Catholic identity in the Diaspora

Sara Karly Kehoe

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Abstract

Book abstract: Whether for philantrophic, religious, or social purposes migrant Scots established a vast array of clubs, societies and institutions around the world. This helped to preserve a distinctive Scottish identity within newly adopted countries of residence. With examples from Canada, the US, Australia, New Zealand, Engand and Northern Ireland, Ties of bluid, kin and countrie is the first volume of its kind to examine collectively these associations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTies of bluid, kin and countrie: Scottish Associational Culture in the Diaspora
EditorsA. Hinson, T. Bueltmann, G. Morton
Place of PublicationOntario, Canada
PublisherStewart Publications
Pages83-100
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9780889555778
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • Diaspora
  • catholicism
  • Scottish history

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    Kehoe, S. K. (2009). Catholic identity in the Diaspora. In A. Hinson, T. Bueltmann, & G. Morton (Eds.), Ties of bluid, kin and countrie: Scottish Associational Culture in the Diaspora (pp. 83-100). Stewart Publications. http://www.uoguelph.ca/history/Scottish%20Studies/Guelph%20Series%20in%20Scottish%20Studies