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Gothic grandeur
C. Eugene Miller


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Gothic grandeur
a rare tradition in American Catholicism : an historical narrative of the administrative life of the Mother Church of the Diocese of Buffalo, New York
authored and co-edited by C. Eugene Miller and co-edited by Michael A. Riester.

Published 2003 by Canisius College Press in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Ancestry of tradition
Chapter 1: Catholicism comes to Buffalo
Chapter 2: Mother Church of Western New York
Chapter 3: Badin and Le Couteulx
Chapter 4: The missionary clergy
Chapter 5: Immigrant catholics in antebellum Buffalo
Chapter 6: A rare tradition in American Catholicism
Chapter 7: Gather our relics, we rise eternally
Chapter 8: Sorg fashions a truly German church
Chapter 9: Into the twentieth century with Hoelscher
Chapter 10: Catholicism in art and music
Chapter 11: The dramatic circle
Chapter 12: Do you know where your children are?
Chapter 13: First World War and the roaring twenties
Chapter 14: Financial disaster, depression, World War II
Chapter 15: Golden age of Tridentine Catholicism
Chapter 16: Challenge, convulsion, and cataclysm
Chapter 17: Anticipation hailed a new clarion call.

Edition Notes

"A commemorative work for the 175th anniversary of St. Louis Roman Catholic Church, Main and Edward Streets, Buffalo, New York."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 479-488) and index.

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xx, 500 p. :
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