Catholic Problems in Western Canada

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2006
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INTRODUCTION

 PART 1.—RELIGIOUS PROBLEMS

 CHAPTER 1.—THIS CALL OF THE WEST

            A Call from the West—The Call of the Catholic Church in the West—The
 Response of the East—The Specific Object of the Catholic Church
 Extension Society.

 CHAPTER 2.—BRIDGING THE CHASM

            The Catholic Church Extension Society in Canada—Its Principles and
 Policy.

 CHAPTER 3.—PRO ARIS ET FOCIS

            The Ruthenian Problem—A Religious and National Problem—Its
 Phases—Its Solution.

 CHAPTER 4.—WHY? WHAT? WHO?

            The necessity of a Field Secretary for the Organization of our
 Missionary Activities.

 CHAPTER 5.—PLOUGHING THE SANDS

            The Church Union Movement; its Causes and Various Manifestations—The
 Protestant and Catholic View-point.

 CHAPTER 6.—"THEM ALSO I MUST BRING" (Jo, v, 16)

            The Apostolate to non-Catholics; its Obligation—What have we
 Done?—What Can we Do?

 CHAPTER 7.—PROS AND CONS

            Obstacles that Impede. . . . Circumstances that Help the Work of the
 Church in Western Canada.

 PART 2.—EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS

 CHAPTER 8.—WHY SEPARATE?

            A Moral Reason—A Social Reason—A Political Reason—A National
 Reason—A British Reason—A Religious Reason . . . for our "Separate
 Schools."

 CHAPTER 9.—A WINDOW IN THE WEST

            A Crusade for Better Schools in Saskatchewan: Its History—Its
 Lessons—An Invitation and a Warning.

 CHAPTER 10.—UNICUIQUE SUUM

            Principle on which should be Based the Division of Company-taxes between Public and Separate Schools.

 CHAPTER 11.—DREAM OF REALITY

            Higher Education in Western Canada—Duty of the Hour—University
 Training, Condition of Genuine leadership—For Catholics Higher
 Education means Higher Catholic Education—The Concerted Action of all
 Catholics in Western Canada can make a Western Catholic University a
 Reality.

 PART 3—SOCIAL PROBLEMS

 CHAPTER 12.—BEYOND BERLIN

            After-war Problems from a Catholic view-point—Reconstruction—The Duty of the Hour.

 CHAPTER 13.—"WHOM DO MEN SAY THAT THE SON OF MAN IS?" (Matt. xvi, 13)

            Public Opinion and the Catholic Church—What is Public Opinion—Its
 Power—How it is Formed—The Catholic Church in its Relation to Public
 Opinion—Our Duties to Public Opinion.

 CHAPTER 14.—"TRUTH SHALL MAKE YOU FREE" (Jo. viii, 32)

            Facts—Principles—Policy of the Catholic Truth Society—Its Value for the Church in Western Canada.

 CHAPTER 15.—A SUGGESTION

            Importance of the Catholic Press—Requisites for its Success in the
 West.

 CHAPTER 16.—THE NEW CANADIAN

            Immigration—Are we Ready for it?—Outline of a Plan of Action.

 CHAPTER 17—"UT SINT UNUM"

            A Catholic Congress of the Western Provinces, the Ultimate Solution of all their Problems—What is a Congress?—Its Utility—Its Necessity—Tentative Programme of a General Congress.

 CHAPTER 18.—"ULTIMA VERBA"

 APPENDIX

 I.—AMERICANIZATION

            A Thought-compelling and Illuminating Article, by L. P. Edwards, in
 "New York Times," on Problems that Confront Canada also.

 II.—THE FAD OF AMERICANIZATION

            By Glenn Frank in the "Century," June, 1920.

 III.—AMERICANIZATION WORK MUST PROCEED SLOWLY

            By Rev. D. P. Tighe, "Detroit News," Aug. 24, 1919.

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