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This bibliography is an ongoing project.
In attempting to learn more about the history of the Catholic Church in Indiana, I chose, what I believed to be,
a number of prominent figures involved in that history and began a search of sources for any mention of these names
or places. This is the result of that search. I have listed my subjects here and click on the name or place and you will
be taken to that line in the bibliography. In addition, there is a companion Bibliography of Sources Consulted
which lists all of the articles and monographs that were searched. Finally, you may want to view this bibliography in PDF format
   


Key:


ACHR – American Catholic Historical Researches
Alerding – Herman J. Alerding
Bartelme – Elizabeth Bartelme (author)
Brown – Sister Mary Borromeo (author)
Catholic Encyclopedia – 1967 edition
Code – Rev. Joseph Code
ICHR – Illinois Catholic Historical Review
Ave Maria – University of Notre Dame
CBSJ – Central Blatt and Social Justice
CMissD – Catholic Mission Digest
OSV – Our Sunday Visitor
Cath Mind – Catholic Mind
RRel – Review for Religious
HospProg – Hospital Progress
GCL – Guide to Catholic Literature
Colburn Monthly – Colburn’s New Monthly, London
Historical Magazine – Dawson’s Magazine, Boston
M West History – Magazine of Western History

ACHS – American Catholic Historical Society
AmCQR – American Catholic Quarterly Review
Bayley – James Roosevelt Bayley (author)
Brute&#146 – Charles de Remur Brute&#146 (author)
CHR – Catholic Historical Review
USCHS – U.S. Catholic Historical Society
SLCHR – St. Louis Catholic Historical Review
MidAm – Mid-America Magazine (Loyola Univ.)
Historical Bulletin – St. Louis Univ. Jesuits
C&C – Cross and Crown
CLW – Catholic Library World
Cath Action – Catholic Action
Acta – Acta Apostolicae Sedis
ABR – American Benedictine Review
Cath World – Catholic World, New York
Potter Am Monthly – Potter’s Monthly, Philadelphia
M Am History – Magazine of American History

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Audran, Rev. Ernest (1823-1899)
   ACHS, Jeffersonville Indiana, On the Eudists at Vincennes and especially on Rev. M.E. Clarke, 10:154-155 note; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence, Vol-I; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church In Indiana 1789-1834; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; UCHS, 17:42,122; ACHS, Jeffersonville Indiana, On the Eudists at Vincennes and especially on Rev. M.E. Clarke, 10:154-155 note; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence, Vol-I; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church In Indiana 1789-1834; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; UCHS, 17:42,122;

Bacquelin, Rev. Vincent (d.1846)
   ACHR, (listed as Rev. M.), 7:100; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence Vol-I,;

Bazin, J. Stephen (1796-1848), Bishop of Vincennes, (1847-1848)
   ACHS, reported made Bishop of Vincennes, 7:334; Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence; Burton, Faith is the Substance; Catholic Encyclopedia, 2:184, and Sisters of Providence, 13:265, and the Vincennes Diocese, 7:464; CHR, sketch of, 2:287, bibliography of, 5:125; Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Guilday History of the Councils at Baltimore 1791-1884; Reuss, 12:126; Shea, Hierarchy of the United States, 386; Schroeder, The Catholic Church In the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826- 1850;

Benoit, Rev. Julian (1808-1885)
   Baltimore, Memorial Volume of the Third Plenary Council, 70; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence; ICHR, 7:309-22; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; Schroeder, The History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 13; USCHS, M17:76,77;

Bessonies, Rev. August (1815-1901)
   ACHS, mentioned in the war letters of Fr. Paul Cooney CSC, 44:53; Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; Baltimore, Memorial Volume of the Third Plenary Council, 70; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 14; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; USCHS, M17:77-79; Webb, Catholicity In Kentucky, 9;

