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  • Workers in the Vineyard: Catholic Women and Social Action.
    Holtmann, Cathy (2011)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and William H. Swatos, Jr. (eds.) Religion, Spirituality and Everyday Practice. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 141-152.

    Based on interviews with activist Catholic women in New Brunswick, including women religious.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Canada; Activism; Canada, New Brunswick; Women; Change; Justice; Volunteering
  • Resistance is Beautiful: The Growth of the Catholic Network for Women's Equality in New Brunswick.
    Holtmann, Cathy (2008)
    In M.A. Beavis, E. Guillemin, and B. Pell (eds.) Feminist Theology with a Canadian Accent: Canadian Perspectives on Contextual Feminist Theology. Ottawa: Novalis, pp. 200-219.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Catholic, Canada; Canada, New Brunswick
  • Has the silence been shattered or does a holy hush still prevail? Defining violence against women within Christian churches.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (2000)
    In Anson Shupe, William A. Stacey, and Susan E. Darnell (eds.), Bad pastors: Clergy misconduct in modern America. New York: New York University Press, pp. 69-89.

    Examines responses by Protestant clergy to wife abuse; based on data collected in New Brunswick. How clergy conceptualize abuse influences their responses.

    Associated Search Terms: Spouse abuse; Protestant, Canada; Constructionist theory; Canada, New Brunswick; Clergy
  • The Anglican Church and the Ecumenical Movement in New Brunswick.
    MacRae, Peter Howard (1969)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick.

    Associated Search Terms: Ecumenism; Anglican Church of Canada; Canada, New Brunswick
  • The Fredericton Jewish Community: A Study in Class, Status, and Religion.
    Foote, Raymond L. (1967)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick.

    Bases an analysis on 3 hypotheses: 1) Economic success led to a decline in Orthodox customs; 2) Economic differentiation lessened community cohesion; 3) The social isolation of the community had diminished.

    Associated Search Terms: Mobility (vertical); Canada, New Brunswick, Fredericton; Jewish, Canada
  • L'Apport du curé dans le développement économique et social de l'Acadie du XVIIe siècle à nos jours.
    Dupont, Jean-Claude (1967)
    Revue économique (Univrsité de Moncton) 5:1: 28-31.

    Draws on archival materials; shows the clergy directed French Acadia toward agricultural development only.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Canada; Development; Canada, New Brunswick; Canada, Nova Scotia; Historical; Economic
  • The Lutheran Church in Fredericton.
    Dewitt, Robert Lee (1965)
    Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick.

    Describes different functions that the Lutheran Church, having both church & sect forms, serves for immigrant & native Canadian members.

    Associated Search Terms: Lutheran, Canada; Typology; Canada, New Brunswick, Fredericton; Ethnic; Migrant
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