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Voices of Faith: Making a Difference in Urban Neighborhoods

David Bodenhamer

Reveals how religious faith can motivate people in inner-city neighborhoods to work together even through diversity in terms of race, age, socio-economic background, and religious denomination.

paper 1998/ISBN 0-9662066-0-6/$19.95
Order No. 2318

Falling Toward Grace: Images of Religion and Culture from the Homeland

J. Kent Calder

Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, Jewish, and Muslim voices are represented by editors, photographers, poets, and writers.

cloth 158 pp. 1998/ISBN 0-253-33453-5/$24.95
Order No. 2314


Married to the Church

Raymond Hedlin

Seminarians share intimate, painful and sometimes secret parts of their lives. This is a provocative portrait of a generation of Catholics and an agenda for liberal change in the Church.

cloth 272 pp. 1995/ISBN 0-253-32943-4/$29.95
Order No. 2179


Indiana Quakers Confront the Civil War

Jacquelyn S. Nelson

Indiana Quakers Confront the Civil War

More than one thousand Quakers served in the military during the Civil War, while others supported the war effort at home. Conscientious objection, anti-slavery, and nonviolence are chronicled.

cloth 298 pp. 1991/ISBN 0-87195-064-2/$19.95
Order No. 2242


Where God's People Meet: A Guide to Significant Religious Places in Indiana

Joseph M. White

All ninety-two counties are detailed in this survey focusing on the significant material symbols of Hoosier faith.

paper 202 pp. 1996/ISBN 1-878208-56-8/$19.95
Order No. 3111

Belief in Providence: a Life of Saint Theodora Guerin

Julie Young

A Belief in Providence: A Life of Saint Theodora Guerin, a youth biography, explores the life of the woman who would become Indiana's first saint.

cloth 198 pp. 2007/ISBN 978-0-87195-255-4/$17.95
Order No. 2640