Crossings and Dwellings

Restored Jesuits, Women Religious, American Experience, 1814-2014

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One year after the public demonstration of a simulated “Mass in English” at Mundelein College, on the First Sunday of Advent (29 November 1964), Catholic parishes throughout the United States implemented the English liturgy. Historian Mark Massa, S.J., dates the “long ’60s” of American Catholicism —- 1964-1974 —- from this moment.
See: Mundelein Skyscraper, 25 November 1964
Mundelein College Archives, Women and Leadership Archives , Loyola University Chicago. Used with permission.

One year after the public demonstration of a simulated “Mass in English” at Mundelein College, on the First Sunday of Advent (29 November 1964), Catholic parishes throughout the United States implemented the English liturgy. Historian Mark Massa, S.J., dates the “long ’60s” of American Catholicism —- 1964-1974 —- from this moment.

See: Mundelein Skyscraper, 25 November 1964

Mundelein College Archives, Women and Leadership Archives , Loyola University Chicago. Used with permission.

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