HIS 233 - American Catholic Social History
An historical presentation of the numerous social issues, conflicts, and varied solutions in American Catholicism from the late 19th century forward with emphasis on how the many issues of society impacted Catholicism. The course demonstrates how the application of faith and various theological and philosophical theories were used in resolution of social conflict.
Crosslisted with REL 233 .
Considered a United States History.
Fulfills the Moral Inquiry and Catholic Intellectual Traditions requirement.
Course may be applied to the American Studies program.