Catholic Archives of Texas
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The 19th Century research collection contains photostatic copies of correspondence created while structuring the Catholic Church in Texas and the establishment of the Diocese of Galveston.
The Bishops of Texas collection is comprised of photographs, newspaper clippings, pastoral letters, correspondence, and ephemera of several Catholic bishops collected by the Catholic Archives of Texas.
The Texas Diocese collection consists of ephemera, newspaper clippings, publications, and written works from Catholic dioceses in Texas collected by the Catholic Archives of Texas.
The Catholic Institutions collection consists of newspaper clippings, publications, correspondence, and other materials relating to Catholic institutions in Texas.
The Catholic Newspapers and Periodicals collection contains newspapers from the 15 (arch)dioceses in Texas.
The Men and Women Religious collection contains promotional materials, newspaper clippings, histories, and correspondence of religious orders in Texas.
The Mexican Religious Question collection includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, and manuscript drafts regarding the temporary establishment of a seminary for Mexican Catholic exiles during the Cristero War.
Publications, photographs, and site reports of Franciscan missions in Texas and Louisiana comprise the Spanish Missions collection.
An artificial collection of Catholic diocesan newspaper clippings and publications about the 1966 Starr County Farmworkers Strike and march to the state capitol.
Publications, photographs, and site reports of Franciscan missions in Texas and Louisana comprise the Spanish Missions collection. Items in this collection were collected by Catholic Archives of Texas archivists, historians, historical groups, and the National Parks Service.
- Collection 10
- Archival Object 1
- Austin (Tex.) 1
- Brothers (Religious) 1
- Castroville (Tex.) 1
- Catholic Church -- Mexico. 1
- Catholic Church--Missions. 1
- Catholic Church--Texas--History--19th century. 1
- Catholic Church--Texas--History. 1
- Catholic women. 1
- Charity organization. 1
- Fraternal organizations -- United States 1
- Galveston (Tex.) 1
- Mexican Revolution, Mexico, 1910-1920. 1
- Migrant agricultural laborers. 1
- Montezuma Seminary (Las Vegas, N.M.) 1
- Nuns 1
- Priests 1
- Profession (in religious orders, congregations, etc.) 1
- Religious newspapers and periodicals. 1
- Religious organizations. 1
- Starr County (Tex.) 1 + ∧ less