Brute’, Simon Gabriel (1779-1839), First Bishop of Vincennes, (1834-1839)
   ACHR, Account of religion in US, 1837, 8:168-69; 8:153; 8:171; 12:59, 130, 152; 14:50-53, 156; 15:22, 30, 55, 59, 76, 87, 88, 96, 189; 22:396; 23:192-193, 277; papers of, 9:132; consecration of, 10:144; spiritual testament of, 14:101; notes from, 14:192; Sister Benedicta cure, 15:152; poor little negro, 15:189; confirmation visit to Daviess County Indiana in 1838, 15:87; death of, 15:57; account of his installation, 15:55; visitation to Chicago in 1838, 15:96; account of religion at Emmitsburg in 1823, 15:88; visitation in Indiana in 1836, 29:32; 11:125; theology professor at Mount St. Mary’s, 18:34; letter from John Hughes, 18:33; 7:35; from Rev. DuBourg in 1810, 12:128; 6:27, 29; Patrick (Philadelphia 1810), 13:188; ACHS, alluded to, 3:238; superior at Mount St. Mary’s, 5:443; and Gaston, 6:250; becomes bishop, 7:467, 470; vicar of New York on, 8:469; consecration of, 8:472; alluded to at Mount St. Mary’s, 11:438; correspondence with Matthew Carey, 12:98, 101; visit to Visitandines at Kaskaskia, 13:221; boyhood during the French Revolution, 13:325-332; enters priesthood and to America, 13:332-333; extracts from his diary, 13:326-332; and Francis Vezina, 18:294; suggested by DuBourg for new sees in 1822, 19:198; and John David, 19:413; John Hughes writes about Philadel phia, 20:363-364; reply to Hughes, 20:364; to Hughes concerning the 4th of July in 1832, 20:367-368; at Mount St. Mary’s in 1819, 22:240, 243; condemns St. Mary’s Philadelphia agreement of 1826, 28:168; Flaget receives letter from, 29:50, 53, 154; alluded to at Emmitsburg, 29:237, 30:354; and the Chicago mission, 30:359; alluded to as professor at Mount St. Mary’s, 31:185; mentioned by Bishop Kenrick of Baltimore, 32:114; on Samuel Sutherland Cooper, 33:312, 37:323; and St. Gabriel College Vincennes, 38:201; on the Catholic Church in the US 1784-1828, 56:267-268; personal papers lost, 72:5; Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; AmCQR, A Saintly American Bishop (1920); Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Wetern Adventure; Bayley, Memoirs of the Right Reverend Simon Brute; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Brute, Vie de Monseigneur Brute’ de Remur, Rennes et Paris (1887); Catholic Encyclopedia, 2:842, Sisters of Providence and, 13:265, and John Timon, 14:165, and Vincennes diocese, 7:463; CMissD, Portrait of a bishop (abridged Reed & Rock), 3:22-32 (1945); CHR, sketch, 2:287; papers of, 3:492-494, 4:129-130; Guilday bibliography, 5:127; Godecker biography, 17:489-490; report to Rome in 1836, 29:177- 233; Catholic church in northern Indiana 1830-1857, 25:143-144; and Gaston, 30:394-426; Review of LeMarie’ book, 62:490-493; Clarke, Simon Brute de Remur-St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol. 3 (1934), 126-133; Code, Letters of Mother Seton to Mrs Scott (1935); Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Commonweal, Mr Brute becomes a bishop, 36:224-226 (1942), review of the ‘Reed and the Rock’, 36:401-402 (1942); C&C, review of reprint of Bayley biography, 24:211 (1972); Dirvin, Mrs. Seton; Dunne, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan; Easterly, The Life of Bishop Rosati; Eaton, US Catholic Historian, Vol-2, Nos. 2-4; Eaton, American Necrology of the Society of St. Sulpice, 15-16; Emmanuel, 69:116- 122 (1963); Extension, Fr. Gibault hero of Vincennes, 28:4; Fortnightly Review, review of Godecker book, 38:269-270; Garraghan, Chapters in Frontier History; Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, I:196, 380, desires Jesuit coadjutor, II:118-119, offers property to Jesuits, III:112-113; Godecker, Simon Brute’ de Remur; Godecker, Rt. Rev. Simon Brute-Part II- Priestly Career in Maryland 1810-1834; GCL, mention of Godecker book; Guilday, A History of the Councils of Baltimore 1791-1884; Guilday, John Gilmary Shea Father of American Catholic History (1926); Guilday, The Life and Times of John England; Guilday, The Life and Times of John Carroll (1922); Guilday, The National Pastorals of the American Hierarchy, 119; Historical Bulletin, Vincennes 1834-1934, 12:63-65; Hughes, The Influence of the Catholic Church on Illinois, 27; Kelly, Numerous Choirs; Kleber, History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854- 1954, 22-23, 27-28; Lamennais, Lettres inedites de J.M. & F. De LaMennais, addressees a Mgr Brute De Rennes; LeMarie, Monseigneur Brute de Remur; Maynard, The Reed and the Rock; Maynard, The Story of American Catholicism; McAvoy, The Catholic Church In Indiana 1789-1834; McCaffrey, Discourse on in 1858, 163-233; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; McSweeney, The Story of the Mountain; Melville, Elizabeth Bayley Seton; Melville, Jean Lefebvre de Cheverus 1768-1836 (1958); Melville, John Carroll of Baltimore, 133-134, 242; MidAm, Bishop Brute of Vincennes, 4:151-165, letters of John Grassi to, 4:245-265, correspondence on Indian removal 1835- 1838, 4:177-192 (1933); O’Grady, Catholic Charities in the United States; OSV, Child of Two Revolutions, 65:16 (1976); Regis, The Catholic Bookman’s Guide; Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 18; Ruane, The Beginnings of the Society of St. Sulpice in the United States 1791- 1829; St. Mary’s, Seminary of St. Sulpice Centenary Memorial Volume; Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes, 1847-1877; Schulte. The Catholic Heritage of St. Louis; Seton, Memoirs, Letters, and Journal of Elizabeth Seton (2 vols.); Shanabruch, Chicago’s Catholics, 5-6; Shaw, Dagger John; Shaw, John Dubois: Founding Father; Shea, Hierarchy of the United States, 383-384; Shea, History of the Catholic Church 1808-1843 (vol. 3); Shea, The Life and Times of John Carroll, 398; SLCHR, and the mission at Chicago, 1:201-214 (1919); CBSJ, Indiana 1834-1840, 53:165-167, 200-203, 236-240, 272-275 (1960); Spalding, Life of Bishop Flaget; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; Trisco (ed.), Catholics In America, 35; USCHS, 2:(pt.1)60, 7:19, 9:136, 10:15, 31:27, 77, 47:138, M2:221, 279-280, 358fn, M8:xxvi, M9:44, 47, 80, 89, 123, 162, 163-167, 170, 178, 193, 199, 208, 209, 213, M13:129, M15:116, M17:63, 69, 83, 97fn, 98fn, Badin and, 9:38, Bayley on and Cardinal McCloseky, 1:49, Benoit and, M17:76, 77, bibographical data, 8:60-61, 10:56-64, 47:216fn, Cheverus and, 45:25, 26, 29, Joseph Cloriviere and 8:206, 208, consecration as Bishop of Vincennes, M13:169, 171, Dubois and, 5:217, Mme. Dubois and, 1:279, Joseph Fesch, Cardinal McCloskey and, 2:274-276, Flaget and, 8:61, funeral oration by John McCaffrey, 9:68, William Gaston and, 32:83-86, John Grassi and, 47:216, Pope Gregory XVI and, 2:274, 276, 277, Holy Cross congregation and, 11:21, interest in Jasper Indiana, M17:65-67, Leopoldine Foundation and, M13:156, 159, 171-175, 180, 186, John McCloskey and, 1:48-49, 2:(pt.2)274-276, 277, 279, 280, 281, memoirs of, 5:552, Mount St. Mary’s and 1:294, 295, 297, 298, 301, 7:85, 8:60-62, 68, 78, 79, Notre Dame and, 11:18, 21, 29, Oblate Sisters of Providence and, 9:92, on Father Farmer, 6:(pt.2)243, on priesthood, 1:60-61, on Ursulines, 31:42, Benjamin Petit and, 11:18, papers of, 17:40-42, 143, 147-148, Piquet settlement and, M17:94, 95, 97, J. Power and, 2:279, publication proposed by, 32:44, Elizabeth Ann Seton and, 9:85, Sisters of Charity and, 1:301, successor of Vincennes, 32:44, Vincennes paintings of, 2:275-276, 280-281, writings of, 25:14; Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 174, 210; White, The Life of Mrs Eliza A. Seton; Woodstock, Nicholas Petit as Coadjutor, 31:39-44 (1902);

