Title: HISTORY OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS WOMEN IN THE UNITED STATES, THE - DISC 5 OF 6 (INCLUDES CD 51845 to CD 51850)
Description:
Disc 5 includes Topic 13: Success and Standardization: Myth and Reality of "Traditional" Religious Life; Topic 14: World of our (Grand?) Mothers - Sisters on the Brink of Vatican II; Topic 15: Vatican II and its Aftermath. This program of 18 25-minute lectures is by Professor Margaret Susan Thompson Ph.D. 2009 marked the bicentennial of the founding of the first apostolic sister in the United States: St. Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton's Sisters of Charity. To a great extent, when we think about what the Catholic Church in America is all about, we think about the contributions of sisters- the parochial school system, hundreds of hospitals, untold numbers of charitable organizations founded and staffed by sisters. These ministries have transformed the lives of millions of Catholics and the social and humanitarian character of the nation itself. Explore the remarkable personal stories of these sisters and the great ministries and institutions they made possible. To access the written guide, insert the accompanying CD into your CD-ROM drive and open the PDF file contained within. This program includes 18 25-minute Lectures on 6 CDs. 75 minutes
Media ID: 51849
Length: 75 Min.
Publisher: Now You Know Media
Level: A

Grade Levels: EC=Early Childhood; P=Primary; I=Intermediate; JH=Junior High; SH=Senior High; A=Adult