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      "This is a collection of articles on and about Alcoholics Anonymous which were published in religious serials and series.
      The sole purpose of this effort is to make available to students and researchers of Alcoholics Anonymous this glimpse through the written word of how Alcoholics Anonymous has been presented to the religious community through their publications over the first 60 years of the history of the fellowship.
      I trust that the reader will enjoy this presentation as much as I enjoyed putting it together."
-Jim B., October 1994

01-001 Alcoholics Anonymous
AVE MARIA, Vol. 54: 354-355, September 20, 1941

01-002 Alcoholics Hold Cleveland Dinner
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, October 22, 1941

01-003 Reformed Drinkers Aid the Poor Drunks, by Daniel M. O'Connell
AMERICA, December 6, 1941

01-004 The Grace of God Still Needed In Sure Cure For Drunks, by Daniel M. O'Connell, S.J.
AMERICA, February 14, 1942

01-005 Some Dangers in Alcoholics Anonymous, by Paul L. O'Connor, S.J.
ECCLESIASTICAL REVIEW, Vol. 106: 285-288, April, 1942

01-006 Christian Ideals In Aid For Alcoholics, by Daniel M. O'Connell
AMERICA, April 25, 1942

01-007 Twelve Steps to Sobriety, by Ted LeBerthon
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 7 (7): 5-6, May, 1943

01-008 Alcoholics Anonymous, They Have the Solution, By Alcoholics Anonymous members
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 7(9): 54-59, July, 1943

01-009 The Church and the Alcoholic, by Alson J. Smith
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, Vol. 61: 301-302, March 8, 1944

01-010 A Look At Alcoholics Anonymous, by a Catholic Member of the Eau Claire, Wis., Group of A.A.
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 8(6): 43-45, April, 1944

01-011 Sees 'Alcoholics Anonymous' Rise
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, January 3, 1945

01-012 Alcoholics Anonymous On Broadway (condensed from variety)
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 9(7): 79-80, May, 1945

01-013 Urges Treatment For Alcoholics
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, November 14, 1945

01-014 Alcoholics Anonymous, by James P. Timmins
THE SIGN, Vol. 25: 14-16, July, 1946

01-015 Alcoholics Anonymous Now 40,000 Strong, by J.C.D., Member of A.A.
THE CATHOLIC WORKER, Vol. 14: (6), 4, September, 1947

01-016 Apologies Unnecessary, by Joseph McAllister
CATHOLIC WORLD, September, 1947

01-017 Here's Hope for Alcoholics, by Wilburn Echols
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, November 26, 1947

01-018 The God Concept In Alcoholics Anonymous, by George A. Little
RELIGION IN LIFE, Vol. 18(1): 25-33, Winter, 1948

01-019 What Yale Teaches About Alcohol, by T.N. Tiemeyer
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, September 29, 1948

01-020 Alcoholics Anonymous, by James O'G. Fleming, S.J.
CATHOLIC MIND, Vol. 46: 746-753, December, 1948

01-021 Drying Up is not Enough, by Joseph B. McAllister
THE CATHOLIC WORLD, Vol. 169: 272-276, 1949

01-022 It's Time To Develop An Open-Door Policy for Alcoholics, by Rev. J. Stanley Ormsby, Ph.D., S.T.L.
HOSPITAL PROGRESS, Vol. 30: 48-50, February, 1949

01-023 Alcoholics Anonymous Speaks to the Church, by Robert K., Nace
JOUR. CLINICAL AND PASTORAL WORK. Vol. 22: 124-132, 1949

01-024 Sin or Sickness? by J. Maurice Trimmer
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, Vol. 66: 1264-1266, October 26, 1949

01-025 History of Alcoholics Anonymous by a Municipal Court Judge
N.C.C.A. "BLUE BOOK" AN ANTHOLOGY, Rensselaer, 1950

01-026 Alcoholics Anonymous Spurns A Trap
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, February 22, 1950

01-027 Alcoholics Anonymous, by J. McCarthy
THE IRISH ECCLESIASTICAL RECORD, Vol. 73: 258-259, March, 1950

