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  • Xk81jz08t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1741/1744
    Contributing Institution: Fordham University Libraries
    Description: Title from spine; Title pages or captions of most sermons collected here indicate that they were delivered at the Colegio de San Gregorio, Mexico, 1741-1744; Bound in [original?] parchment with two leather ties; Paginated by hand in pen at top corners of pages; Several distinct watermarks; Water damage on several pages; Historical note: Sermons delivered at the Colegio de San Gregorio, Mexico, 1741-1744: likely the Colegio de San Gregorio in Mexico City, sometimes also known as Colegio Seminario de Indios de San Gregorio, founded in 1586 and run by Jesuits with the mission to educate indigenous Mexicans until 1856; Provenance note: Accompanied by note from former owner Theodore Cunnion, S.J -- former shelfmark 091.252 on front flyleaf; Note on digitized item: Pages 96-97 missing
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  • 1831cz19f?file=thumbnail
    Creator: Vasconzelos, Francisco Xavier, Marqués de Monserrate
    Date: 1700/1709
    Contributing Institution: Fordham University Libraries
    Description: Title transcribed from title page; Original number of sermons "46" crossed out by author and replaced with "47"; Each sermon has its own title page or caption, typically providing a more detailed title than given in the table of contents, and the date and location on which the sermon was delivered; Title pages or captions of all extant manuscript sermons and talks have statements of responsibility citing Francisco Xavier Vasconzelos, Marques de Monserrate (e.g. "por Francisco Xavier Vasconzelos, Marques de Monserrate"--fol. 59r); Place of production inferred from title pages of individual sermons and talks, which usually list Puebla de Los Angeles (present-day Puebla City, Mexico) as the location at which the sermons were delivered -- Most frequently, Iglesia de San Pedro is provided as the venue, but other venues appear such as Iglesia del Espiritú Santo (present-day Colegio Carolino); Date of production taken from title page -- inclusive dates of sermons extant in wrapper: 1703 March 1 - 1709 November 3; Extensive water damage throughout -- Some text may be obscured by this water damage; Notes tipped-in between fol. 169v-170r, fol. 274v-275r, and fol. 337v-338r; Manuscript is missing fol. 1r-42v (sermons 1-5), fol. 112r-121v (sermon 15) , fol. 144r-157v (sermons 19-20), fol. 182r-189v (sermons 23-24), fol. 204r-211v (sermon 28) -- location of missing leaves is unknown; In [original?] parchment wrapper; Historical note: Author of the sermons Francisco Xavier de Vasconzelos, Marqués de Monserrate is stated to be the abbot ["abbad"] of the church of San Pedro in Puebla de los Angeles: "Congregacion de el principe de los apostoles nuestro padre San Pedro ... por d. Fran. Xavier de Vasconselos Marques de Monserrate, actual abbad de dicha ecclesiastica congregacion"--Fol. 84r; "Iglesia ecclesiastica congregacion del principe de los apostoles nuestro padre el señor San pedro de la Puebla de los Angeles ... por d. Fran. Xavier Vasconselos Marques de Monserrate y actual abbad"--fol. 104r; Provenance note: Accompanied by note with letterhead of former owner Theodore Cunnion, SJ, indicating that item was formerly in the possession of St. Francis Xavier College, New York -- former shelfmark on fol. i verso: 091.252 S. 2 -- property stamp "St. Francis Xavier College, 1847, New York" on fol. 158r
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  • Hh63t8125?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1875
    Contributing Institution: Sounding Spirit
    Description: With the 1873 installation of Bishop John C. Keener in Mexico City, the Methodist Episcopal Church, South was eager to expand its influence. Intended for use by a growing lay Methodist community, Himnos para uso de la Iglesia Metodista del sur combined newly written hymns with Spanish-language selections circulating in missionary tracts and US-produced hymnals since the late 1840s. Deviating from A Collection of Hymns for Public, Social, and Domestic Worship—the denomination’s flagship hymnal from 1857 to 1887, featuring the standard fare of English-language Methodist hymnodists—Himnos drew from more varied sources. These include William Harris Rule’s 1848 Himnos para el uso de las congregaciones españolas de la iglesia cristiana and the ca. 1870 American Tract Society publication Himnos y cánticos con la música. The resulting ecumenical repertoire served Mexico’s growing Methodist community.
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  • D791ss08w?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1948-01-11
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 3f462g616?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1954-11-07
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Fn107829p?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1954-10-31
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • N296x8502?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1953-10-04
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Cr56n949t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1953-07-19
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Bg257q65k?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1953-07-05
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • X346df072?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1953-03-08
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Fn107828d?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1952-11-30
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Z316qb454?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1952-04-27
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Td96kc88r?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1952-04-06
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Jw827n80h?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1949-09-04
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Bc386v142?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1948-04-25
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 794087509?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1948-02-22
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Rv043379b?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1940-12-08
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Fq9785430?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1939-10-29
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Fx719x18r?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1939-09-10
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Gx41mt77k?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1939-05-28
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • C821gw223?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1939-05-07
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Ft849155t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1939-01-15
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Nz806864n?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1938-04-10
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 5999nd53r?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1938-01-09
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Qz20t343d?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1937-11-14
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Rn301985q?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1937-05-30
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Wd376642s?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1937-04-04
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Jw827n78g?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1936-12-13
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • C247f361g?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1935-12-29
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • M613n805v?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1935-07-28
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Xs55mn81z?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1935-02-24
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 79408749j?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1934-11-18
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 6h441318f?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1934-01-07
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 5999nd52g?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1933-02-19
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 2r36v778c?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1932-12-25
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 7s75dp26k?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1931-06-21
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 5x21tr24n?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1931-03-29
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • N009wc760?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1931-03-22
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Sj139c55t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1930-09-14
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Tm70n567g?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1930-03-09
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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    Date: 1954-12-26
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • 79408746q?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1954-12-19
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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  • Hm50v3031?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1954-12-12
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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    Date: 1954-12-05
    Contributing Institution: Catholic Research Resources Alliance
    Description: La Esperanza was a national Catholic Spanish-language publication in Los Angeles, California. Sponsored by the Claretians, the weekly magazine began in 1929 and ended in 1955. The publication’s content focused on Catholic topics relevant to the United States Spanish-speaking population. Directed toward the Mexican community, the magazine printed many articles about the Church-State crisis as well as news from the homeland. This transnational viewpoint provides a unique perspective for the reader. This exceptional publication offers a great opportunity for scholars to uncover the Spanish-speaking communities’ activities during the first half of the twentieth century.
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