Author: Alexandria Griffin

Alexandria Griffin is a visiting assistant professor of religion at New College of Florida. She holds a PhD in religious studies from Arizona State University, where she wrote her dissertation on racial and religious identity in the life and afterlives of Patrick Francis Healy, S.J.
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Racial Rhetoric in the Josephites, 1888-1903

The Josephites, more formally known as the Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart, are a Catholic order of priests founded in 1893 to serve African Americans. They have been in many ways a […]