Chartrand, Joseph, Bishop of Indianapolis 1918-1933 (1870-1933)
   America, Obituary of, 50:267 (1933); Ave Maria, Obituary of, 39:22 (1934); Cath Action, Obituary of, 16:17 (1934); Cath Mind, Agriculture and Catholic Principles, 31:252-260 (1933); CHR, sketch of, 2:287; Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Columbia, Portrait of, 11:12 (1931); Extension, Portrait of, 25:45, 97 (1930), 46:15 (1952); Far East, Portrait of, 14:11 (1931); Kleber, History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Langen, Joseph Chartrand-St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 3:153-164 (1934); Tablet, Obituary of, 162:860 (1933); USCHS, Notre Dame Diamond Jubilee, 11:16;

Chasse, John B. (1816-1879)

   ACHR, 7:101; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; USCHS, M17:100-101;

Chatard, Francis Silas, Bishop of Indianapolis 1878-1918, (1834-1918)
   ACHS, mentioned by Bishop Kenrick, 51:234, mentioned as rector of North American College, 55:312; Ahern, The Life of John Keane; Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; Baltimore, Memorial Volume of the Third Plenary Council, 70, 90, 255-267; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, 3:519, Sisters of Providence and, 13:265, and Vincennes diocese, 7:464; CHR, sketch of, 2:287, Guilday bibliography of, 5:292, mentioned of in Catholic Education in the 3rd Plenary Council of Baltimore, 34:257ff; Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Curran, Michael Augustine Corrigan and the Shaping of Conservative Catholicism 1878-1902, Apostolic Delegate, 367, Instruction of 1878, 13n, 15, McGlynn, 185-186, 205, 250, 269, school question, 354n; Ellis, The Life of James Cardinal Gibbons; and the AOH, 1:453, and the Knights of Labor, 1:453, on labor unions, 1:215, 448, mentioned for the see of Richmond, 1:160, 169, at the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, 1:260n, unfounded rumors in the McGlynn case, 1:566; Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, III:503 (cf. Henry Chatard II,136); GCL, articles by, 209; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McSorley, Father Hecker and his friends, 209; McSweeney, The Story of the Mountain; Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 22-23; Shanabruch, Chicago Catholics, and the AOH, 83, 85; Shea, Hierarchy of the United States, 388; Spalding, The Life of Archbishop Spalding, 430; Strange, Francis Silas Chatard-St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 3:153-163 (1934); USCHS, 6:(pt.1)188-189, 43:18, 50:135fn, M22:104, 108- 110, 112, 141, 142, 145, 146, 152, 174, M24:82; Zwierlein, Letters of Archbishop Corrigan to Bishop McQuaid;

