1968-[ongoing]Origination : National Assembly of Religious Women (U.S.)
National Assembly of Religious Women (U.S.) Records (ARW), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556
Correspondence, organizational records, budgets, newsletters, surveys, memoranda, printed matter, clippings, cassettes, films, and photographs; concerning justice, the role of women in the church, economic and racial inequality, nuclear disarmament, and U.S. policy in Central America. Correspondents include Sisters Ethne Kennedy, SSJ, Marjorie Tuite, OP, Merle Nolde, OSB, Catherine Pinkerton, CSJ, Mary O'Keefe, OP, and Kathleen Keating, SSJ.
A grassroots organization formally established in 1970 to foster intercommunity collaboration among American Roman Catholic religious women. NARW's central office collected information from organizations such as the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Women's Ordination Conference, United Farm Workers of America, Dignity, and Catholics Act for ERA (the Equal Rights Amendment). NARW was originally known as the National Assemly of Women Religious (NAWR)