01-028 Alcoholics Anonymous, by Edward Duff
AMERICA, June 10, 1950

01-029 I Was A Drunkard, A Catholic member looks at Alcoholics Anonymous.
EXTENSION, Vol. 45: 8-9+, November, 1950

01-030 The Pastor’s Resources In Dealing With Alcoholics, by Marty Mann
PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 2 (13), APRIL, 1951

01-031 Science, Religion and Alcoholism, by John Doe
INTEGRITY, Vol. 5: 17-29, September, 1951

01-032 A Catholic Looks At Alcoholics Anonymous, by Katherine Neuhaus Haffner
CATHOLIC HOME JOURNAL, Vol. 51:9+, October, 1951

01-033 The Care of Alcoholics, by Sister M. Ignatia, C.S.A.
HOSPITAL PROGRESS, Vo1. 32: 293-296, October, 1951

01-034 Grace Is Sufficient – Why Alcoholics Anonymous?, by REVEREND SEAN O'RIORDAN, C.S.S.R., D.D.
The Furrow, January, 1952

01-035 The Catholic Church and Alcoholics Anonymous, by Robert E. Burns, C.S.P.
COLUMBIA, 31: 15-16, May, 1952

01-036 The Alcoholic and the Job, by John P. Callahan
THE SIGN, Vol. 32: 20-22, August, 1952

01-037 You Can Help An Alcoholic, by Keith De Folo
CHRISTIAN HERALD, August, 1953

01-038 Catholic Asceticism and the Twelve Steps, by Reverend Edward Dowling, S.J.
N.C.C.A. "BLUE BOOK" AN ANTHOLOGY, Brooklyn, 1953

01-039 Alcoholics Anonymous, A CATHOLIC MEMBERS APPRECIATION
THE FURROW, November, 1953

01-040 The Faith and Alcoholics Anonymous, by Ted Le Berthon
CATHOLIC MIND, Vol. 53: 19-28, January, 1955

01-041 A.A.’s Eleventh Step, by D. Joseph Michael
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 19(4): 29-33, February, 1955

01-042 Sister Ignatia and the A.A., by Gerard E. Sherry
THE SIGN, Vol. 35: 9-11, May, 1956

01-043 The American Church and A.A. - I.G.S.
THE FURROW, Vol. 8: 79-86, February, 1957

01-044 Pastoral Treatment, by John C. Ford, S.J.
INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1957

01-045 A Clergyman’s Viewpoint, by Frederick G. Lawrence, M.S.SS.T.
INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1957

01-046 A Psychiatrist’s Viewpoint, by Adele Stresseman
INSTITUTE OF PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, 1957

01-047 Ego Religion and Superego Religion In Alcoholics, by Percy M. Sessions
JOURNAL OF STUDIES ON ALCOHOL Vol. 18, 1957*

01-048 Coping With the Problems of the Drinker, by John C. Ford
AMERICA, November, 1957

01-049 Alcoholism, by LLOYD E. FOSTER, MARTY MANN and OTIS R. RICE
PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol. 9(4):21-24, April, 1958

01-050 Moral Re-Armament and Alcoholics Anonymous, by Reverend John C. Ford, S.J.
N.C.C.A. "BLUE BOOK", Vol. 10, 1960

01-051 Alcoholics Anonymous, by J.E. DOHERTY, C.SS.R.
LIGUORIAN PAMPHLETS, 1960

01-052 Alcoholics Anonymous, Bill W., Reverend Raymond J.H. Kennedy, S.J. - Chairman.
N.C.C.A. THE "BLUE BOOK", Vol. 12, 179-210, 1960

01-053 The Priest's Role in Alcohol Problems, by John C. Ford
THE FURROW, Vol. 11: 285-300, May, 1960

01-054 Success for the A.A. Program, by Collie Small
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 25 (12) 108-112, October, 1961

01-055 How Alcoholics Anonymous Operates, by Collie Small
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol.25 (12) 111, October, 1961

01-056 "Only One Glass", by Joseph Kessel
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 26: 70-73, August, 1962

01-057 Philosophical-Religious Factors In The Etiology and Treatment Of Alcoholism, by Howard J. Clinebell, Jr., Ph.D.
Journal of Studies On Alcohol, September, 1963*

