  13 Executive Committee Form Memos, 1967-1968
  14 Executive Committee-Institute for Social Research, 1966
  15 Executive Committee-President's Meeting, 1960
                       
Series 4: Annual Reports, 1920-1969 (2 Boxes)
One bound volume and several folders with original and duplicate typescript and printed copies.
Box Folder
8 1 Annual Reports, 1920-1924
        Typescript and printed photocopies
  2 Annual Reports, 1925-1929
        Typescript photocopies
  3 Annual Report, 1930
        Typescript photocopy
  4 Annual Report, 1931
        Typescript photocopy
  5 Annual Reports, 1932-1946
        Bound volume of original typescripts mislabeled as 'Official Minutes.'
  6 Annual Reports, 1947-1950
        Print photocopies
  7 Annual Report, 1951
        Typescript original
  8 Annual Report, 1952
        Typescript original
  9 Annual Report, 1953
        Typescript original
  10 Annual Report, 1954
        Typescript original
  11 Annual Report, 1955
        Typescript original
  12 Annual Report, 1956
        Typescript original
  13 Annual Report, 1957
        Typescript original
  14 Annual Report, 1958
        Typescript original
  15 Annual Report, 1959
        Typescript original
  16 Annual Report, 1960 (1)
        Typescript original
Box Folder
9 1 Annual Report, 1960 (2)
        Typescript original
  2 Annual Report, 1961
        Typescript original
  3 Annual Report, 1962
        Typescript original
  4 Annual Report, 1963
        Typescript original
  5 Annual Report, 1964
        Typescript original
  6 Annual Report, 1965
        Typescript original
  7 Annual Report, 1966
        Typescript original
  8 Annual Report, 1967
        Mix of typescript and photocopy material
  9 Annual Report, 1968
        Print Photocopy
  10 Annual Report, 1969
        Print Photocopy
                       
Series 5: Convention Files, 1922, 1927-1933, 1951-1969 (4 Boxes)
Conventions held annually 1920 to 1955 and biennially 1957-1969, with many gaps for the early years.
Box Folder
9 11 Annual Convention (2nd): Sermon by Augustus Schwertner, 1922
        Printed pamphlet
  12 Annual Convention (7th), 10/16-18/1927
        Typescript, p. 1-100
  13 Annual Convention (7th), 10/16-18/1927
        Typescript, p. 101-200
  14 Annual Convention (7th), 10/16-18/1927
        Typescript, p. 201-300
  15 Annual Convention (7th), 10/16-18/1927
        Typescript, p. 301-360
  16 Annual Convention (7th), 10/16-18/1927
        Print Volume
Box Folder
10 1 Annual Convention (8th): Address by William Cunningham, 11/18-21/1928
        Printed booklet, 2 copies
  2 Annual Convention (9th): Sermon by Archbishop John T. McNicholas, 10/20-23/1929
        Printed Booklet, 2 copies
  3 Annual Convention (13th): Program, 10/22-25/1933
        Printed pamphlet, 2 copies
  4 Annual Convention (31th), 3/31-4/1/1951
  5 Annual Convention (32nd), 4/18-20/1952
  6 Annual Convention (33rd), 4/11-12/1953
  7 Annual Convention (34th), 4/23-25/1954
  8 Annual Convention (34th), 4/22-24/1955
  9 Biennial Convention, 5/10-12/1957
  10 Biennial Convention, 4/1-5/1959
  11 Biennial Convention: Proceedings, 1961
        Print copy
  12 Biennial Convention: Proceedings, 1963
        Print copy
Box Folder
11 1 Biennial Convention: Addresses-Daniel Meaney, Donald Quinn, and Martin H. Work, 1965
  2 Biennial Convention: Awards, 1965
  3 Biennial Convention: Budget and Miscellaneous, 1964-1965
  4 Biennial Convention: Catholic Action Award Contest (1), 1965
  5 Biennial Convention: Catholic Action Award Contest (2), 1965
  6 Biennial Convention: Correspondence-Bishops, 1965
  7 Biennial Convention: Correspondence-Martin H. Work, 1965
  8 Biennial Convention: Form Letters and Registration, 1965
  9 Biennial Convention: Intellectual Honors, Prizes, 1965
  10 Biennial Convention: Invitations, 1965
  11 Biennial Convention: Invitations, Specials 1965
  12 Biennial Convention: Lectors, Commentators 1965
  13 Biennial Convention: Opinion Group 1965
Box Folder
12 1 Biennial Convention: Proceedings 1965
  2 Biennial Convention: Report of Executive Director Martin H. Work 1965
  3 Biennial Convention: Resolution File 1965
  4 Biennial Convention: Statement 1965
  5 Biennial Convention: Texas Contacts 1965
  6 Biennial Convention (1), 1967
  7 Biennial Convention (2), 1967
  8 Biennial Convention, 1969
                       
