By Timothy B. Neary
during this booklet, Timothy B. Neary finds the heritage of Bishop Bernard Sheil’s Catholic formative years association (CYO), which introduced jointly hundreds of thousands of kids of all races and religions from Chicago’s racially segregated neighborhoods to participate in activities and academic programming. Tens of millions of girls and boys participated in basketball, song and box, and the most well-liked recreation of all, boxing, which frequently crammed Chicago Stadium with roaring crowds. The historical past of Bishop Sheil and the CYO indicates a worldly model of yank Catholicism, person who is mostly overshadowed by way of debts of white ethnic Catholics aggressively resisting the racial integration in their working-class neighborhoods. by means of telling the tale of Catholic-sponsored interracial cooperation inside Chicago, Crossing Parish Boundaries complicates our figuring out of northern city race kin within the mid-twentieth century.
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Crossing Parish Boundaries: Race, Sports, and Catholic Youth in Chicago, 1914-1954 (Historical Studies of Urban America) by Timothy B. Neary