The Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (also Known as the U.S. Committee for the Christian Peace Conference) Manuscript Collection

Collection Summary

Creator: The Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (also known as the U.S. Committee for the Christian Peace Conference)
Dates: 1964-2012
Extent: 20 Boxes (20 linear feet)
Language(s): English, German, Russian
Repository: Princeton Theological Seminary Library. Special Collections.

Chronology

1958: Christian Peace Conference (CPC) founded by Joseph Hromádka (Czechoslovakia) and others in order to provide churches in the Communist Bloc a voice for peace without domination by Soviet ideology
1961: The first All Christian Peace Assembly is held. The Working Committee of the CPC is formed. Josef Hromádka becomes the first President of the CPC and Jarolslav Ondra (Czechoslovakia) the first General Secretary.
1965: United States Committee for the CPC is founded as an autonomous body to promote American participation in the CPC while remaining independent of its politics
1968: The Prague (Czechoslovakia) Spring is followed by the Soviet Union’s invasion of Czechoslovakia in August. The CPC condemns the invasion and clashes with Soviet church members of the CPC over this condemnation
1968: Annual Meeting (New York) on the theme, “The Disaster Decade: Is Revolution the Way Out? What are the Alternatives?” Elected for service: Charles West (Chair), Margaret M. Flory (Vice-Chair), W. Harold Row (Member of Working Committee, Prague), Kurtis Friend Naylor (Executive Secretary), W.C. Schmauch (Associate Executive Secretary and Prague Representative to the United Nations), Robert B. Starbuck (Associate Executive Secretary) and Carl Soule (Treasurer)
1969: The Russian Orthodox Church reestablishes ideological control of the CPC. General Secretary Jaroslav Ondra is dismissed from the CPC, and Josef Hromádka resigns from the CPC in protest. Western European, Indian and African groups withdraw from the CPC
1969: Annual Meeting (New York) addresses the future of East-West dialogue
1970: Annual Meeting (Monument Beach, MA) subjects the crucial CPC situation to deep discussion and discernment of proper response. West, Flory and Naylor re-elected to continue in their offices
1971: Metropolitan Nikodim (Soviet Union) is appointed President and Dr. Karoly Toth (Hungary) appointed as General Secretary of the CPC
1972: United States Committee of the CPC changes its name to The Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE)
1972: Annual Meeting (Stony Point, New York) elects to service Paul Peachy (Chair), James Will (Vice-Chair), H. Lamar Gibble (Secretary-Treasurer), and Charles West (Continuation of the Work)
1973: CAREE Annual Meeting (New York) is held jointly with the CPC United Nations sub-committee. Bishop Tibor Bartha and Karoly Toth addressed the plenary on the first evening
1974: The first “Karlovy Vary” meeting is held, to facilitate active consultations of top church leaders of Eastern Europe, the U.S.S.R., and the U.S.A
1974: In light of the drama on the European scene, the CAREE Executive Committee issues “A Declaration of Recommitment,” self-identifying as a “diverse company of persons who profess to be Christians, who happen to be Americans, who are vocationally committed to peace…united in seeking fellowship with peoples of Eastern Europe, whether Marxist or Christian”
1974: CAREE facilitates a CPC-hosted meeting of thirty Episcopal and executive church leaders from the U.S. and six European countries in Prague
1975: CAREE approaches the National Council of Churches for a grant of “Related Movement” status
1975: At an Executive Committee (Washington, DC) it was announced that the Journal of Ecumenical Studies is releasing a special issue featuring CAREE. Elected to service are Bruce Rigdon (chair), Paul Peachy (Vice-Chair), and H. Lamar Gibble (Secretary-Treasurer)
1976: CAREE functions within the National Council of Churches Division of Church and Society
1976: At its Annual Meeting (New Windsor, Maryland) CAREE sponsors and hosts a banquet for the members of the CPC Working Committee. Elected to service are Bruce Rigdon (Chair), Charles West and James Will (Vice-Chairs), William White (Secretary) and Howell Wilkens (Treasurer)
1978: Dr. Karoly Toth becomes President of the CPC and and Lubimir Mirejovsky (Czechoslovakia) becomes General Secretary
1978: CAREE Communicator newsletter first published
1978: The CAREE Annual Meeting (Rosemont, Pennsylvania) caps a two-day program, “U.S. Socio-economic Order in the Next Decade: Christian and Marxist Perspectives,” involving 128 registered participants. Elected to service are James Will (Chair), Bruce Rigdon and Charles West (Vice-Chairs), William L. White (Secretary), Marina Herrera, O.P., (Treasurer)
1978: CAREE-nominated U.S. representatives participate in the Fifth All-Christian Peace Assembly in Prague
