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Introduction to <i>Faith and the Historian: Catholic Perspectives</i>

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[Excerpt] What follows are the essays by eight historians touched by Catholicism on the meaning of that experience and its effect on their professional work. The essays are presented in broad chronological order, organized more by generational cohort than by specific date of birth. The essays are reflections, in some cases even meditations, and were never intended to conform to the structure and methodology of the historical article for a professional journal. Still, we have tried to shed some light on the inner processes that create that very work.

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2007-01-01

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Catholicism; history; faith; perspective

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Required Publisher Statement: © University of Illinois Press. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved. Final version published as: Salvatore, N. (2007). Introduction. In Faith and the historian: Catholic perspectives (pp. 1-6). Chicago: University of Illinois Press.

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