Series 6: Correspondence and Related Material, 1935(1948-1975)1975 (25 Boxes)
This large though incomplete series chronicles the general administrative history of the NCCM and is divided into seven subseries: Officers and Board Members, National Consultants Program, Affiliated National Organizations, Non-affiliated National Organizations, Diocesan, Pastoral Councils, and Miscellaneous.
Sub-series 6.1: Officers and Board Members, 1950-1971, (3 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
12 9 Babcock, Allen J., 1950-1959
  10 Babcock, Allen J., 1960-1964
  11 Binz, Leo-Archbishop of St. Paul-Episcopal Chairman, 1964
  12 Binz, Leo-Archbishop of St. Paul-Episcopal Chairman (1), 1965
Box Folder
13 1 Binz, Leo-Archbishop of St. Paul-Episcopal Chairman (2), 1965
  2 Binz, Leo-Archbishop of St. Paul-Episcopal Chairman, 1966-1967
  3 Brommer, Jere J., 1965-1967
  4 Byrne, William J., 1963-1967
  5 Donnelly, John-President, 1961-1964
  6 Donnelly, John-President, 1965
  7 Donnelly, John-President, 1966
  8 Freking, Frederick W.-Bishop of La Crosse, 1967
  9 Giambalvo, Nunzio A., 1961-1963
  10 Giambalvo, Nunzio A., 1964-1966
  11 Giambalvo, Nunzio A.-President, 1967
Box Folder
14 1 Giambalvo, Nunzio A.-President, 1968-1969
  2 Heller, Frank-President, 1963-1965
  3 Jagge, Clinton C., 1968
  4 Keigher, Donald J., 1966-1968
  5 Leven, Stephen-Bishop of San Antonio and Assistant Episcopal Chair, 1963-1967
  6 Leven, Stephen-Bishop's Study, 1963-1964
  7 McCormick, Daniel L., 1963-1966
  8 Miller, Victor A., 1963-1968
  9 Niehaus, Ferd J., 1963-1965
  10 Niehaus, Ferd J., 1966
  11 Perry, Eugene B., 1963-1967
  12 Russell, John J., Bishop of Richmond, Virginia, 1966-1968
  13 Sheen, Fulton J., Bishop of Rochester, New York, 1967
  14 Nominees for Board, ca. 1972
  15 Officer's List, 1960-1969
Sub-series 6.2: National Consultants Program, 1951(1967-1970)1970, (4 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
15 1 General, 1968
  2 General, 1970
  3 Canon Law Consultation (1), 1968
  4 Canon Law Consultation (2), 1968
  5 Canon Law Consultation (3), 1968
  6 Catholic Attitudes in the Decade of the Seventies, 1968-1970
  7 Consultants Who Donated in Full, 1969-1970
  8 List, n.d.
  9 A, 1967, 1970
  10 Armijo, James R.-New Mexico, 1967-1969
  11 Azar, Richard N.-El Paso, Texas, 1968-1970
  12 Ba, 1967-1970
  13 Barry, Edward M.-Brooklyn, New York, 1967-1970
  14 Batt, Reginald V.-Longmont, Colorado, 1969-1970
  15 Be, 1967-1970
  16 Becker, Richard J.-Pasadena, California, 1967-1970
  17 Berret, Thomas J.-Johnstown, Pennsylvania, 1967-1970
  18 Bi-Bo, 1969-1970
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16 1 Blaes, Emmet A., 1951-1970
  2 Blanchard, B. Everhard-Villa Park, Illinois, 1967-1970
  3 Borgard, John H.-Chicago, Illinois, 1969-1970
  4 Bourke, William A.-Roslyn Heights, New York, 1967-1970
  5 Boutin, Bernard-Nashua, New Hampshire, 1967-1970
  6 Br - Bu, 1967-1970
  7 Bradley, Henry R.-Fresno, California, 1967-1970
  8 Brown, Alice-St. Cloud, Minnesota, 1969-1970
  9 Brown, Virgil L.-Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1967-1970
  10 Brown, William E.-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1967-1970
  11 Buckley, Louis F.-Chicago, Illinois, 1968-1970
  12 Burns, Martin J.-Chicago, Illinois, 1968-1970
  13 Ca, 1967-1970
  14 Cahill, F. Everett-San Francisco, California, 1967-1970
  15 Campeau, William Edward, Palos Verdes, California, 1967-1970
  16 Cardullo, Mario-Rockville, Maryland, 1968-1969
  17 Carnesi, A. J.-Brownsville, Texas, 1967-1970
  18 Carroll, Owen J.-Needham, Massachusetts, 1967-1970
  19 Carsky, James B.-Bronxville, New York, 1968-1970
  20 Cavanaugh, John R.-Washington, D.C., 1969-1970
  21 Ce - Ci 1967-1970
  22 Centi, Paul-Worcester, Massachusetts 1969-1970
  22 Chenal, William J.-Cincinnati, Ohio, 1969-1970
  23 Ciccolella, Angelo R.-Brooklyn, New York, 1969-1970
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17 1 Cl, 1967-1970
  2 Clare, William F.-New York, New York, 1967-1970
  3 Clark, John P., Jr.-Glenside, Pennsylvania, 1967-1970
  4 Close, Frank-Larchmont, New York, 1967-1970
  5 Co, 1967-1970
  6 Conley, Mrs. Arthur J.-St. Louis, Missouri, 1969-1970
  7 Cooley, Richard P.-San Francisco, California, 1967-1970
  8 Coon, John P.-Metairie, Louisiana, 1967-1970
  9 Corrigan, Thomas B.-Abilene, Kansas, 1967-1970
  10 Costigan, David-Quincy, Indiana, 1968-1969
  11 Coughlan, Robert M.-North Mankato, Minnesota, 1969-1970
  12 Coughlan, Thomas P.-Mankato, Minnesota, 1967-1970
  13 Cr, 1967-1970
  14 Cu, 1967-1970
  15 Curry, Edward-Washington, D.C., 1969-1970
  16 Da, 1967-1970
  17 Daly, John J.-Hartford, Connecticut, 1969-1970
  18 Daly, Leo A.-Omaha, Nebraska, 1967-1970
  19 Daly, Roy E.-Leawood, Kansas, 1967-1970
  20 De, 1967-1970
  21 Delaney, Captain James H.-Los Angeles, California, 1967-1970
  22 Delaney, Frank-Washington, D.C., 1969-1970
  23 Demartini, James S.-Stockton, California, 1967-1970
  24 Derlin, George J.-Dover, Massachusetts, 1969-1970
  25 Di, 1969-1970
  26 Do, 1967-1970
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18 1 Dolan, Hugh F.-El Paso, Texas, 1967-1969
  2 Donaghue, John D.-South Burlington, Vermont, 1968-1970
  3 Donovan, Bernard-Jamaica, New York, 1967-1970
  4 Donnes, David A.-Chica, California, 1969-1970
  5 Drennen, D.A.-Poughkeepsie, New York, 1967-1970
  6 Dupuis, Adrian M.-Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1969-1970
  7 E, 1967-1970
  8 Eagen, Robert-Cincinnati, Ohio, 1967-1970
  9 Eickelberg, W. Warren-Amityville, New York, 1969-1970
  10 Fa-Fl, 1967-1970
  11 Fairbanks, Henry G.-Winooski, Vermont 1968-1970
  12 Fleming, James S.-Worcester, Massachusetts, 1967-1970
  13 Fleming, M. Brendon-Lowell, Massachusetts, 1969-1970
  14 Floersch, William G.-Buffalo, New York, 1967-1970
  15 Fo, 1967-1970
  16 Fogarty, John F.-Leawood, Kansas, 1967-1970
  17 Foley, Thomas-Congressman, U.S., 1967
  18 Ford, John J.-Louisville, Kentucky, 1967-1970
  19 Forn, Albert J.-Los Angeles, California, 1970
  20 Fortin, F. Frederick-Springfield, Massachusetts, 1967-1970
  21 Fortin, Rene E.-Providence, Rhode Island, 1967-1970
  22 Fr, 1967-1970
  22 G, 1967-1970
  23 Garrett, Thomas A.-Troy, New York, 1967-1970
  24 Gelb, Larence F.-Washington, D.C., 1968-1969
  25 Gelb, Robert A.-New York, New York, 1969-1970
  26 Gilroy, Edwin B.-Pasadena, California, 1967
  27 Gouger, Tom M.-San Antonio, Texas, 1967-1969
Sub-series 6.3: National Organizations (Affiliated), 1949-1974, (3 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
19 1 Alhambra, Order of, 1957-1968
  2 American Latvian Catholic Association, 1957-1969
  3 Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH), 1953-1968
  4 Catholic Central Union, 1961
  5 Catholic Central Verein, 1955-1968
  6 Catholic Lawyers Guild, 1949-1965
  7 Catholic Order of Foresters, 1954-1968
  8 Catholic War Veterans, 1958-1968
  9 First Catholic Slovak Union, 1952-1968
  10 Information Documentation on the Conciliar Church, 1967-1968
  11 Knights of Columbus State Councils A-J, 1963-1969
  12 Knights of Columbus State Councils K-M, 1963-1969
Box Folder
20 1 Knights of Columbus State Councils N-Z (1), 1963-1969
  2 Knights of Columbus State Councils N-Z (2), 1963-1969
  3 Knights of Columbus Supreme Council, 1959-1969
  4 Knights of St. George, 1951-1969
  5 Knights of St. Peter Claver, 1959-1969
  6 Lithuanian Catholic Federation of America, 1955-1968
  7 National Alliance of Czech Catholics, 1953-1968
  8 National Catholic Laymen's Retreat Conference, 1953-1964
  9 National Catholic Laymen's Retreat Conference, 1965-1968
  10 National Catholic Pharmacist's Guild of the United States, 1960-1964
  11 National Catholic Pharmacist's Guild of the United States, 1965-1969
Box Folder
21 1 National Catholic Theater Conference, 1959-1969
  2 National Federation of Christian Life Communities, 1956-1963
  3 National Catholic Theater Conference, 1964-1973
  4 Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity, 1954-1955
  5 Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity, 1956-1968
  6 Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, 1953-1969
  7 Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, 1970-1974
  8 Society of St. Vincent de Paul, 1954-1969
  9 Supreme Anchor Club of America, 1951-1968
  10 Young Men's Institute, 1955-1968
Sub-series 6.4: National Organizations (Non-Affiliated), 1935(1948-1974)1974, (3 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
22 1 Catholic Accountants' Guild, ca. 1968
  2 Catholic Convert Makers of America, ca. 1948-1963
  3 Catholic Council on Civil Liberties, 1963
  4 Catholic Daughters of the Americas, 1951-1964
  5 Catholic Evidence Guild, 1935, 1948-1958
  6 Catholic Information Center, ca. 1968
  7 Catholic Inter-American Cooperation Program (CICOP), 1964-1966
  8 Catholic Press Association, 1957-1961
  9 Christophers, 1947-1960
  10 Citizens of Educational Freedom, 1968-1969
  11 Council of International Lay Associations, ca. 1961-1968
  12 Ecumenical Council, 1961-1962
  13 Holy Name Society, 1967-1970
  14 Institute for Freedom in the Church, 1966
  15 Institute of Law and Human Rights Social Values, 1965
  16 Liturgical Conference, 1966-1967
  17 Melkite Laymens' Association of North America, 1960-1968
  18 National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, 1966-1967
Box Folder
23 1 National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice (1), 1968
  2 National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice (2), 1968
  3 National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice (3), 1968
  4 National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, 1969-1970, 1974
  5 National Catholic Rural Life Conference, 1956-1966
  6 National Industrial Conference Board, 1968-1969
  7 National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace, 1965
  8 National Inter-Religious Conference on Peace, 1966
  9 National Specialized Lay Apostolate, 1960-1968
  10 Naturalized Citizens of America, Inc., 1956
  11 Nocturnal Adoration Society, 1957-1962
Box Folder
24 1 Polish Union of U.S.N.A., 1955-1965
  2 Relay (Mike Mullen), 1963-1967
  3 Secretariat for Catholic-Jewish Relations, 1969
  4 Secular Institute, 1950-1958
  5 Serra International, 1953-1968
  6 Spiritual Life Institute, ca. 1968
  7 Technoserve, Inc., 1969
  8 Vernacular Society, 1948-1950
Subseries 6.5: Diocesan, 1939(1951-1975)1975, (10 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
24 9 Factual Data on Diocesan Affiliates, 1962-1966
        Binder
  10 General Association Plan, 1961-1962, 1965
Box Folder
25 1 General Association Plan Books and Amendment, n.d.
  2 Attitude and Opinion Survey of NCCM, 1966-1967
  3 Bourbon, Gus - General Office Service (1), 1965-1966
  4 Bourbon, Gus - General Office Service (2), 1965-1966
  5 Bulletins, 1966
  6 Joint Associate Program of the National Diocesan Committee: Pastoral Council, 1966-1968
  7 Liturgical Conference, 1961-1967
  8 Military Council of Catholic Men (MCCM), 1955-1960
Box Folder
26 1 Military Council of Catholic Men (MCCM), 1961-1963
  2 Military Council of Catholic Men (MCCM), 1964-1969
  3 Military Council of Catholic Men (MCCM), 1972-1973
  4 Albany, New York, 1968-1971
  5 Alexandria, Louisiana, 1968-1975
  6 Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1967-1973
  7 Altoona, Pennsylvania, 1966-1973
  8 Amarillo, Texas, 1961-1971
  9 Anchorage, Alaska, 1966-1970
  10 Atlanta, Georgia, 1968-1971
  11 Austin, Texas, 1963-1971
  12 Baker, Oregon, 1953-1970
  13 Baltimore, Maryland, 1962-1972
  14 Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1962-1973
  15 Beaumont, Texas, 1966-1973
  16 Belleville, Illinois, 1968-1970
  17 Birmingham, Alabama, 1969-1971
  18 Bismarck, North Dakota, 1954-1972
  19 Boise, Idaho, 1953-1972
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27 1 Boston, Massachusetts, 1961-1972
  2 Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1956-1972
  3 Brooklyn, New York, 1961-1972
  4 Brownsville, Texas, 1965-1970
  5 Buffalo, New York, 1961-1965
  6 Burlington, Vermont, 1961-1970
  7 Camden, New Jersey, 1962-1971
  8 Charleston, South Carolina, 1961-1973
  9 Charlotte, North Carolina, 1973-1975
  10 Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1958-1970
  11 Chicago, Illinois, 1961-1974
  12 Cincinnati, Ohio, 1966-1970
  13 Cincinnati, Ohio, 1971-1973
  14 Cleveland, Ohio, 1955-1971
Box Folder
28 1 Columbus, Ohio, 1961-1964
  2 Columbus, Ohio, 1966-1970
  3 Corpus Christi, Texas, 1963-1964
  4 Corpus Christi, Texas, 1965-1971
  5 Covington, Kentucky, 1961-1965, 1970-1973
  6 Crookston, Minnesota, 1968-1973
  7 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, 1961-1965
  8 Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, 1965-1971
  9 Davenport, Iowa, 1961-1971
  10 Denver, Colorado, 1948-1972
  11 Des Moines, Iowa, 1970-1972
  12 Detroit, Michigan, 1968-1971
  13 Des Moines, Iowa, 1970-1972
  14 Dodge City, Kansas, 1954-1970
  15 Dubuque, Iowa, 1961-1965
  16 Dubuque, Iowa, 1968-1972
  17 Duluth, Minnesota, 1964-1971
  18 El Paso, Texas, 1961-1965, 1971-1973
  19 Erie, Pennsylvania, 1970-1973
Box Folder
29 1 Evanston, Illinois, 1967-1968
  2 Evanston, Illinois, 1969-1971
  3 Fairbanks, Alaska, 1967-1972
  4 Fall River, Massachusetts, 1969-1970
  5 Fargo, North Dakota, 1951-1974
  6 Foreign, 1972
  7 Fort Wayne-South Bend, Indiana, 1961-1974
  8 Fresno, California, 1968-1971
  9 Gallup, New Mexico, 1970
  10 Galveston-Houston, Texas, 1961-1971
  11 Gary, Indiana, 1961-1972
  12 Gaylord, Michigan, 1971-1973
  13 Grand Isle, Nebraska, 1966-1971
  14 Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1961-1965
  15 Great Falls, Montana, 1961-1973
  16 Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1962-1971
  17 Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 1961-1971
  18 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1961-1972
  19 Hartford, Connecticut, 1967-1974
  20 Helena, Montana, 1961-1972
  21 Honolulu, Hawaii, 1970
  22 Indianapolis, Indiana, 1970-1972
  23 Jefferson, Missouri, 1961-1971
  24 Joliet, Illinois, 1970-1973
Box Folder
30 1 Juneau, Alaska, 1970
  2 Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1973
  3 Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1958-1971
  4 Kansas City, Missouri, 1970-1972
  5 La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1968-1971
  6 Lafayette, Indiana, 1963-1971
  7 Lafayette, Louisiana, 1963-1970
  8 Lansing, Michigan, 1954-1971
  9 Lincoln, Nebraska, 1958-1971
  10 Little Rock, Arkansas, 1968-1971
  11 Los Angeles, California, 1967-1974
  12 Louisville, Kentucky, 1967-1974
  13 Madison, Wisconsin, 1967-1972
  14 Manchester, New Hampshire, 1964-1971
  15 Marquette, Michigan, 1956-1974
  16 Memphis, Tennessee, 1971
  17 Miami, Florida, 1961-1971
  18 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1961-1965
  19 Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1968-1974
  20 Mobile, Alabama, 1969-1971
  21 Monterey, California, 1965-1973
  22 Nashville, Tennessee, 1967-1969
  23 Nashville, Tennessee, 1970-1973
Box Folder
31 1 Natchez-Jackson, Mississippi, 1964-1969
  2 Natchez-Jackson, Mississippi, 1970-1973
  3 Newark, New Jersey, 1961-1965
  4 Newark, New Jersey, 1968-1973
  5 New Orleans, Louisiana, 1961-1971
  6 New Ulm, Minnesota, 1966-1971
  7 New York, New York, 1961-1972
  8 Norwich, Connecticut, 1969-1970
  9 Oakland, California, 1962-1972
  10 Ogdensburg, South Carolina, 1961-1971
  11 Oklahoma City-Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1962-1971
  12 Omaha, Nebraska, 1960-1972
  13 Orlando, Florida, 1961-1971
  14 Owensboro, Kentucky, 1966-1970
  15 Paterson, New Jersey, 1961-1975
  16 Peoria, Illinois, 1966-1973
  17 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1954-1975
  18 Phoenix, Arizona, 1970-1971
  19 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1966-1973
  20 Portland, Maine, 1969-1971
  21 Portland, Oregon, 1951-1971
  22 Providence, Rhode Island, 1955-1971
  23 Pueblo, Colorado, 1951-1971
  24 Raleigh, North Carolina, 1961-1972
  25 Rapid City, South Dakota, 1955-1970
  26 Reno City, Nevada, 1961-1971
  27 Richmond, Virginia, 1961-1965
  28 Richmond, Virginia, 1966-1967
Box Folder
32 1 Richmond, Virginia, 1968-1972
  2 Rochester, New York, 1971-1973
  3 Rockford, Illinois, 1969-1974
  4 Rockville Center, New York, 1967-1971
  5 Sacramento, California, 1961-1971
  6 Saginaw, Michigan, 1961-1971
  7 Saint Augustine, Florida, 1963, 1969-1970
  8 Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 1970-1971
  9 Saint Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1964-1972
  10 Saint Petersburg, Florida, 1969-1972
  11 Salina, Kansas, 1960-1970
  12 Salt Lake City, Utah, 1960-1970
  13 San Angelo, Texas, 1961-1971
  14 San Antonio, Texas, 1961-1974
  15 San Diego, California, 1939-1971
  16 San Francisco, California, 1961-1963
  17 San Francisco, California, 1964-1972
Box Folder
33 1 Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1961-1971
  2 Santa Rosa, California, 1962-1971
  3 Savannah, Georgia, 1945-1974
  4 Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1961-1972
  5 Seattle, Washington, 1951-1971
  6 Sioux City, Iowa, 1951-1973
  7 Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1967-1971
  8 Spokane, Washington, 1960-1970
  9 Springfield, Illinois, 1962-1973
  10 Springfield, Massachusetts, 1957-1974
  11 Springfield-Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 1961-1974
  12 Steubenville, Ohio, 1961-1971
  13 Stockton, California, 1962-1971
  14 Superior, Wisconsin, 1961-1970
  15 Syracuse, New York, 1958-1972
  16 Toledo, Ohio, 1962-1971
  17 Trenton, New Jersey, 1961-1965
  18 Tucson, Arizona, 1957-1972
Box Folder
34 1 Washington, D.C., 1961-1972
  2 Wheeling, West Virginia, 1961-1965
  3 Wichita, Kansas, 1962-1970
  4 Wilmington, Delaware, 1954-1973
  5 Winona, Minnesota, 1961-1971
  6 Worcester, Massachusetts, 1968-1975
  7 Yakima, Washington, 1961-1970
  8 Youngstown, Ohio, 1956-1971
Subseries 6.6: Pastoral Councils, 1963-1972, (2 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
34 9 General, 1963-1970
  10 General, 1971-1972
  11 Bergamo Conference on Pastoral Councils (1), 1969-1970
  12 Bergamo Conference on Pastoral Councils (2), 1969-1970
Box Folder
35 1 Directories, 1967-1971
  2 Mailing Labels, ca. 1970
  3 Parish Today, 1968-1971
        Newsletter
  4 Printed Material, 1968-1971
Subseries 6.7: Miscellaneous, 1957-1973, (2 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
35 5 Directory Rolodex, n.d.
  6 Equipment and Supplies, 1957-1966
  7 Financial Ledger (1), 1969-1970
  8 Financial Ledger (2), 1969-1970
  9 Foreign Visitor's Office Advisory Committee, 1960
  10 Office Bulletins, 1970
Box Folder
36 1 Office Inventory, 1972
  2 Planning and Development, 1960
  3 Preliminary Planning Presentation, 1966
  4 Program Lists, 1970
  5 Program Service Instructions for Secretaries, 1972, 1973
                       
