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Religion and Community in the New Urban America$
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Paul D. Numrich and Elfriede Wedam

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199386840

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199386840.001.0001

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Neighborhood Parishes and Churches in a Restructuring City

Neighborhood Parishes and Churches in a Restructuring City

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(p.61) 3 Neighborhood Parishes and Churches in a Restructuring City
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Religion and Community in the New Urban America
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Paul D. Numrich

Elfriede Wedam

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199386840.003.0004

The three neighborhood congregations in chapter 3 are located in the city of Chicago. St. Nicholas of Tolentine Catholic Church serves a diversifying population and participates in religious and secular organizational networks in order to effect change in both its neighborhood and the greater Southwest Side. On the city’s North Side, St. Jerome Catholic Church responded to the challenges of neighborhood change by participating in a larger geographic strategy of education and membership, including the creation of a multi-campus Catholic academy in a contested process of pan-parochial identity construction. First Christian Church, a Protestant congregation, created a multiracial/ethnic neighborhood congregation on the diversifying Southwest Side. The neighborhood congregations in this chapter have maintained place-based communities and exerted moderate to strong urban impact on their restructured locations.

Keywords:   St. Jerome Catholic Church, First Christian Church, Chicago, Southwest Side, North Side, neighborhood congregation, urban impact

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