CCHA Historical Studies, 60 (1993-94), 15
The English-speaking section of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association is a community, or more accurately, a number of communities across Canada. The year, 1993, marks the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association which came into being as an attempt to understand better the development of those communities that make up Roman Catholicism in English-speaking Canada. What follows are a number of articles that reflect the growing recognition of the diversity of these communities as well as the common characteristics shared by all of them. The objective of my term as editor-in-chief is to continue the tradition set down by our founder James Kenny to harvest the field of Catholic history in Canada.
Paul Adolphus Bator