Series 7: Catholic Hour Records, 1929-1968 (11 Boxes)
This is a rich though incomplete series that documents The Catholic Hour from its creation on radio in 1930 until its demise as both a radio and television show in 1968 The records are divided into three sub-series: Executive Committee Files, Scripts and Transcripts, and Printed Material.
Subseries 7.1: Executive Committee Files, 1929-1968, (4 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
36 6 Address on Education Broadcasting by Edward Heffron, 1936
  7 Correspondence: General, 1929-1945
  8 Correspondence: General, 1958-1960
  9 Correspondence: General, 1961-1965
  10 Correspondence: Birth Control, 1965-1966
  11 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Change,' August 1965
Box Folder
37 1 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (1), 1965
  2 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (2), 1965
  3 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (3), 1965
  4 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (4), 1965
  5 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (5), 1965
  6 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (6), 1965
  7 Correspondence, Scripts, Clippings: 'The Church and Marriage' (7), 1965
  8 Correspondence: Dorothy Day Series (1), 1962
Box Folder
38 1 Correspondence: Dorothy Day Series (2), 1962
  2 Correspondence: Transfer of The Catholic Hour, 1968
  3 Grant Request to Raskob, 1953
  4 Memorandum of Producing Catholic Radio Programs, 1941
  5 Minutes of the Executive Committee, 1929-1931
  6 Minutes of the Executive Committee, 1932-1934
  7 Minutes of the Executive Committee, 1935-1939
  8 Minutes of the Executive Committee, 1940-1944
  9 'Official Records'-Correspondence, Telegrams, and Other Material Related to the Launching of The Catholic Hour, 1930
        Bound Volume
  10 Publicity, 1930
Box Folder
39 1 Publicity, 1968
  2 Report on Radio-Television Activities, 1965
Subseries 7.2: Scripts and Transcripts, 1930-1968, (8 Boxes)
 