1979: CAREE initiates the “Institute for Peace and Understanding,” in order to promote Christian-Marxist dialogue at an international academic level
1979: CAREE sponsors two international colloquies (in Washington DC and New York) on human rights
1980: CAREE Executive Meeting (New York) features a spirited discussion of the Afghanistan situation with three invited guests from the CPC
1980: Charles West summarizes for the assembly the major issues addressed during the course of the Second North American Christian-Marxist Dialogue (Dayton, Ohio) on the theme “Dehumanization and Its Curtailment”
1981: Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe begins publication, founded by Paul Mojzes
1981: Annual Meeting (Washington, DC) elected to service are James Will (Chair), Bruce Rigdon (Vice-Chair), and Allison Rock (Treasurer)
1982: Executive Committee Meeting (Washington, DC) moves to re-situate CAREE within the National Council of Church’s Europe Desk of the Division of Overseas Ministry
1982: United Church Board for World Ministries makes Kenneth Ziebell available to serve as CAREE Executive Secretary
1983: The Annual Meeting (New York) addresses the theme “Disarmament and Peace Witness.” Members of the United Nations Department of Disarmament Affairs, the World Conference on Religion and Peace and the Soviet Peace Mission to the United Nations are among the distinguished presenters, Alice Wimer elected to serve as Chair.
1984: Former Chair Rigdon is serving as chair of a National Council of Churches committee to foster closer relationships between Soviet and U.S. Christians
1985 CAREE Communicator features a report on the 6th All-Christian Peace Assembly, held in July
1986: Howell Wilkens (Chair) informs that the relationship with National Council of Churches Europe-USSR Committee is “proceeding well”
1986: The bylaws for incorporation (in New York State) are published. Instituted are the offices of a single President, two Vice-Presidents, Secretary and Treasurer
1987: Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe institutes an Advisory Editorial Board composed of sixteen internationally known scholars
1987: Paul Mojzes and Charles West are major participants in the second New Ecumenical Research Association’s Christian-Marxist Dialogue held in Iglis, Austria
1987: The Annual Meeting (New York) addresses “Political and Theological Reflections on Glasnost”
1988: Institute for Peace and Understanding co-sponsors the 15th Annual Christian-Marxist Dialogue on Peace having the theme “International Humanism, New Thinking, and Peace Issues,” in Moscow
1988: Charles West (CAREE President) publishes “A Fresh Look at CAREE,” affirming among other assumed roles, CAREE’s centrality as a churchly but not church organization inspiriting secular contacts
1989-1991: Communism collapses in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. CAREE shifts focus to deal with rising ethnic enmities and warfare, religious intolerance, and difficulties with living in newly pluralistic societies in the post-Communist world
1990: Institute for Peace and Understanding, along with the International Institute for Peace and the Institute for Peace and Research of the University of Vienna, sponsors the 17th International East-West dialogue at York College, Pennsylvania
1992: Christian Peace Conference ceases to exist
1993: CAREE members (including President Paul Mojzes) attend a planning meeting for a Conference on Christian Faith and Human Enmity in Kecskemet, Hungary
1993: Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe becomes Religion in Eastern Europe
1994: Bruce Rigdon represents CAREE on the Kecskemet Conference planning committee
1995: The Annual Meeting (Washington, DC) addresses the theme, “Church Leadership for the New Century in Eastern Europe.” Theological students from the former U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe studying in U.S.A. are received and heard from
1995: Kesckemet Conference, planned with the assistance of CAREE and the Europe Desk of the National Council of Churches, draws 130 participants from 25 countries
1996: Charles West announces CAREE Archives Collection are being placed at the Princeton Theological Seminary
1996: Annual Meeting (New York) on “Culture Wars and Religion in Eastern Europe” is sponsored by the Columbia Center for the Study of Human Rights, The Christian Century, and the Peace Research Center of the University, Vienna, Austria
1997-1998: Elected to serve are Priscilla Felisky Whitehead (President), Jan Erickson-Pearson (Vice President), Charles West (Vice President), Theodosia Robertson (Secretary), Charles Mercer (Treasurer) and James Payton (Executive Secretary)
2004: CAREE’s web site, “caree.info” is announced in the December edition of Religion in Eastern Europe
2006: James Payton elected to serve as President of CAREE
2012: Print edition of Religion in Eastern Europe ceases publication
2013: Electronic version of Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe begins publication