Deydier, Anthony (d. 1864)
   ABR, and Roman Weinzoepfel, 11:155-160 (1960); Brown, History of the Sisters of St. Mary of the Woods, 341, 420, 475, et al; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters-Vol. I, 247; Ruane, The Beginnings of the Society of St. Sulpice in the United States 1791-1829, 65; St. Mary, Seminary of Saint Sulpice Memorial Volume 50; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shaw, John Dubois, Founding Father, 77; USCHS, 12:105; Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 210;

DuPontavice, Hippolyte (d.1874)
   ACHR, 7:103 (at Chicago, 1843); Brown, History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Enyclopedia, and the Joliet Illinois area, 7:1092; Dunne, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan, 15; Hughes, The Influence of the Catholic Church on Illinois, 27; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877;

Ferneding, Joseph (d.1872)
   Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; CBSJ, Mitteilungen Zurn Leben Des Pioneer Priesters, 13:344 (1921); McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789- 1834; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters- Volume I, 84; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; MidAm, Two Pioneer Indiana Priests, 1:63-81 (1929); Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 515;

Gueguen, John (d.1893)
   ACHR, (spelled Guignen), Indianapolis 1848, 7:100; Brown, A History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Dunne, Souvenir of Archishop Feehan, 15; Logan, A History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877;

Guerin, Mother Theodore SP, (1798-1856)
   ACHS, 20:107; Acta, Causa beatificationis et canonizationis etc., 48:586-589; America, 57:239, June 12, 1937; Brown, History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Ave Maria, Review of Journals and Letters, 45:731 (1937), Pattern of a Life, 52:463- 467 (1940); Burton, Faith is the Substance; Catholic Encyclopedia, 6:832, portrait of, 13:265, and St. Mary of the Woods, 12:918, and the Sisters of Providence, 13:264; Extension, One Hundred Years of Providence, 35:5-6 (1940); Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, II:50; GCL, articles about, 480; Sr Joseph Eleanor, Call To Courage (1968); Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954, 28, 62; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods-Vol. 2; MidAm, 8:222, July 1937; Mug, Life and Work of Mother Theodore (1904), Journals and Letters of Mother Theodore (1937); RRel, Mother Theodore Guerin, 15:189-201 (1956); Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Sign, Review of Journals and Letters, 17:123-124 (1937); USCHS, 3(pt.2):447, 31:7, M17:71, M20:36;

Hailandiere, Celestine de la, Bishop of Vincennes 1839-1847, (1798-1882)
   ACHR, 14:138, 15:110; ACHS, resigns from Vincennes, 7:334, alluded to, 7:342, 359, 365, 366, and the Eudists at Vincennes, 10:154, letter from M.A. Frenaye, 30:353-354, writes to James Edwards and mentions fate of Brute papers, 72:5; Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Brown, A History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Burton, Faith is the Substance; Catholic Encyclopedia, and Edward Sorin, 13:441, and the Sisters of Providence, 13:265; CHR, 25:144, sketch of, 2:287, Guilday bibliography, 6:128; Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, III:113, 115; Guilday, A History of the Councils at Baltimore 1791- 1884; Guilday, The National Pastorals of the American Hierarchy, 149, 160, 169; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume- 2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters-Volume I, 245, 266, 272, Volume-II, 5; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; Maloney, Celestine de la Hailandiere-St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 3:132-143 (1934); Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 51; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shanabruch, Chicago’s Catholics, 6; Shea, Hierarchy of the United States, 385; Shea, History of the Catholic Church-Volume 3; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; USCHS, 11:22, 17:41, 28:17, 32:44, M17:69, 73, 77, 83, 94-95, 98, 99, 135, 136fn, Sisters of Providence and, 3(pt.2):447;

Indiana:
   ACHR, 6:95, 7:100, Fr. Badin applies to legislature for orphan asylum, 25:26, and Fr. Shawe, 14:57, first Christian worship in, 11:192, first priest of, 25:394, and Indianapolis, 8:192, letter of missionary, 9:192, and Madison, 14:57, mission of, 11:113, school book in 1843, 27:253, State of, 3:50, visitation of Brute in 1836, 29:32; ACHS, readings in Indiana history noted, 25:373-375, Catholic periodicals in the state, 4:224, 19:19, 30, no priest in 1815, 27:131, included in the Bardstown diocese, 29:37, St. Meinrad-Martin Marty and, vol.49, the Catholic Church in the US 1784-1828, vol.56, the Catholic Church in the US 1852-1868, vol.59 (cf. pp 91-100), Indiana historiography and the founding of Vincennes, 60:41-52 (1949); the old French frontier in the Great Lakes region, 65:230-239; Ave Maria, Indiana becomes a metropolitan see, 60:370 (1944) Brown, History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, 7:461ff; CBSJ, Memorial to lay pioneers in Fort Wayne, 24:288 (1931); CHR, Catholic Church in 1815, 1:308, Esaray history, 4:272, early extant records, 19:31, Catholic church in northern Indiana, 25:135-145, notice of publication of Doyle book, 63:494; Columbia, Vincennes-Cradle of a Nation, 10:14-15 (1931); Doyle, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1686-1814 (1976); GCL, mention of Alerding, Godecker, McNamara, Kleber (St. Joseph, Jasper), Pagani, and Wilken (Holy Family Oldenburg), (cf. Catholic Church in US-Indiana); Guilday, The Life and Times of John England 1786-1842; Historical Bulletin, Catholic Education in Indiana, (McAvoy), 23:55-61 (1946); Kleber, History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Ligourian, The Strange Case of Fr. Weinzaepfel, 42:93-98 (1954); Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods Volume-II 1856-1894; Melville, John Carroll of Baltimore, 236-237, 240, 310n.30; MidAm, Correspondence concerning Indian Removal 1835- 1838, 4:177-192 (1933); McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters-Volume I, 64, 137; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789- 1844; Mindrup, Catholicism in Indiana before 1834-St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 3:102-111 (1934); Pagani, 200 Years of Catholicism in Indiana (1934); Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness, 130, 183; Schuckman, The place of the Catholic Church in the development of early Indiana (1952); Schuthuis, Pioneer Bishops of Indiana (1950); Shea, Early Catholicity in Indiana-Ave Maria, 18:301-304 (1882); Shea, History of the Catholic Church (4 vols.); Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; USCHS, Catholic immigrant colonization projects and, M17:64-84, 270, 271, 272, early church history, 33:37, Mudd family members in World-War I, service from, 25:37;

