The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives preserves not only the institutional memory of the Catholic University of America but also the documentary heritage of the American Catholic people. In addition to University records, the archives houses the papers and organizational records of hundreds of historically significant Catholics and Catholic organizations, particularly those related to Catholic involvement in the history of American labor, as well as more than 5,000 museum objects. Archives staff are happy to assist researchers, students, faculty, and staff in locating the materials they need and assist them in managing their records.
Children of the Front
Images from the National Catholic Welfare Conference/United States Conference of Catholic Bishops records on activities conducted to assist children in Europe during the Second World War.Learn More
Wartime Religious Services
Images from the National Catholic Welfare Conference/United States Conference of Catholic Bishops records on religious activities conducted in Europe during the First World War.Learn More
American Catholics in the World War
The Archivist’s Nook: American Catholics and the First World War, a review of recently digitized materials related to Catholic activities during the war.Learn More