Box Folder
39 3 Benard, Edmund D. 'Marriage and the Home,' October 1947
        Booklet: 30 pages
  4 Budenz, Louis F. 'The Church and Labor,' August 1947
        Booklet: 48 pages
  5 Burke, Ambrose J. 'The Sacramental System,' October 1944
        Booklet: 40 pages
  6 Burke, Thomas 'A Theology of Prayer,' June 1930
        Booklet: 32 pages
  7 Cartwright, John K. 'The Marks of the Church,' March 1931
        Booklet: 48 pages
  8 Cartwright, John K. 'Monte Cassino: A Light Extinguished,' February 17, 1944
        Pamphlet: 12 pages
  9 Clasby, William J. 'Building Blocks for Peace,' January 1949
        Booklet: 36 pages
  10 Connell, Francis J., et. al. 'Four Religious Founders,' August 1930
        Booklet: 56 pages
  11 Connell, Francis J. 'The Infallible Teaching Authority of the Church,' April 12, 1941
        Pamphlet: 12 pages
  12 Connell, Francis J. 'Membership in the Church,' March 29, 1931
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  13 Connell, Francis J. 'The Organization and Government of the Church,' March-April, 1931
        Booklet: 48 pages
  14 Cushing, Richard J. 'Missionary Responsibility,' September 1940
        Booklet: 30 pages
  15 Daly, Joseph A. 'Religion and Human Nature,' August 1932
        Booklet: 40 pages
  16 Feeney, Leonard. 'We are the Children of God,' August 1932
        Booklet: 32 pages
  17 Gillis, James M. 'The Moral Law,' November-December 1930
        Booklet: 88 pages
  18 Gillis, James M. 'The Church and the Depression,' November-December 1934
        Booklet: 80 pages
  19 Gillis, James M. 'The Life of the Soul,' November-December 1936
        Booklet: 96 pages
  20 Gillis, James M. 'Saints vs. Kings,' November-December 1937
        Booklet: 96 pages
  21 Ginder, Richard. 'Living the Full Life,' April-May 1944
        Booklet: 40 pages
  22 Haas, Francis J. and Ryan, John A. 'Moral Factors in Economic Life,' April-May 1931
        Booklet: 32 pages
  23 Johnson, George. 'The Moral Order' and 'Mary, the Mother of Jesus,' April-May 1930
        Booklet: 64 pages
  24 Johnson, George. 'Catholic Education,' September-October 1934
        Booklet: 40 pages
  25 Johnson, George. 'The Mission of Youth in Contemporary Society,' September 1938
        Booklet: 40 pages
  26 Johnson, George. 'The Practical Aspects of Patriotism,' October 1941
        Booklet: 40 pages
  27 Keenan, Francis L. 'The Story of the Bible,' June-July 1930
        Booklet: 64 pages
  28 Leo, Brother, F.S.C. 'The Catholic Tradition in Literature,' September 1939
        Booklet: 40 pages
Box Folder
40 1 Manton, Joseph E. 'The Family in Focus,' May 1947
        Booklet: 32 pages
  2 Manton, Joseph E. 'A Visit to the Vatican,' 'Maria Goretti-Child Martyr,' and 'The Pride of Portugal,' June 1952
        Pamphlets: 3 of them, each 8 pages
  3 Nagle, Urban. 'My Uncle Right and Wrong,' September-December 1944
        Booklet: 112 pages
  4 O'Donnell, Charles L. 'Philosophy of Catholic Education,' September 1930
        Booklet: 32 pages
  5 Parsons, Wilfred. 'Social Regeneration,' November 1947
        Booklet: 32 pages
  6 Russell, Wililam H. 'What Catholics Do at Mass,' October 1939
        Booklet: 72 pages
  7 Sawkins, Arthur J. 'In the Beginning,' June 1940
        Booklet: 40 pages
  8 Scnmiedeler, Edgar. 'Rural Catholic Action,' July 1932
        Booklet: 24 pages
  9 Scnmiedeler, Edgar. 'Rediscovering the Family,' February 4, 1951
        Pamphlet: 16 pages
  10 Scnmiedeler, Edgar, and Margaret Mealey, et. al. 'The Christian in Action,' March 4, 1951
        Pamphlet: 16 pages
  11 Shea, Francis R. 'The School, Your Child's Other Home,' October 1948
        Booklet: 48 pages
  12 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Divine Romance,' March-April 1930
        Document
        Booklet: 80 pages
  13 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Manifestations of Christ,' December 1931-March 1932
        Document
        Booklet: 128 pages
  14 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Eternity of Easter,' March 27, 1932
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  15 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Way of the Cross,' March 20, 1932
        Document
        Booklet: 32 pages
  16 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Hymn of the Conquered,'; 'The Eternal Galilean,' January-April 1933; December 1933-April 1934
        Document
        Booklets: 128 pages, 160 pages
  17 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Fullness of Christ,' December 1934-April 1935
        Document
        Booklet: 176 pages
  18 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Prodigal World,' December 1935-April 1936
        Document
        Booklet: 144 pages
  19 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Prodigal World,' December 1935-April 1936
        Booklet: 144 pages
  20 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Freedom and Democracy,' January-February 1937
        Document
        Booklet: 56 pages
  21 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Our Wounded World,' March 1937
        Document
        Booklet: 112 pages
  22 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Justice and Charity: Part 1-The Social Problem and the Church,' January-February 1938
        Document
        Booklet: 96 pages
  23 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Justice and Charity: Part 2-The Individual Problem and the Cross,' March-April 1938
        Document
        Booklet: 80 pages
  24 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Cardinal Hayes: A Eulogy,' October 5, 1938
        Document
        Booklet: 16 pages
  25 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Freedom: Part II-Personal Freedom,' February-April 1939
        Document
        Booklet: 96 pages
  26 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Pius XI: A Eulogy,' February 12, 1939
        Document
        Booklet: 24 pages
  27 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Peace: The Fruit of Justice,' January-February 1940
        Document
        Booklet: 64 pages
  28 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Seven Last Words and the Seven Virtues,' February-March 1940
        Document
        Booklet: 80 pages
Box Folder
41 1 Sheen, Fulton J. 'War and Guilt,' December 1940-April 1941
        Document
        Booklet: 182 pages
  2 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Peace,' December 1941-April 1942
        Document
        Booklet (Green Cover): 160 pages
  3 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Peace,' December 1941-April 1942
        Document
        Booklet (Yellow Cover): 160 pages, plus some loose individual pamphlets from this series.
  4 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Crisis in Christendom,' January-April 1943
        Document
        Booklet: 112 pages
  5 Sheen, Fulton J. 'One Lord, One World,' January-April 1944
        Document
        Booklet: 100 pages
  6 Sheen, Fulton J. 'How You Got That Way,' December 24, 1944
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  7 Sheen, Fulton J. 'You,' December 1944-April 1945
        Document
        Booklet: 102 pages
  8 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Love on Pilgrimage,' February-April 1946
        Document
        Booklet: 96 pages
  9 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Light Your Lamps,' January-April 1947
        Document
        Booklet: 128 pages
  10 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Modern Soul in Search of God,' January-April 1948
        Document
        Booklet: 104 pages
  11 Sheen, Fulton J. 'For Those Who Have the Faith,' April 10, 1949
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  12 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Fallen Away,' February 26, 1950
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  13 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Woman at the Well,' February 10, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  14 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Woman in Simon's House,' February 17, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  15 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Woman Taken in Sin,' February 24, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  16 Sheen, Fulton J. 'To Caesar and to God,' March 2, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  17 Sheen, Fulton J. 'A Sign to be Contradicted,' March 16, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  18 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Memorial of Death,' March 23, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  19 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Agony in the Garden,' March 30, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  20 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Seven Last Words,' April 6, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  21 Sheen, Fulton J. 'Easter,' April 13, 1952
        Document
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  22 Sheen, Fulton J. 'The Holy Hour,' n.d.
        Document
        Booklet: 72 pages
Box Folder
42 1 Slavin, Robert J. 'The Mother of Teaching,' May 11, 1952
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  2 Slavin, Robert J. 'The Relation of Government, Religion, and Education,' May 18, 1952
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  3 Slavin, Robert J. 'Ends and Means in Education,' May 25, 1952
        Pamphlet: 8 pages
  4 Smith, Howard W. 'Law,' May 1940
        Booklet: 40 pages
  5 Strake, George W. 'Christianity in Industry,' July 29, 1951
        Pamphlet: 12 pages
  6 'Keep the Spanish Embargo,' January 9, 1939
        Multiple Speakers. Booklet: 64 pages
  7 'The Christian in Action-Education,' April-May 1951
        Multiple speakers. Booklet: 116 pages
  8 'The Christian in Action-in the Home,' February-March 1951
        Multiple speakers. Booklet: 100 pages
  9 '"I am with You.."-A History of the Church in Council,' n.d.
        Pamphlet: 16 pages
  10 Hanahoe, Edward F. 'The Chair of Peter,' January 17, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  11 Cranny, Titus. 'Our Lady and Unity,' January 31, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  12 Manton, Joseph E. 'Death is the Only Exit,' February 28, 1960,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  13 Higgins, John J. 'The Mystery of Suffering,' March 6, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  14 Higgins, John J. 'Self-Help and Recovery,' March 13, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  15 Mann, Mrs. Marty 'Alcoholism-The Problem and the Hope,' March 20 and 27, 1960,
        Newsletter: 10 pages
  16 Dougherty, John J. 'Hope and the Holy Spirit,' April 24, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  17 Barr, Stringfellow, and Weigel, Gustav. 'American Catholics-The Cultural Image,' May 8, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  18 Cohen, Arthur A., and Weigel, Gustav. 'American Catholics-A Jewish View,' May 22, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  19 Vann, Gerald. 'On Being Human,' July 3, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  20 Vann, Gerald. 'The Measure of Joy,' July 10, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  21 Vann, Gerald. 'Activism and Contemplation,' July 17, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  22 Vann, Gerald. 'Sanity and Sanctity,' July 24, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  22 Ellis, Msgr. John Tracy. 'An Historical Perspective,' August 7, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  23 Scharper, Philip. 'Cultural Life,' August 14, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  24 McCarthy, Eugene. 'Political Life of American Catholics,' August 21, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  25 Adler, Mortimer J. 'A Non-Catholic View of American Catholicism,' August 28, 1960,
        Newsletter: 12 pages
  26 Cogley, John. 'Community Life of American Catholics,' September 4, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  27 Bosler, Raymond T. 'Summary of the Symposium,' September 11, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  28 Palmerio, Anthony J. 'The Apostle of Charity: A Dramatization of the Life of St. Vincent de Paul,' September 18, 1960,
        Newsletter: 12 pages
  29 Freemantle, Anne. 'Saint Vincent de Paul: The Spirit of Charity: A Dramatization of the Life of St. Vincent de Paul,' September 25, 1960,
        Newsletter: 10 pages
  30 Sheed, Frank. 'What is Theology?,' October 2, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  31 Sheed, Frank. 'What is the Church?,' October 23, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
Box Folder
43 1 Hyde, Douglas. 'Word Communism vs. Christianity,' October 30, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  2 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. 'The Function of Literature,' November 6, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  3 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. 'The Unredeemed World,' November 13, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  4 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. 'Redemption Without God,' November 20, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  5 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. 'An Image of the Kingdom,' November 27, 1960,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  6 Peloquin, C. Alexander. 'A Common Joyful Chant,' December 4, 1960,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  7 Peloquin, C. Alexander. 'A New Song,' December 18, 1960,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  8 Cushing, Richard. 'The Spirit of Joy,' January 1, 1961,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  9 Malone, Edward, and Rambusch, Nancy. 'New Approached to Religious Education,' January 15, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  10 Manton, Joseph, C.SS.R. 'Mary's Day,' February 5, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  11 Manton, Joseph, C.SS.R. 'Mary's Son,' February 12, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  12 Manton, Joseph, C.SS.R. 'Mary's Apron String,' February 19, 1961,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  13 Fitzgerald, James. 'Gethsemani,' March 5, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  14 Fitzgerald, James. 'Gabbatha,' March 12, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  15 Fitzgerald, James. 'Golgotha,' March 19, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  16 Wright, John J. 'The Garden of Easter,' Easter Sunday, 1961,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  17 Work, Martin. 'The Public Image of the Church,' May 7, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  18 Stanley, David M. 'New Understanding of the Gospels,' May 14, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  19 McManus, Frederick R. 'The Liturgy in Our Life,' May 28, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  20 Freemantle, Anne. 'The Hound of Heaven: Part I: "I Fled Him",' June 4, 1961,
        Newsletter: 10 pages
  21 Freemantle, Anne. 'The Hound of Heaven: Part II: "The Labyrinthine Ways",' June 11, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  22 Freemantle, Anne. 'The Hound of Heaven: Part III: "Naught Contents Thee",' June 18, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  23 Freemantle, Anne. 'The Hound of Heaven: Part IV: "Whom Thou Seekest",' June 25, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  24 Davis, Thurston N., S.J. 'Christian Unity in a Changing Community,' July 2, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  25 Sherry, Gerard. 'Christian Unity and the Image of the Church,' July 9, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  26 Harden, John A., S.J. 'The Spiritual Basis for Christian Unity,' July 16, 1961,
        Newsletter: 10 pages
  27 O'Gara, James. 'Basic Human Rights,' July 23, 1961,
        Newsletter: 10 pages
  28 Marier, Theodore. 'Polyphony in Sacred Music,' July 30, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  29 Miller, Aloysius J., S.J. 'World Report on the Church: Part I: Report on Japan,' September 3, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  30 Connolly, James N. 'World Report on the Church: Part III: Report on France,' September 17, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  31 Ward, Barbara, and Andrew, Agnellus, O.F.M. 'World Report on the Church: Part V: Report on India,' October 1, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  32 Suhr, Theodor, Bishop of Copenhagen. 'World Report on the Church: Part VI: Report on Scandinavia,' October 8, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  33 Fittkau, Gerhard A. 'World Report on the Church: Part VIII: Report on Germany,' October 22, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  34 Moore, J. Daniel. 'The Mature Christian: Part I: "The Spiritually Mature Christian",' November 5, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  35 Peacock, Peter, O.F.M. Cap. 'Sacred Music Through the Ages: Part I: "Medieval and Early Renaissance Music",' December 3, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
Box Folder
44 1 Peacock, Peter, O.F.M. Cap. 'Sacred Music Through the Ages: Part II: "High Renaissance and Modern Music",' December 10, 1961,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  2 Peloquin, C. Alexander. 'Songs of Expectation,' December 17, 1961,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  3 Dougherty, John J. 'A Time to Think,' December 31, 1961,
        Newsletter: 8 pages
  4 Van Zeller, Hubert. 'The Inner Search: Part I: "Loneliness and the Virtue of Hope",' January 7, 1962,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  5 Manton, Joseph E., C.SS.R. 'The Call of Christ: Part I: "None So Good",' February 4, 1962,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  6 Manton, Joseph E., C.SS.R. 'The Call of Christ: Part II: "Men and Brothers",' February 11, 1962,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  7 Manton, Joseph E., C.SS.R. 'The Call of Christ: Part III: "Just Another Priest,",' February 18, 1962,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  8 Andrew, Agnellus, O.F.M. (et. al.) 'England Revisited: Parts I-IV,' March 4, 11, 18, 25, 1962,
        Newsletters
  9 Dolan, Charles F.X., S.J. 'The Cross and the Crown: Parts I-IV,' April 1, 8, 22, 29, 1962,
        Newsletters
  10 Greeley, Andrew M. 'Strangers in the House: Parts I-IV,' May 6, 13, 20, 27 1962,
        Newsletters Conflicting dates given.
  11 Freemantle, Anne. 'The Great Adventure: Parts II-IV,' June 10, 17, 24, 1962,
        Newsletters
  12 Reynolds, John C. 'That Your Joy May be Full: Parts I-IV,' August 5, 12, 19, 26, 1962,
        Newsletters
  13 Barry, Colman, et. al. 'The Councils of the Church: Parts I-V,' September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1962,
        Newsletters
  14 Lupton, Daniel E. 'Holy Scripture and Laymen Today: Parts I-III,' October 7, 14, 21, 1962,
        Newsletters
  15 Roggendorf, Joseph, S.J. 'The Church's Mission in Japan: Parts I-IV,' November 4, 11, 18, 25, 1962,
        Newsletters
  16 Gleason, Robert W., S.J. 'Christ and the Christian: Parts I-V,' December 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1962,
        Newsletters
  17 Greeley, Andrew M., et. al. 'Thinking with the Church: Parts I-IV,' January 6, 13, 20, 27, 1963,
        Newsletters
  18 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. 'Modern Literature and the Face of Man: Parts I-IV,' March 3, 10, 17, 24, 1963,
        Newsletters
  19 Hagmaier, George C., C.S.P. 'Sanity and Sanctity: Parts I-IV,' April 7, 14, 21, 28, 1963,
        Newsletters
  20 Pelikan, Jaroslav, et. al. 'The Church and the Council: A Non-Catholic View: Parts I, III-IV,' May, 5, 19, 26, 1963,
        Newsletters
  21 Sloyan, Gerald S., et. al. 'The Church in the Age of Renewal: Parts I-III,' June 2, 16, 23, 1963,
        Newsletters
  22 Reynolds, John C., C.S.P. 'That Your Joy May be Full,' July 14, 1963,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  23 Manton, Joseph E., C.SS.R. 'Four of a King: Parts I-IV,' January 5, 12, 19, 26, 1964,
        Newsletters
  24 Greeley, Andrew M. 'Strangers in the House: Parts I-IV,' February 2, 9, 16, 23, 1964,
        Newsletters-Reprint, See May 1962
  25 Burghardt, Walter J., S.J. 'Sanctity and the Individual: Parts I-IV,' March 1, 8, 15, 1964,
        Newsletters
  26 Claudel, Paul. 'The Death of Judas,' March 22, 1964,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  27 McGrath, Mark C., '"Revolution and Renewal: The Church in the New Latin America": Part 1,"' May 10, 1964,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  28 O'Brien, Elmer, S.J. '"Varieties of Mystic Experience": Parts I-III,' June 7, 14, 21, 1964,
        Newsletters
  29 Von Kaam, Adrian. '"Personality Fulfillment in the Spiritual Life": Parts I-IV,' January 8, 15, 22, 29, 1967,
        Newsletters
  30 Padovano, Anthony. '"What Does Christianity Have to Say to Modern Man?": Parts I-IV' August 6, 13, 20, 27, 1967,
        Newsletters
  31 Kirvan, John J., C.S.P. '"The Restless Believers": Parts I-II, IV' September 3, 10, 24, 1967,
        Newsletters
  32 Dolan, Charles F.X., S.J. '"Some Things Never Change: The Meaning of Faith Today": Parts I-IV' December 3, 10, 24, 1967,
        Newsletters
  33 Rudloff, Leo, and Tanenbaum, Marc. '"The Religious Significance of Israel",' December 31, 1967,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  34 Dolan, Charles F.X., S.J. '"The Significance and Meaning of the Synod of Bishops 1967": Part I,' January 14, 1968,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  35 Heschel, Albraham J. '"The God of Judaism and the Christian Renewal",' January 21, 1968,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  36 Mills, Anthony C., S.J. 'Interview with Dr. Eugene Carson Blake,' January 28, 1968,
        Newsletter: 4 pages
  37 Schaldenbrand, M. Aloysius, S.S.J. '"Christian Concern and Commitment": Parts I-IV,' January 4, 11, 18, 25, 1968,
        Newsletters
  38 Beck, Ronald. 'Interview with Canon Francois Holitart,' April 28, 1968,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  39 Beck, Ronald. 'Interview with Canon Francois Holitart,' April 28, 1968,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
  40 Freemantle, Ann. '"What's Past is Prologue",' June 30, 1968,
        Newsletter: 6 pages
Box Folder
45 1 '"Hope and the Resurrection",' April 2, 1961,
        Special Easter Program for Radio Transcript
  2 Host: John B. Mannion. Guest: Theodore C. Stone. '"Christianity Rediscovered": Shows 1-4,' May 3, 10, 17, 24, 1964,
        Television Transcripts
  3 Host: James O'Gara. Guests: Raymond Bosler, Michael Novak. '"The Council, the Church, and the Layman": Shows 1-4,' August 2, 9, 16, 23, 1964,
        Television Transcripts
  4 Revised and Annotated Transcripts (1), 1965
        Television
  5 Revised and Annotated Transcripts (2), 1965
        Television
  6 Revised and Annotated Transcripts (3), 1965
        Television
  7 '"Crisis and the Christian Conscience": Show 1: "Requiem for Henri Perrin",' October 4, 1964
        Television Transcript. Written by Donald A. Cunningham
  8 '"Crisis and the Christian Conscience": Show 2: "The Nightwatch",' October 11, 1964
        Television Transcript. Written by Robert Crean
  9 '"Crisis and the Christian Conscience": "The Prophet",' October 25, 1964, October 10, 1965
        Television Transcript. Written by Robert Crean
  10 '"The Church and Marriage": Show 1,' January 1965
        Television Transcript. Written by John Leo
  11 '"The Church and Marriage": Show 2,' January 1965
        Television Transcript. Written by John Leo
  12 '"The Church and Marriage": Show 3,' January 1965
        Television Transcript. Written by John Leo
Box Folder
46 1 '"The Church and Marriage": Show 4,' January 1965
        Television Transcript. Written by John Leo
  2 Matzerath, Roger 'Church of the Air: "Ecumenism in a Post-Reformation Era",' January 31, 1965
        Transcript
  3 Crean, Robert. 'Directions '65: "Conall",' February 7, 1965
        Television Transcript
  4 Court, Lee. 'Directions '65: "Behold the Tears",' February 28, 1965
        Television Transcript
  5 Cunneen, Joseph, and Tanenbaum, Marc H. 'Directions '65: "A Catholic Perspective",' May 9, 1965
        Television Transcript
  6 Lynch, William F., S.J. '"Images of Hope": Shows 1-4,' May 9, 16, 23, 30, 1965
        Television Transcript
  7 Ulanov, Barry. '"In Praise of the Spirit",' June 6, 1965
        Television Transcript
  8 Scharper, Philip. 'The Church and Change: Shows 1-4,' August 1, 8, 15, 22, 1965
        Television Transcript
  9 Crean, Robert. 'Encounter: Shows 1-3,' October 17, 24, 31, 1965
        Television Transcript
Sub-Series 7.3: Printed Material, 1934-1946, (1 Box)
 
