ACH097: The Battle of Gettysburg is often considered a turning point of the Civil War. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell us how Catholics played key roles in the battle before, during, and after, including the Daughters of Charity who nursed the wounded and dying and Fr. William Corby, chaplain of the Irish Brigade.
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Links for this episode:
- Catholic presence at Battle of Gettysburg still shines 150 years later – Catholic Philly
- The Daughters of Charity and the Battle of Gettysburg
- Catholic presence at Battle of Gettysburg still evident 150 years later – Today’s Catholic
- The Daughters of Charity of Emmitsburg in the Civil War
- Daughters of Charity treat war’s wounded, host Union before Battle of Gettysburg | fredericknewspost.com
- The Sisters of Charity: The ‘Battlefield Angels’ of the Civil War
- American Catholic History pilgrimage to the Kentucky Catholic Holy Land in 2021
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