This work serves the purposes of filling in and fleshing out.
We are beginning to fill in voids in
We are fleshing out the embodied realities, of which stereotypes are distorted
and the history of American Catholicism, which sometimes seems to read
like the history of Irish-American men
A diverse group of Franco femmes provide their own answers from their own,
often humorous perspectives to these questions and many more. Assess for
yourself the degrees of contradiction and corroboration. When the edited
volume is available, we'll update this page with information on how to
Did Franco-American girls go to parish schools?
Were teachers at these schools nuns?
Were nuns uniquely talented torturers of children?
What happened to catechism during Vatican II?
When did the parochial school system really die, or has it?
A companion video is for sale now. Ten Franco-American women talk openly
about their parochial school experiences, or not. All have different views.
Last updated September, 2002