By Rene Kollar
"I hugely suggest this paintings; it really is crucial and engaging interpreting for all these attracted to the background of English prejudice--especially on these inflammatory subject matters of the (Roman) Catholic Church, monasticism, and the emancipation of women."
author of Redirecting Philosophy and Postmodernism and the recent Enlightenment (2000)
"In 2010, the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C. hosted the show, 'Women and Spirit: Catholic Sisters in America.' It was once a must-see testomony to their awesome accomplishments. A international and depraved establishment? by means of Fr. Rene Kollar is extra testomony to the position Catholic and Anglican sisters fulfilled in Victorian England. regardless of impressive accomplishments, they faced bigotry and scandals inside of their ranks. This e-book is a must-read for a deeper knowing of the thrill and pains of associations dedicated to God's work."
Columnist for the Catholic information Service
Director of the Institute for the Renewal of the Priesthood
Director of Institutional examine at Washington Theological Union
"Rene Kollar makes a speciality of congregations of spiritual ladies during this transparent, concise exam of well known anti-Catholicism. He deftly interweaves their confessions with Catholic makes an attempt to provide an explanation for the genuine nature of non secular existence, and to discredit their rivals. calls for that society right those atrocities via abolition or keep an eye on threatened not just the sisterhoods themselves, however the Roman Church. In separate yet interrelated chapters, Kollar considers the legends, the tales, the lies and the works of Roman and Anglican sisterhoods. Neither unaware of faults nor unaware of abuses, Kollar writes with a watch at the found in which a life-style is back judged through the faults of a few."
--T. M. McCoog, S.J.
"Using a wealthy number of assets, Rene Kollar has given us first-class essays at the struggles for the institution of Anglican and Roman Catholic non secular orders in Victorian England opposed to social, and commonly male, prejudice, suspicion and lack of information. The essays take care of specific episodes and give a contribution colour and intensity to our knowing of non secular prejudice in Victorian England and the sheer endurance and resilience of those girls of faith. Richly textured, completely researched and assuredly written."
--The Revd Dr Bruce Kaye
Editor, The magazine of Anglican Studies
Fr. Rene Kollar is a Benedictine monk and a Professor of heritage at Saint Vincent collage, Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He has written greatly on 19th- and twentieth-century English ecclesiastical history.
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A Foreign and Wicked Institution?: The Campaign Against Convents in Victorian England by Rene Kollar