Image from Church History website  

Residential School Saint: The Life, Death, and Turbulent Afterlife of Rose Prince of the Carrier Nation.

Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture, 89, 23 September 2020, 592-632.


The Cardinal’s New Clothes?: A Review of Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.

Couture and the Death of the Real: A Response to Heavenly Bodies (the MET’s Exhibition Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination Exhibition in The Immanent Frame: Secularism, Religion, and the Public Sphere (a digital journal of the Social Science Research Council).

 Image from ACS website  

White Martyrs and Red Saints: Hagiography and the Continuing Distortion of Catholic Historiography.

American Catholic Studies Journal, 127, 1, September 2016.

 Image from Archives d'Anjou website  

Pleut à Dieu que je fusse mort en France:" Le Destin tragique de Pierre-Anthoine Pastedechouan, jeune Innu en Anjou au XVII siècle.

Archives d'Anjou, 11, 2007, 69-85.

 Image from Anthropologica website  

Between Conversion and Apostasy: the Religious Journey of Pierre-Anthoine Pastedechouan.

Anthropologica, 49, 2007, 17-34.

                  Image from ARC website    

My Misfortune is that I have not a Mind Strong Enough to Remain Firm in my Determination:" The Fatal Ambivalence of a Seventeenth-Century Aboriginal Convert.

ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, 34, 107-130.

 Image from ARC website  

Do not send me back to those beasts who do not know God:" The Religious and Cultural Transformation of an Innu Child in Seventeenth-Century France.

ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University, 32, 2004, 73-96.      

 Image from USQR website  

Changing Devotional Paradigms and Their Impact upon Nineteenth-Century Marian Apparitions: The Case of La Salette.

Union Seminary Quarterly Review, 52, 3-4, 1998, 85-122.