Box Folder
46 10 Kissling, Thomas E. 'The Catholic Hour,', February 1934
        Magazine Page, from Columbia (p. 12)
  11 'Rev. R. A. McGowan,', May 1937
        Leaflet
  12 'Radio and the Rights of Religion,', 1938
        Pamphlet
  13 '80 NBC Stations...........,', 6/23/19391938
        Leaflet
  14 'Ten Years of the Catholic Hour,', March 1940
        Booklet
  15 'A Nationwide Audience for God,', 1940
        Magazine
  16 Fulton Sheen, Francis Spellman, Louis Kennedy, and Lenox Lohr. 'Memories of the Catholic Hour 1930-1940,', 1940
        Pamphlet
  17 'You Can Now Have Your Own Radio Program featuring Monsignor Fulton Sheen on your local Radio Station by Electrical Transcription,', 1940
        Leaflet
  18 'Rt. Rev. Msgr. Martin J. O'Connor,', September 1941
        Leaflet
  19 'The Living God,', 1941
        Leaflets
  20 'The Hour of Faith (ABC)-The Catholic Hour (NBC),', 1946
        Leaflet
  21 'The Catholic Hour 1930-1950,', 1950
        Booklet
  22 'This is the Catholic Hour,', 1954
        Booklet
  23 'Some Notes for Reading,', 6/22/1959
        Booklet
  24 'The Catholic Hour Presents "I am With You..."A History of the Church in Council,' 1963
        Booklet
                       
