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This small collection of ephemera contains materials dating from 1933 to 1937. The collection comprises booklets, pamphlets, and leaflets that document liberal Catholic ideology. It includes material relating to social justice and Catholic social teaching.
The Mount Carmel Guild of Newark was established in 1929 by Bishop Thomas J. Walsh as an organization that provided mental, spiritual and physical relief to individuals receiving public assistance. The Mount Carmel Guild of the Archdiocese of Newark records include correspondence, newsletters, newsclippings, bills, and scrapbooks describing the activities of the guild.
Mary Theresa (King) Smith was a prominent figure in Catholic and volunteer works in New Jersey throughout the mid 1900's. The Mary Smith papers relate to her work within several different Catholic and volunteer organizations, including the Mount Carmel Guild and the National Council of Catholic Women, and spans the years between 1933 and 1970.