         (Also see entries under "Vincennes")

Indianapolis – (City and Diocese of):
   ACHR, 8:192, 15:56; CHR, diocesan episcopal succession, 2:287, bibliography, 4:272, museum at, 19:363; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, 7:463, and Chatard’s episcopate, 3:519, Illustration (text), 7:465, Map, 7:462, 466; Columbia, 19:3-4 (1940), Convention held at, 57:6-13 (1977); Commonweal, In Old Vincennes, 20:74 (1934) Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, invited to Indianapolis, III:115, 503; Haas, Geschichte der Herz Jesu Gemeinde in Indianapolis 1875- 1900; HospProg, 120 Years of Service at St. Vincent’s, 32:52A (1951); Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; Pfau, History of Secondary Education in the Diocese of Indianapolis (1934); Richard, Souvenir of the Golden Jubilee of Sacred Heart Parish (1925); Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Spalding, The Life of Archbishop Spalding, 252; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826- 1850; USCHS, 9:138;

Kundek, Joseph (1810-1857):
   ABR, 11:159-160fn (1960); ACHS, Pastor of Jasper Indiana founds a new town that thrives 1839-1840, 20:97- 98, reports on Jasper parish 1840, 20:107, secures Benedictines from Einsiedeln, 49:215; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Advenure; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, and the Indiana missions, 4:467, and St. Meinrad, 12:924; CBSJ, Indiana 1834-1840, 53:274 et al; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods-Volume II 1856- 1894; McAndrews, Father Joseph Kundek 1810-1857, A Missionary Priest of the Diocese of Vincennes (1955); MidAm, Two Pioneer Indiana Priests, 1:63-81 (1929); Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; USCHS, (spelled Kundeck), M11:184, M17;2, 4 , 66-75, 97, 146;

Lalumiere, Simon Petit (1804-1857):
   ACHR, Washington Indiana 1841, 7:100, 12:30, 15:55-56, sent to purchase lots, 27:255; ACHS, Washington Indiana, letters from M.A. Frenaye, 14:85, 86; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, and the Vincennes diocese, 7:464; Dunne, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan, 5, 6, 13; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954, 22; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods, Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indian Frontier 1789- 1844; MidAm, Correspondence on Indian Removal 1835- 1838, 4:177-192 (1933); Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness, 285; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shea, History of the Catholic Church (vol.3), 641-648; USCHS, 10:60, M9:200, M17:63, 193; Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 349;

Petit, Benjamin Marie (d. 1839):
   Ave Maria, Apostle of the Pottawattomies, 44:545-549 (1936), review of the Trail of Death, 54:539 (1941); Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Bollig, Catholic Education in Kansas 1836-1932, 12; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, and American Indian Missions, 1:403; CHR, 25:20-21, 142, review of the Trail of Death, 27:526 (1942); McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, II:180 et seq. death of, 187- 188, unfounded charges against, 196-199; McKee, The Trail of Death, Letters of Benjamin Marie Petit, (1941); McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; Maynard, The Story of American Catholicism; Mid Am, Correspondence on Indian Removal 1835-1838, 4:177-192 (1933), review of the Trail of Death, 24:145 (1942); Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shea, Catholic Missions Among Indian Tribes of the U.S., 397-398; Shea, History of the Catholic Church (vol. 3), 654, 694; USCHS, 11:17, 18-20;

Petit, Louis Nicholas S.J.:
   ACHR, Master of Ceremonies at Brute Consecration, 15:55; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Dunne, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan, 5; Garraghan, The Jesuits of the Middle United States, II:118-119, 220n, III:255, 294; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 349; Woodstock, Father Nicholas Petit and the Cadjutorship of the Diocese of Vincennes, 31:39-44 (1902);


Picot, Charles Laurence:
   ACHR, Pastor at Vincennes, Imprisoned for debt in 1833, 15:16, 26:254; Brown, A History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954, 22; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; USCHS, M9:200; Webb, Catholicity in Kentucky, 349;

