Vota Woodstockiensia., 01/01/1960-12/31/1969
Collection-level Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and a wide variety of supplemental items, which document Murray's career as author, editor, lecturer, professor, and theologian. Murray is perhaps best known for his books We Hold These Truths (1960) and The Problem of God (1964), as well as for his longstanding editorship of Theological Studies. Among Murray's correspondents are Rev. John Tracy Ellis, Henry and Clare Boothe Luce, and Samuel Cardinal Stritch, together with fellow Jesuits Walter Burghardt, Bernard Lonergan, Vincent McCormick, and Leo Ward. 1927-1976 42.00 linear feet
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From the Collection: 42 Linear Feet
Copies of Vota Dogmatica from Woodstock, sketch outlining the need for the Church to change its position on religious liberty.
Subjects and Associated Physical Materials
RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Manuscript
VOTA DOGMATICA -RELIGIOUS LIBERTY: Manuscript
VATICAN II -RELIGIOUS FREEDOM: Manuscript
Part of the Woodstock Theological Center Library Archives Repository
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