01-058 Whither – If A Way?, W.A.G. - ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
PRIEST, Vol. 19: 830-834, October, 1963

01-059 The Alcoholic….and Alcoholics Anonymous, by Sister Jeanne Marie, S.S.M.
Linacre Quarterly, Vol. 30: 152-156, November, 1963

01-060 Religious Characteristics of A.A., by Irving Peter Gellman
THE SOBER ALCOHOLIC, 1964

01-061 William James and Alcoholics Anonymous, by Fr. Robert J. Roth, S.J.
AMERICA, July 10, 1965

01-062 Alcoholics Anonymous and The Third Reformation, by 0. Hobart Mowrer
RELIGION IN LIFE, Vol. 34: No.4, 283-397, Winter, 1965

01-063 The Spiritual Treatment Of The Alcoholic By The Clergy, The Rev. Dr. Paul B. McCleave
MODERN TREATMENT Vol. III, May, 1966

01-064 Disciplines of the Christian Life, by Jack M. Sherley
LEXINGTON THEOLOGICAL QUARTERLY, Vol. 1: 109-118, October, 1966

01-065 Alcoholics Anonymous As Group Logotherapy, by Robert M. Holmes
PASTORAL PSYCHOLOGY, Vol: 21 (No. 202), 1970

01-066 From A.A. – A Lesson, by Jesse Helms
THE PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL, May 12, 1971

01-067 Bill W. Lives On, by John W. Stevens
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 35: 47-50, June, 1971

01-068 The Drinking Problem And The Churches, by Louise Parnell
LIGUORIAN, Vol. 59: 45-47, July, 1971

01-069 An Inside View Of Alcoholism, by PAUL, A.A.
CHRISTIANITY TODAY, Vol. 16: 11-14, May 12, 1972

01-070 Alcoholics Anonymous And Religion, by Margaret Bean, M.D.
PSYCHIATRIC ANNALS Vol: 5:3, MARCH, 1975

01-071 Parallel Conversions: Charismatics and Recovered Alcoholics, by Fr. Joseph h. Fichter, S.J.
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, February 18, 1976

01-072 Some Theological Questions Arising For Male Alcoholics In Recovery, by Robert M. Claytor, Jr.
THE ST. LUKE'S JOURNAL OF THEOLOGY, Vol. 20: No.2, 124-138, March, 1977

01-073 Spirituality, Religiosity and Alcoholism, by Joseph H. Fichter
AMERICA, Vol. 136: 458-461, May 21, 1977

01-074 God In A Bottle, by William R. Lenters
THE BANNER, December 30, 1977

01-075 Alcoholics Anonymous, by Judith Sproxton
THE TABLET, Vol. 234: 746-747, August 2, 1980

01-076 Alcoholism: A Practical Approach, by Paul J. Murdock
HOMILETIC & PASTORAL REVIEW, Vol. 81: 28-32, APRIL, 1981

01-077 Where Recovery Begins
THE PRESBYTERIAN JOURNAL, January 28, 1983

01-078 The Midnight Church, by Philip Yancey
CHRISTIANITY TODAY, Vol. 27: 96-97, February 4, 1983

01-079 Evangelical Protestantism and Alcoholism 1933-1962: Episcopalian Samuel Shoemaker, the Oxford Group and Alcoholics Anonymous, by John F. Woolverton
Historical Magizine Of the Protestantism Episcopal Church, March, 1983, Vol. 52, 153-165, March 1983

01-080 An Instrument of Healing Grace, by Harry C. Kiely
SOJOURNERS, Vol. 14(7): 6, July 6, 1985

01-081 Alcoholics Anonymous: A Phenomenon In American Religious History, by Ernest Kurtz
RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY IN THE U.S.A., Vol. 2: 447-462, 1987

01-082 I Am An Alcoholic Priest, by Father Anonymous
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 51: 98-100, May, 1987

01-083 Alcohol and Other Drugs In Spiritual Formation, by James E. Royce
STUDIES IN FORMATIVE SPIRITUALITY, Vol. 8: No. 2, May, 1987

