1970-1995.Origination : University of Notre Dame. Libraries. Audio-Visual Resource Center.
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University of Notre Dame. Libraries. Audio-Visual Resource Center.
Notre Dame Libraries: Audio-Visual Resource Center Records (AVL), University of Notre Dame Archives (UNDA), Notre Dame, IN 46556
Records of Notre Dame's Audio-Visual Resource Center, including recordings of prayer meetings and talks by leaders of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, including Susan B. Anthony, J. Byrne, Jack Brombach, James Cavnar, Stephen Clark, Fr. Harold Cohen, Fr. James Connelly, Paul DeCelles, Sr. Amata Fabbro, Fr. James Ferry, Doug Gavrilides, Fr. David Gereats, Bert Ghezzi, Kerry and Barb Koller, Leon and Ginny Kortenkamp, Fr. George Kosicki, Ralph Martin, Fr. Francis MacNutt, Brian Moore, Robert Morris, Fr. Robert Nogosek, Fr. Edward O'Connor, Brother Robert Pawall, Pete Perona, Fr. John Quinn, Fr. Howard Rafferty, Dorothy Ranaghan, Kevin Ranaghan, Fr. John Randall, Fr. Mike Scanlon, Fr. Benedikt Songy, and Judith Tydings; and general addresses from the 1971 International Conference on Catholic Charismatic Renewal. Also unrelated cassette recordings involving Michael Driscoll, John G. Hibbard, Dan Rather, Fr. Theodore M. Hesburgh, CSC, and Fr. Henri Nouwen; and VHS videos of William David Solomon and Herb True.
Notre Dame's Hesburgh Library maintains a center where students and faculty can listen to or view audio and video recordings. These recordings came from the collection of that resource center.