Series 8: General Publications and Printed Material 1924-1969 (2 Boxes)
A selection of surviving published and printed materials issued by NCCM.
Box Folder
47 1 'Catholic Boys Brigade Official Handbook,' n.d.
        Booklet: 24 pages.
  2 'Catholic Men,' 1947, 1950-1952
        Monthly publication, loose issues
  3 'Catholic Men,' 1953
        Monthly publication, loose issues
  4 'Catholic Men,' 1954
        Monthly publication, loose issues
  5 'Catholic Men,' 1955
        Monthly publication, bound volume
  6 'Catholic Men,' 1956
        Monthly publication, bound volume
  7 'Catholic Tri-State Congress,' 1947
        Packet
  8 'Church and War,' by James O'Gara, 1967
        Booklet: 64 pages
  9 'Christianity in Renewal,' 1967
        Booklet: 50 pages. Joint NCCM-NCWC Youth Department publication
  10 'History of Catholic Action in the United States,' by Robert Dwyer, 1954
        Booklet: 16 pages
  11 'How to Counter Anti-Catholic Propaganda,' 1949
        Booklet: 16 pages
  12 'Implementing the NCCM Leadership Courses in a Diocese or Deanery,' n.d.
        Booklet: 36 pages
  13 'Information Bulletin,' 1924-1929
        Pamphlets, monthly or bi-monthly, incomplete set
  14 'Lay People Respond to Vatican II Documents of the Third World Congress of the Lay Apostolate, October 11-18, 1967, Rome, Italy,'
        Booklet: 30 pages
  15 'Leaders' Course in the Lay Apostolate,' 1963
        Packet
  16 'Leaders' Course in the Lay Apostolate,' 1964
        Packet
  17 'Leaders' Course in the Lay Apostolate,' (1), 1965
        Packet
Box Folder
48 1 'Leaders' Course in the Lay Apostolate,' (2), 1965
        Packet
  2 'Manual of Instructions,' 1945
        Booklet: 28 pages
  3 'Monthly Bulletin,' July 1934
        News sheet: 4 pages
  4 'Motion Picture Industry,' by John J. Cantwell, 1934
        Booklet: 16 pages
  5 'Narberth Newspaper Plan,' n.d.
        Booklet: 40 pages
  6 'National Council of Catholic Men-Its Function, Its Composition, and its Constitution,' 1927
        Booklet: 18 pages
  7 'New Horizons for the Laity,' by Martin H. Work, 1969
        Booklet: 72 pages
  8 'Parish and the Constitution on the Church,' 1969
        Packet
  9 'Parish Leaders Course,' 1962
        Packet
  10 'Plans and Programs for a Modern Lay Organization,' 1964
        Packet
  11 'Programs for Lay Education,' 1964
        Packet
  12 Promotional Material, n.d.
  13 'Religious Question in Spain,' by Richard Pattee, 1950
        Booklet: 58 pages
  14 'Scouting Under Catholic Leadership,' n.d.
        Booklet: 24 pages
  15 'Spirit of Renewal: A Short Course in Vatican II for Lay People,' 1967
        Booklet: 80 pages
  16 'Up, Catholic Men,' by Michael J. Slattery, 1920
        Booklet: 16 pages
  17 'Vatican II Speaks to Lay People,' 1967
        Booklet: 32 pages
  18 'Youth Leadership Training Course,' 1966
        Packet
                       
