NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LAITY RECORDS, 1967-1973
Records of an independent Catholic advocacy group (known at first as the National Association of Laymen) which sought "to bring the unique lay dimension to Church renewal," focusing on issues such as conscientious objection to the Vietnam War, the financial accountability of Catholic dioceses, the religious education of Catholic students (opposing government aid to parochial schools), women's rights, and world peace. There are files on committees and projects, conventions, board and officers' meetings, and affiliated organizations, including the Archdiocesan Laity League of Milwaukee. Documentation is scant for the first three years, and there is little or nothing concerning several committees and programs and the decision to dissolve the association in 1973.
Gift of John P. Yorke, 1990.
|Series 1||Committees and Projects, 1968-1973|
|Series 2||Administrative Records, 1969-1973|
|Series 3||Board and Officers' Meetings, 1967-1973|
|Series 4||Conventions, 1967-1973|
|Series 5||Affiliated Organizations, 1967-1973|