01-084 The Success of Alcoholics Anonymous: Locus of Control and God’s General Revelation, by Laird P. Bridgman and William M. McQueen, Jr.
Journal of Psychology and Theology, Vol. 15 (2), 124-131, 1987

01-085 Public Language, Public Confession; Critica Language Analysis of Conversion and the History of Alcoholics Anonymous, by Jeffrey L. Bullock
The St. Luke’s J. of Theology, March, 1988

01-086 Spirituality and the A.A. Movement, by Most Rev. Colin Campbell
THE PRIEST, Vol. 44: 12-14, December, 1988

01-087 The Drunk Who Helped Millions Get Sober, by Michael O'Connell-Cahill
U.S. CATHOLIC, Vol. 54: 10-12, 1989

01-088 What Must I Believe To Recover? The Spirituality of Twelve Step Programs., by Michael Wyatt
QUARTERLY REVIEW, Vol. 9(4): 28-47, 1989

01-089 Alcoholic Priests: Are they Effective Pastors?, by Steven L. Berg
THE PRIEST, August, 1989

01-090 Twelve Steps For Women Alcoholics, by Gail Unterberger
THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, December 6, 1989

01-091 My Name Is Bill H. and I Am A Member Of The CIA
THE CRITIC, Vol. 43, No. 3, Spring, 1989

01-092 "Do You Want To Get Well?", by Mary Snow
DAUGHTERS OF SARAH, Vol. 18: 21, Jan., Feb., 1990

01-093 What Alcoholics Anonymous Can Teach Us About Reconcilliation, by Edward C. Sellner
WORSHIP, Vol. 64: 331-348, June, 1990

01-094 A.A. and Preaching: Telling Your Story, by Edward Sellner
MODERN LITURGY, Volume 18, No. 2, March 1991

01-095 Father Ed and A.A.'s Bill W., by Robert Fitzgerald, S.J.
CATHOLIC DIGEST, Vol. 55: 103-106, April, 1991

01-096 Groups like Alcoholics Anonymous provide the mainline churches with an example of bringing together people from all walks of life., by Rev. Barry Morris
THE UNITED CHURCH OBSERVER, Vol. 54(11):2+, May, 1991

01-097 The Hidden Gospel of The Twelve Steps, by Tim Stafford
CHRISTIANITY TODAY, July 22, 1991

01-098 The Spirituality of Twelve Step Programs, by Judi Bailey
ST. ANTHONY MESSENGER, Vol. 99, No.4, September, 1991

01-099 The Twelve Steps and Jewish Tradition, by Rabbi Susan Berman
THE JACS JOURNAL Vol. 3, No.1, 1992

01-100 Twelve Steps of Faith, by Father John Powell, SJ.
U.S. CATHOLIC, Vol. 57: 29, July, 1992

01-101 Bill W. and Dr. Bob: An American Story, by James R. Folliard
SPIRITUAL LIFE, Vol. 38(3), 142-149, Fall, 1992

01-102 SPIRITUALITY, PRAYER, THE TWELVE STEPS AND JUDAISM, by Rabbi Abraham J. Twerski, M.D.
THE JACS JOURNAL Vol: 3, No.1, 1993

01-103 Addiction, Recovery and God, by Irving B. Mace
LIVING PRAYER, Vol. 26(1): 26-26, Jan./Feb., 1993

01-104 The Spirituality of Surrender, by John P. Mossi
REVIEW for RELIGIOUS, Vol. 52: 842-848, Nov./Dec., 1993

01-105 The Clergy's Role In A.A.'s Fifth Step, by Jack O'Neill
THE PRIEST, Vol. 49: 19-20, March, 1993

01-106 12 Step Programs Work For Many, Not All, by Dawn Gibeau
NATIONAL CATHOLIC REPORTER, Vol. 38: 25, January 21, 1994

01-107 Dethroning King Alcohol: Spiritual Steps To Freedom, by Ruth Gledhill
THE TABLET, Vol. 249, 104-107, January 28, 1995

01-108 Liberation Spirituality: 60 Years of A.A., by Neil J. Carr
AMERICA, Vol. 172(21), 20-22, June 17, 1995


*Posted with permission from Alcohol Research Documentation, Inc., publisher of the Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol (now the Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs [www.jsad.com])



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