St. Palais, Maurice de, Bishop of Vincennes 1848-1877, (1811-1877):
   ACHR, 7:100, 27:255; ACHS, visit to ruins of Kaskaskia, 13:224, ordered destruction of Vincennes diocesan documents, 21:103, at First Plenary Council of Baltimore, 39:328, mention of request for Benedictines of Einsiedeln, 49:215, the Catholic Church in the US 1852-1868, 59:96-97, Alerding, History of the Diocese of Vincennes; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, and the Vincennes diocese, 7:464; CHR, sketch, 2:287, 25:144, as investigator in Bp. McCloskey affair, 50:570; Code, Dictionary of the American Hierarchy; Dunne, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan, 15; Garraghan, The Jesuits in the Middle United States, II:37, III,410; Guilday, The National Pastorals of the American Hierarchy, 180, 225; Hughes, The Influence of the Catholic Church on Illinois, 27; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Logan, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods Volume-2; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters, Volume-II, 153, 178; Nolan, Maurice de St. Palais, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 3:144-152 (1934); Reuss, Biographical Cyclopedia, 102; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shanabruch, Chicago’s Catholics, 5, 7; Shaw, Dagger John, 2; Shea, Hierarchy of the United States, 387; Sweeney, Bishop Maurice de St. Palais at the Vatican Council, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, 12:9-19 (1961); Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; USCHS, 17:32, 42, 24:294, M17:64fn, 65, 67, 75, 83, 98, Vatican Council-I and, 28:15, 27, 46, 50:34;

Shawe, Michael Edgar Evelyn (1792-1853):
   ACHR, 15:83, 87, 122, 19:163, death of, 14, 61; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Shea, History of the Catholic Church (vol. 3), 646;

Vincennes Indiana:
   ACHR, 6:42, 95, 136, 20:111, 23:345, 26:254, bishop of- spiritual testament of Brute, 15:57, diocese of, 18:13, 135, Catholic cathedral, 9:192, letter of Bishop Carroll to Catholics of in 1806, 14:111, Flaget on the dissensions at, 11:134, 1788-The Inhabitants pass for the Idlest in all America, 28:58, the oath of, 28:394, pastoral of, 10:144, Picot imprisoned at, for debt in 1833, 15:16, Post of, 28:398; ACHS, Hailandiere wishes to resign, 7:328, 332, resignation of Hailandiere, 7:334, erection of see at, 7:467, 470, vacant by resignation, 8:502, Hailandiere alluded to, 8:503, records of St. Francis Xavier parish 1749-1773, 12:41- 60, 193-211, 322-336, George Rogers Clark’s success due to French at, 12:453, origin and fate of founder-Sieur de Vincennes, 12:460, Fr. Meurin at and character of in 1768, 12:473-474, visited by Gibault and Meurin, 12:474- 475, Gibault’s role in winning over to the American side, 12:485-486, lost and recovered by Clark, 12:486- 487, later visits of Gibault to, 12:487-488, Gibault takes up residence at, 12:490, Gibault leaves for Cahokia, 12:491, description at the close of the 18th century, 12:493-494, and Brute, 13:333, Fr. Blanc at, 14:205-206, Gibault and ecclesiastical property at, 18:162, 163, new priest at, 18:168-170, Sisters of Providence arrive in 1840, 20:107, German Catholic parish of in 1840, 20:109, school system of diocese of, 20:115, Bishop Briand’s promise to send Gibault to in 1769, 20:408, 410-414, 416-418, Fr. Gibault at in 1786, 20:426-429, a priest for in 1788, 20:430, the Catholic Church in the US 1784-1828, 56:245ff, the Catholic Church in the US 1852-1868, 59:91-100 et al, Indiana Historiography and the Founding of Vincennes, 60:41-52; Alerding, History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, 14:678, diocese of, 1:287, illustration, 14:678; CLW, Library at St. Francis Xavier Church, 21:117 (1950); CHR, Flaget visit to, 1:317, episcopal succession, 2:287, Chickesaw raid, 2:400, earliest history of, 15:359-362, Brute’s report to Rome in 1836, 29:177-233, correspondence of an 18th century bishop with his missionaries 1767-1778, 27:186-209, trusteeism 1800-1850, 30:155-164, notice of publication of Doyle book, 63:494; Columbia, Cradle of a Nation, 10:14-15 (1931); Commonweal, Conquest of Vincennes, 24:95-98 (1936); Donnelly, Pierre Gibault-Missionary; Doyle, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1686-1814; Dunn, Souvenir of Archbishop Feehan; Easterly, The Life of Joseph Rosati; Garraghan, Chapters in Frontier History; Garraghan, The Jesuits in the Middle United States, I:7; Gorman, Indiana Historiography and the Founding of Vincennes (see ACHS 60:41-52); Guilday, The Life and Times of John Carroll (1922); Historical Bulletin, Vincennes, 1834-1934, 12:63-65 (1934); Kelly, Numerous Choirs, Volume-I The Seton Years; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; McAvoy, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1789-1834; McCann, The History of Mother Seton’s Daughters, Vols. 1&2; McNamara, The Catholic Church on the Northern Indiana Frontier 1789-1844; Maynard, The Story of American Catholicism; Melville, John Carroll of Baltimore, languishes, 236, Flaget’s visit to, 237, Rivet there, 310n.30; MidAm, Old Vincennes, 2:324-340 (1931), Abbe’ Rivet at Vincennes 1795-1804, 29:24-33 (1947); Shea, History of the Catholic Church (vols. 1,3); Schauinger, Cathedrals in the Wilderness; Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shanabruch, Chicago’s Catholics, 5-7; Shea, The Life and Times of John Carroll (1888), 115, 117, 127-128, 132, 186-190, 466, 469-471, 484, 530; Trisco, The Holy See and the Nascent Church in the Middle Western United States 1826-1850; USCHS, 34:51, 35:116, 125, 131, 134, 136-139, M9:15, 22, 105, 128, 162-170, American Revolution and, 35:120-122, 136, 137, Simon Brute and, 10:58-64, George Rogers Clark and 6(pt.2):136, diocese of, M13:171-175, 186, creation of the diocese, 33:37, 35:126, M17:63, first resident priest at, 35:116, Benedict Flaget and, 35:138-140, Pierre Gibault and, 6(pt.2):132-133, 136, 35:118, Oath of (1778), 4(pt.2):151, retaken by the English, 6(pt.2):138, St. Francis Xavier church at, 35:117, Edward Sorin and, 11:23, University of, 35:98, Vincennes Emigrant Society, M17:6, 105; Walker, The Catholic Church in the Meeting of the Two Frontiers;
         (also see under Indiana)