Series 9: Scrapbook of Clippings, 1930-1931 (1 Box)
A scrapbook with news clippings from the NCCM conventions in Kansas City in 1930 and Rochester in 1931.
Box  
49   Scrapbook, 1930-1931
                       
Series 10: Audio Visual Records, 1930-1970 (4 Boxes)
A mix of media formats with the phonographs and audio tapes relating to The Catholic Hour radio program while the photographs depict various facets of NCCM operations.Also one undated reel to reel film.
Sub-series 10.1: Phonographs, 1938-1941, (1 Box)
 
Box  
50   'Cardinal Hayes Eulogy,' 12:00 - 12:55 pm, September 9, 1938,
        NBC, 2 copies, 78 rpm
    'The Living God,' 6:00 - 6:15 pm, April 7, 1939,
        NBC, 78 rpm
    'Spiritual Issues of the War-London,' 1:30 - 1:45 pm, August 25, 1940,
        NBC, 78 rpm
    '"A Universal Norm of Morality",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 1), Time: 9:55, February 2, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Unity of Mankind",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 2), Time: 9:50, February 9, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"Civil Authority and Divine Law",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 1), Time: 10:40, February 16, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Papacy and Peace",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 2), Time: 9:47, February 23, 1941?,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Homeless at Home",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 1), Time: 9:40, March 23, 1941?,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"Whence Come Wars?",' by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen (Side 2), Time: 9:45, March 30, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Living God," First Episode (Side 1): "The Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem," Time: 14:22, April 8, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Living God," Second Episode (Side 2): "The Last Supper," Time: 14:35, April 9, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    '"The Living God," Third Episode (Side 1): "The Trial," Time: 14:28, April 10, 1941,
        NBC, 2 copies, 33 1/3 rpm
    "The Living God," Fourth Episode (Side 2): "The Crucifixion," Time: 14:40, April 11, 1941,
        NBC, 2 copies, 33 1/3 rpm
    "The Living God," Fifth Episode (Side 1): "The Resurrection," Time: 14:30, April 12, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
    "Closed Doors," (Side 2): Easter Sermon by Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen, Time: 13:34, April 13, 1941,
        NBC, 33 1/3 rpm
Sub-series 10.2: Photographs, 1930-1970, (2 Boxes)
 
