The current Redemptorist HIstorical Bulletin is a double issue for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. It is an open access document in pdf form, free for download.
The Institute will be hosting its seventh triennial conference this fall at the Redemptorist Shrine of St. Anne de Beaupre, Quebec, Canada. Participants are welcome to arrive for the evening of September 27. The sessions of the conference will take place during the 28th and 29th. Departures are scheduled after an early Mass and breakfast on Friday, September 30th. The theme for this year's conference is "Redemptorist Ministry on the Margins" and speakers will explore how the Redemptorists in North America have reached out to folks on the church's periphery through ministry with the deaf, orphans, addicts, and immigrants. There will also be a session looking at the Redemptorists' movement to the edges of a new American empire in Puerto Rico following the Spanish American War. Of course, since we are meeting at one of the most important pilgrimage sites in North America, we will also get a thorough tour and introduction to the Shrine and its ministry. For further details, check out the conference brochure. Sign up soon, because space is limited.
The latest edition of the Historical Bulletin is now posted. You can find the downloadable pdf at /uploads/8/1/6/1/8161810/issue_41_2016_spring.pdf.
The Fall 2014 edition of the Historical Bulletin is now available online for download at http://www.redemptorists.com/redemptorist-historical-institute.html. We hope you enjoy this issue's articles, which include episodes from the lives of Redemptorist military chaplains during World War II, a review of a recent exhibit on Denver Province ministries, excerpts from the memoirs of a Redemptorist in 1930s Paraguay, and more.
Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013, at the Redemptorist History Conference in Canandaigua, NY, conference participants were treated with the opportunity to watch in action one of the great American Redemptorist preachers of the 20th century. Stephen Kessinger, who works on the current production of the Novena to Our Mother of Perpetual Help at Boston's Mission Church, has done the tremendous service of making some of Fr. Manton's sermons available online. They can be found at http://vimeo.com/channels/47210.
The Fall 2013 edition of the Historical Bulletin is now available online for download at http://www.redemptorists.com/redemptorist-historical-institute.html. We hope you enjoy this issue's articles, which range from a glimpse into ministry with Kmhmú immigrants in California to a profile of our latest winner of the Seelos Award, Rev. Carl Hoegerl, C.Ss.R.
With the latest issue of the Redemptorist Historical Bulletin the Institute for Redemptorist Historical Studies becomes completely paperless. Going forward, all issues will be accessible online. The articles in the present issue cover Redemptorist ministries to 19th century New Yorkers, a retrospective on the life and work of Father James Mason, C.Ss.R., of the Toronto Province, and an article on Redemptorist brothers. We are interested in article ideas (and writers!) for the fall issue. Contact the editors with your comments and proposals: Fr. Matt Allman (email@example.com) or Patrick Hayes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The IRHS-NA is pleased to announce Redemptorist History Conference VI. This year we will focus on North American Redemptorists as Preachers, Professors, and Promoters of Healing and Consolation. For details about the event, please refer to the conference brochure.
The Institute for Redemptorist Historical Studies - North America (IRHS-NA) is devoted to the study and promotion of the Redemptorist Heritage in North America.