Vincennes, Sieur de:
   CHR, in Indiana, 15:362; Bartelme, Simon Brute and the Western Adventure; Doyle, The Catholic Church in Indiana 1686-1814; Garraghan, Chapters in Frontier History, 6-7, 9-10; Trisco, Catholics In America, 9; USCHS, M13:172; Walker, The Catholic Church in the Meeting of Two Frontiers;

Weinzapfel, Roman OSB (1813-1895):
   ABR, The Schwenninger Memorial, 11:155-160 (1960); Alerding, History of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes; Brown, The History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary of the Woods; Catholic Encyclopedia, and the effects of nativism, 7:464; Kleber, The History of St. Meinrad Archabbey 1854-1954; Ligourian, The Strange Case of Fr. Weinzaepfel, 42:93-98 (1954); Schroeder, The Catholic Church in the Diocese of Vincennes 1847-1877; Shea, History of the Catholic Church (vol.3), 654;


        BIBLIOGRAPHY ADDENDUM

Audran, Rev. Ernest (1823-1899):
   Rudolph, Endelman, Religion In Indiana-A Guide to Historical Resources, 172;

Bazin, Stephen, Bishop of Vincennes 1848-1848:
   Maloney, John Stephen Bazin – St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol-3, No-4 (1937), 141-43; Rudolph, Endelman, 136; Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, Badin attends consecration of, 279; Schultheis Pioneer Bishops of Indiana, (1950);

Benoit, Julian:
   Fort Wayne, Biographical sketch by a clergyman of the episcopal household, (1885);

Brute`, Simon Gabriel, Bishop of Vincennes 1834-1839:
   Ave Maria, "Letters from Bishop David", Volume 5, Numbers 34,35, August 21, 28, 1869; Bros. of Holy Cross, Story of St. Francis Xavier Cathedral (n.d.); Cadden, Historiography of the American Church, 55; Cath World, Review of Bayley book by R. McSperry, 17:711 (1873); Celeste, Elizabeth Ann Seton, A Self Portrait, 183, 189-92, 199, 251; Ellis, Priests in U.S., 9, 16ff, 301; Daughters of Charity, Remembrances of Mother Seton; Garraghan, The Catholic Church In Chicago (1921); ICHR, Beginnings of the Church in Indiana, Vol-4, No-1 (1921), 107-112; Kelly, Elizabeth Seton, Selected Writings; McDonald, 54, 217, 226, 338; Melville, Louis William DuuBourg, Volume I & II; Nakhleh, Emmitsburg: History and Society; St. Mary of the Woods, Brute’s connection to the community (1886); Rudolph-Endelman, Religion In Indiana, 133, 136, 172, 174; Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, 4, 194, 276, consecrated, 250, first bishop, 254, in France, 198; Smith, Brute` Angel Guardian of the Mountain;

Chartrand, Joseph, Bishop of Indianapolis 1918-1933 (1870-1933):
   Divita, Remembering Bishop Chartrand (1983); McNicholas, Funeral Sermon for Bp. Chartrand, St. Meinrad Hist. Essays, Vol-3, No-1, Jan. 1934, 7-14; Rudolph-Endelman, Religion In Indiana, 136;

Chatard, Francis Silas, Bishop of Vincennes and Indianapolis 1878-1918:
   AmCQR, Roman Catholics and the Public Schools, 15:566 (1890); Ellis, Priests in the U.S., 48, 205, 239, 247f; Fogarty, The Vatican and the Americanist Crisis, 191, Bishop of Vincennes, 31, 41, Rector of the North American College, 15, 18, 30, secret societies, 41, 155, 158; Fogarty, The Vatican and the American Hierarchy, Bishop of Vincennes, 20-21, 25, 32, 94, 130, Rector of the North American College, 3-7, 9, 20; Kleber, Dakota Document-Letters to Bp. Marty, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol-10, No-1, May 1952, 6-25; Roddy, Development of the Catholic church in the Diocese of Vincennes, (1954); Rudolph-Endelman, Religion In Indiana, 133, 136, 172;

