Trauma of Communism
The volume includes the papers presented at “The Trauma of Communism” conference organized by the Catholic University Partnership (CUP) in June 2021. The conference was held as a part of the CUP international research project “Faith and Freedom” initiated in 2019 by the Institute of Church History, International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues, Faculty of Social Sciences of the Ukrainian
Catholic University and the Nanovic Institute for European Studies, University of Notre Dame.
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The Trauma of Communism / ed. by Clemens Sedmak, A. James McAdams.
Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University Press 2022. – 300 p.
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The Trauma of Communism Past and Present: An Introduction
The Reincarnation of Forgotten Communist Crimes
A Personal Reflection
The Trauma of Communism:
Missing People and the Silence Imposed by the Regime
The Croatian Trauma of Communism: An Example of the Struggle to Maintain National Identity
Proto-Feminists Despite Themselves: Women and the Catholic Church in Croatia in the Aftermath of the Second Vatican Council
Church Sovietization and Its Outcomes
Seminary for Priests in the Internment Camp
of Kistarcsa (1949–1950)
Communism and the Church: Personal Recollections
The Light-Life Movement in Poland Under the Communists
Scouting in Poland during the Communist Period
Do Not Judge, Beware
A Broken Political Prisoner – a Slovak Story
To Heal Evil with Love
The Trauma of “Homo Sovieticus”
A Pilgrimage to Freedom
A. James McAdams