Box  
50   The Catholic Hour First Radio Broadcast: Rev. John J. Burke, Mr. Walter Johnson, Cardinal Patrick Hayes, Bishop Joseph Schrembs, March 1930
        Black and White Print, 11" x 14"
    Unidentified People at Work in Classrooms or Offices, n.d.
        Four (4) Black and White Prints, 11" x 14"
    Unidentified City Street, n.d.
        Color Print, 11" x 14"
Box Folder
51 1 Altar, Karl J., n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  2 Awards, 1960s, n.d.
        Multiple Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and one (1) 5" x 7"
  3 Bishops, A-Awards, 1958, 1970, n.d.
        Multiple Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and smaller
  4 Black Panther Coloring Book, 1969
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  5 Brennan, William-Supreme Court Justice, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  5 Butler, Eugene-NCWC Legal Department, 1955
        Black and white print, 7" x 9"
  6 Catechism, n.d.
        Black and white montage, 8" x 11"
  7 Catholic University of America (CUA) Chorus, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  8 Catholic University of America (CUA) Chorus, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  9 Churches: Miscellaneous, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and one 5" x 7"
  10 Churches: National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C., 1959
        Black and white print, 7" x 9"
  11 Churches: St. Ambrose-Houston, Texas, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  12 Churches: St. Joseph's Novitiate, Barrytown, New York, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  13 Cody, Cardinal John P., Speaking at National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Convention, St. Louis, Missouri, 1964
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  14 Columbia University Protests, 1968
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  15 Como, Perry, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  16 Conferences, Congresses, etc., 1957-1959, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  17 Connell, Francis J., C.SS.R., 1961
        Black and white print, 3.5" x 7.5"
  18 Conventions, 1957, 1965, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 7" x 9" and 8" x 11"
  19 Convention: Detroit, Michigan-John C. Hayes, John F. Donelly, Frank H. Heller, and William F. Johnson, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  20 Convention: Washington, D.C.-David A. McMullen, Kenneth Dempsey, Leo Donohue, Al Sattler, James Hou...?, and John C. Hayes, 1954
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  21 Convention: St. Louis, Missouri, 1964
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and a negative
  22 Convention, National Council of Catholic Women (NCCW): David A. McMullen, Martin H. Work, Archbishop Joseph Ritter, and Stewart MacLellan, 1958
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  23 Cronin, Rev. John, at B'nai B'rith D.C.-Maryland Regional Board Meeting, March 29, 1965,
        Black and white print, 7" x 9"
  24 Cushing, Cardinal Richard, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  25 Donnelly, John F.-MCCM President, with US President Lyndon B. Johnson, 1966
        Black and white print, 6" x 8", with 8" x 12" overprint
  26 Dreves, Veronica-Pre-School Specialist, with Bishop Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, 9/13/1968
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  27 Ellis, Msgr. John Tracy, 1967
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  28 Eskimo Children, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  29 Farmer, James-Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW), n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  30 Foley, Colman-Aid for Biafran Children, 1968
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  31 Girard, Andre-Artist, 1959
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  32 Greeley, Rev. Andrew, n.d.
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  33 Hallinan, Paul J.-Archbishop of Atlanta, n.d.
        Black and white print, 7" x 9"
  34 Heat of the Night movie receives Protestant-Catholic film award, 1968
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  35 Hippies-New York, 1968
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  36 Heller, Frank H.-NCCM President, ca. 1963-1965
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  37 Holy Name Society-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  38 Hosinski, Helen-Secretary to Theodore Hesburgh, President of Notre Dame University. 'Mail Call,' 1969
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  39 Israel-Worshippers in Jerusalem, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  40 Jesus Stained Glass Window-Auckland, New Zealand, 1969
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  41 Kennedy, Robert F.-Funeral, 1968
        Religious News Service photo. Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  42 King, Coretta Scott, ca. 1968
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  43 Knights of Columbus Banquet, Chicago, Illinois-Governor David Lawrence of Pennsylvania and Bishop Francis Leipzig of Baker, Oregon, 2/25/1962
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  44 LaFarge, Rev. John, and Hayes, Helen, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  45 Layman, A-M, 1953, n.d.
        Black and white prints, various sizes
  46 Layman, N-Z, n.d.
        Black and white prints, various sizes
  47 Layman-Unknown, n.d.
        Black and white prints, various sizes
  48 Liturgy, ca. 1965
        Black and white prints, various sizes
  49 Mackay, Hugh P.-Potential Board Member, ca. 1970
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  50 Marydale Retreat, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  51 McCarron, Msgr. Edgar P., n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and 5" x 7"
  52 McMullin, Judge David, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and 5" x 7"
  53 Mealey, Margaret-President of NCCW, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  54 Mealey, Margaret along with Martin Work and others, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  55 Middle East Tour (Collage)-Eugene Carson Blake of World Council of Churches, 1969
        Religious News Service, black and white print, 8" x 11"
  56 Military Council of Catholic Men, ca. 1968
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  57 Miscellaneous, 1964-1967
  58 Miscellaneous (1), n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  59 Miscellaneous (2), n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  60 Miscellaneous Negatives, n.d.
  61 Missionaries in New Guinea, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  62 Murphy, John A.-Archbishop of Wales, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  63 Murray, John Courtney, S.J., n.d.
        Black and white print, 3.5" x 5"
  64 NASA, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  65 NCCM Board of Directors, 1967
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  66 NCCM Board of Directors, Executive Committee, 1959
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  67 Nuns, 1968-1969
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  68 O'Brien, Norman A.-Order of Alhambro, 1968-1969
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  69 O'Donnell, General Emmett A., n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  70 Office of Economic Opportunity, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  71 Office Scenes, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  72 O'Shea, David-Papal Volunteers, 1965
        Black and white print, 5" x 8"
  73 Parades, Processions, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  74 Perot, Ross, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  75 Popes, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  76 Posters, 1968-1970, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  77 Priests, A-Z, 1965, 1968, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  78 Priests-Unknown, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints, various sizes
  79 Rowan, Carl, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  80 Roy, Maurice-Cardinal Archbishop of Quebec and Primate of Canada-Addresses NCCM Convention in St. Louis, Missouri, 1969
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  81 Saint John's, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  82 Sandweg, William H.-Potential Board Member, ca. 1970
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  83 Saxe (Thomas) Scholarship Received by Walter Curtis, Bishop of Bridgeport, Connecticut, 1964
        Black and white print, 7" x 8" and 8" x 11"
  84 Shehan, Lawrence-Cardinal Archbishop of Baltimore, Maryland, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 5" x 7" and 8" x 11"
  85 Sheen, Fulton J., 1969
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  86 Sheerin, Rev. John B., C.S.P., 1966
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  87 Simmons, Thomas M.-Potential Board Member, ca. 1970
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  88 Sloyan, Rev. Gerald S., n.d.
        Black and white print, 3.5" x 5"
  89 Suenens, Leo-Cardinal of Malines-Brussels, Belgium, 1966
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  90 Television: Singing Praises with Ed Sullivan, n.d.
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  91 Television: 'Look Up and Live - Dante,' 1965
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  92 Television: 'Look Up and Live - Diary of a Country Priest,' n.d.
        Black and white print, 7" x 9"
  93 Television: 'Look Up and Live - The Nuncio,' n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  94 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - General, 1964
        Black and white prints, 9" x 13.5"
  95 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - General, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints of various sizes
  96 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - America and Communism,' n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  97 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Awards, 1962, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11" and 9" x 12"
  98 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Broadcast Alerts, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  99 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Broadcast Alert - German Soldier with Potato Masher, n.d.
        Black and white print, 5" x 7"
  100 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Catholic Reflections on America,' 1961
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  101 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - A Report on the Christian-Marxist Dialog,' 1967
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  102 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Christians and the World,' n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  103 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Church in Transition,' 1967
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  104 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Gloria Cline, Program Coordinator, n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  105 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Jesus Portrayals, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 7" x 9" and 8" x 11"
  106 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Justice and Peace,' n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  107 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Protestant Catholic Dialog,' n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  108 Television: 'The Catholic Hour' - Racial History, n.d.
        Multiple black and white prints of various sizes
  109 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - The Brothers Karamazov,' 1968
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  110 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - The Changing Church,' n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  111 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - The Priest,' n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  112 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - Thomas Merton,' n.d.
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11", and clippings
  113 Television: 'The Catholic Hour - White Man/Black Man,' n.d.
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  114 Thermonuclear Explosion, 1952
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  115 Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 1965
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
  116 Vietnam War, n.d.
        Black and white prints, 7" x 9", 8" x 11"
  117 Visit to the White House and Meeting with John F. Kennedy, 3/15/1963
        Black and white prints, 8" x 11"
  118 Work, Martin-Portraits, n.d.
        Black and white prints of various sizes
  119 Work, Martin-Group Shots, n.d.
        Black and white prints of various sizes
  120 World Communion Sunday, Indianapolis, Indiana 1969
        Religious News Service Photo, black and white print, 8" x 11'
  121 World Methodist Council, London, England: Daniel Meany with Fr. Conan Anthony Holme, 8/18-26/1966
        Black and white print, 8" x 11"
Sub-series 10.3: Audio Tapes, 1966-1968, (2 Boxes)
 
Box  
52   Forty (40) Reel to Reel Audio Tapes, 7.25" x 7.25" x .5", 1966-1968
Box  

53

 

Oversize

 

Forty (40) Reel to Reel Audio Tapes, 7.25" x 7.25" x .5", 1966-1968

 

One Reel to Reel Film in canister, 'Religious Life,' n.d.

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Descriptive Summary

Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Related Material

Index Terms

Bibliography

Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Constitutions, By-laws, and Incorporation Records, 1947-1970

Series 2: Golden Jubilee Files, 1920-1962, 1970

Series 3: Board of Directors' Executive Committee Correspondence, Minutes, and Related Material, 1920-1969

Series 4: Annual Reports, 1920-1969

Series 5: Convention Files, 1922, 1927-1933, 1951-1969

Series 6: Correspondence and Related Material, 1935(1948-1975)1975

Series 7: Catholic Hour Records, 1929-1968

Series 8: General Publications and Printed Material 1924-1969

Series 9: Scrapbook of Clippings, 1930-1931

Series 10: Audio Visual Records, 1930-1970

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