Gueguen, Rev. John:
   McDonald, (spelled Guiguen), 54, 154, 155, 211, 226, 338

Gueguen, Louis (b: 1834):
   Rudolph-Endelman, 174;

Guerin, Mother Theodore (1798-1856):
   Bailly, Life of Mother Theodore (1873); Code, Great American Foundresses, (1929), 292-325; Gouin, Historie de la Congregation des Soeurs de la Providence, (1972, 1977, 1981)[three histories of SP’s with mentions of M. Theodore]; Sister of Providence, Life & Life Work of Mother Theodore (1904); Sr. Joseph Eleanor, The quest corageous (1945) [juvenile history]; Sr. Mary Loretta, The Soldier’s Daughter, A play in five acts, [depicts life of Mother Theodore] (1940); Memorial to Mother Theodore, (1941); Memorial To Mother Theodore, Guide to the twelve dioramas, (1941); Mug, Glimpses of Mother Theodore (n.d.), Madre Teodora Guerin, (1955); Positions & Articles, for canonization, (n.d.); Rudolph-Endelman Religion In Indiana, (1986), 179; Servante de Dieu, Mere’ Theodroe Guerin, (1925);

Hailandiere, Celestine de la, Bishop of Vincennes 1839-1848:
   Cadden, Historiography of the American Church, 67; Ellis, Priests in the U.S., 400f; Hennessey, First Vatican Council, 25, 124; Kraka, 2nd Bishop of Vincennes, St. Meinrad Hist. Essays, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1934), 134-140; McSweeney, Story of the Mountain-Vol. 1, 384; Rudolph-Endelman, Religion In Indiana, 133, 136, 172; Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, 276; Schultheis, Pioneer Bishops of Indiana, (1950);

Indiana:
   America, Indiana and the Klan, Volume 37 (1927), 389, 558; Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, Badin in Indiana, 134ff (1836), 265, Badin’s work in, 253ff, cholera in (1832-33), 249, creation of the see of Vincennes, 254, first orphan asylum, 241ff, Potawatomies expelled from (1838), 244ff;

Kundek, Joseph (1810-1857):
   Kundek, Letters to the Leopoldine Association, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol. 3, No. 2-Vol. 5, No. 2, May 1935-May 1939;

Lalumiere, Simon Petit (1804-1857):
   Casey, First Priest of Bishop Brute, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol. 3, No. 2, May 1934, 118-121; Rudolph-Endelman, Religion in Indiana, 133, 179;

Petit, Benjamin Marie (1811-1839):
   Ave Maria, Missionaries of Indiana, Vol. 1, No. 30, 9 December 1865, 474-75; Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, 233, work for Indians, 245f; Wicke, Benjamin Mary Petit, Catholic Historical Society of Indiana, 2 December 1927, 5-10;

St. Palais, Maurice de, (1811-1877) Bishop of Vincennes 1848-1878:
   Azais, Notice biographique sur Mgr. Maurice de St. Palais etc. (1880); Endelman-Rudolph, Religion In Indiana, 136; Hennesey, First Vatican Council, 38, 95, 106, 155, 159, 169, 230, 274, 282; McDonald, 54, 226; Schultheis Pioneer Bishops of Indiana, (1950); Thompson, The Illinois Part of the Diocese of Vincennes, Illinois Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 4, No. 3, January 1922, 255-264, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1922, 381- 396;

Vincennes, Indiana:
   Colburn Monthly, A Walk To, 6:416 (1822); Endelman- Rudolph, Religion In Indiana, 231; Ecclesiastical Review, John Francis Rivet, Volume 35, July 1906, 33-51, 113-123; Fogarty, The Vatican and the Americanist Crisis, 31, 41; Historical Magazine, Founder of, 4:355 (1860); M. Am. History, Founding of Post, 22:143 (1889); M. West History, Old Town of, 12:236, 578 (1890); Potters Am. Monthly, A Century Ago, 12:161, 289 (1879); Schauinger, Stephen T. Badin, Badin at Bazin consecration, 279, and Flaget at (1818), 168, Badin’s remaining year in, 275, Badin visits (1810), 157, diocese of created, 254, (1806-1808), 134ff, problem of church property, 73, problems at, 137f; Thompson, The Illinois Part of the Diocese of Vincennes, Illinois Catholic Historical Review, Vol. 4, No. 3, January 1922, 255-264, Vol. 4, No. 4, April 1922, 381-396;

Weinzaepfel, Roman OSB (1813-1895):
   Drapier, Report of the trial of Fr. Weinzaepfel, (1844); Rudolf-Endelman, Report of the Trial, n.p., 1844; Saum, St. Meinrad Historical Essays, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 1928, p. 38-47; Schmoll, The Exposure Exposed, Evansville Journal, (1846); Timmermeyer, The Rev. Roman Weinzaepfel, Washington, 1947;

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