Historical Information

Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE) is a fellowship of Christians concerned to promote world peace by deepening the understanding and community between Christians in Central and Eastern Europe, and those in the United States. CAREE originated from the work of the Christian Peace Conference (CPC), an international body founded in 1958 through the efforts of Joseph Hromádka and others. The United States Committee of the CPC was founded in 1965, and developed as an autonomous body, changing its name to CAREE in 1972. The international CPC continued as a separate body until 1992, and CAREE existed until 2012.

In the early 2000s, Dr. Paul Mojzes and Dr. Charles West wrote an internal CAREE paper entitled “CAREE: Who We Are and Whence We Have Come.” The following text from this paper provides a historical sketch of CAREE.

“It all started in the Cold War. It is hard to remember those days as the new millennium dawns. It is even harder to imagine oneself back into it. A world in which two great ideological systems, one Communist, the other pluralistic, open and less self-confident, confronted each other with nuclear weapons across an Iron Curtain, seems like a distant nightmare. But that was the world until ten years ago. We are still living with its consequences. In Europe at least we are still building on its ruins.

Believers too were divided by the Cold War. Across the Soviet world, from Germany to Siberia, established churches, Orthodox and Catholic, Lutheran and Reformed, were attacked, marginalized, infiltrated and suppressed. Minority churches, Baptist, Methodist, Mennonite and Pentecostal, fared no better. Atheist humanism was the ideology in power. It was enforced by the police, taught in the schools, and enacted in collectivized factories and farms. Christians from that world sent confusing signals as they struggled to survive and find their witness. Many Christians in the west reached out to them in this struggle. Peace church groups were among the first with their practical, nonjudgmental serving witness. Others tried where they could. But how and to whom should one reach out? Whom could one trust? How should one understand what one hears in a society where few could speak openly? How should one act so as to help, and not hurt, believers and the church?

It was in this context that Josef Hromádka formed the Christian Peace Conference (CPC) in Prague, and invited Christians in the west and the third world to participate. He was one of the few who could do so. A Czech theologian of world-wide reputation who affirmed the revolution in his own country, his aim was twofold: to provide the churches in the east with a Christian voice for peace not dominated by the Soviet-organized World Peace Council, and to open relationships and dialogue with Christians in the rest of the world alongside the official contacts of the World Council of Churches. He knew the ambivalence of the project. Political authorities who must approve it had another agenda: support by churches in the east and west for Communist governments and Soviet foreign policy. Christian faith wrestled with political infiltration, intimidation and sometimes coercion at every CPC meeting and in every report or resolution in produced. Still, Hromádka and many others believed that open dialogue and serious theological work which the CPC made possible were worth the wrestle.

Many in the west and the third world agreed with him, and in the early years, from 1964 to 1969, their confidence was wonderfully justified. There were constant negotiations and struggles over the language of resolutions, over the agenda of study and working committees, and over policy decisions made in Prague, but influenced by Moscow. The United States Committee for, not of, the Christian Peace Conference was formed in 1965 to organize and promote American participation in its work while maintaining our independence of its politics. But the participation was fruitful beyond our dreams. Thousands of personal friendships were formed, in which Christians from east and west shared each other’s burdens and strengthened each other’s faith. Honest dialogue took place in the Communist world about Christian faith and about freedom, justice and peace. Christians met Marxists and, around the edges of CPC meetings, then independently, Marxist-Christian dialogue began.

It all came to flower during the Prague Spring of 1968. Czechoslovakia was transformed, and its spirit radiated into all of Eastern Europe. Only Soviet churchmen and a few hard-bitten Germans seemed untouched by it. Modern Communists committed to “socialism with a human face” in an open democratic society came to power. Ideological domination melted away. The secret police were no longer feared. Christians and their churches were freed of restrictions and invited to play their part in building the new order. Hromádka’s hope seemed fulfilled. The CPC Assembly in Prague that year, over which he presided, was a celebration of this new reality. Many east European Christians spoke freely in public for the first time, in the presence of west Europeans, Americans, Africans, Indians and Japanese. Assembly resolutions were almost free of Soviet political jargon. New committees, more international and less political, were formed to carry on the work.

Then came the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in September. The political reform was crushed. The new Working Committee of the CPC condemned the invasion despite vigorous objections from Soviet church members. Hromádka wrote an eloquent public letter of protest to the head of the Soviet state. For another year the struggle for control of the Christian Peace Conference went on. Then, in September of 1969, Soviet control, led by the Russian Orthodox Church, reestablished itself. The Czech General Secretary, Jaroslav Ondra, was dismissed. Hromádka resigned the Presidency in protest; he died three months later. For the next three years the new Russian leadership tried to revive the organization it had so damaged, finally turning to the Hungarian leader Dr. Karoly Toth as General Secretary with a program emphasizing dialogue and downplaying political statements.

The United States Committee for the Christian Peace Conference played a unique role in these events. Several national committees outside the Soviet bloc—the French, the German, the British and the Dutch—broke with the CPC after the 1969 Russian power-play. The Japanese Committee split. In each case the result was dissension, conflict and rival groups. The U.S. Committee pursued a different tactic. We protested vigorously. We attended only those meetings where we could make our voice heard. But we did not withdraw. Rather, we broadened our contacts with churches and Christians in eastern Europe through other channels and in 1972 changed the name of our group to “Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE), an Ecumenical Association to Promote World Justice and Peace,” to which we added a subtitle, “and for relations with the Christian Peace Conference.” For years in this way we held partisans and severe critics of the post-Hromádka CPC together in one organization with a broad agenda of which the CPC was only a part. We developed academic relations with theological faculties and pastoral relations with congregations. We sponsored east European visitors from schools and churches. We helped initiate a series of official meetings between American church leaders and those from Eastern Europe outside the Soviet Union—known as the Karlovy Vary meetings from the city where they first took place. We participated in Christian-Marxist dialogues when they again became possible. We have become in recent years, and now are, an unofficial study and support group for the Europe Committee of the National Council of Churches.

In the 1990s CAREE diversified its activities. A number of our annual meetings were held in conjunction with the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion and attracted a good attendance, with diverse guests and participants from Europe and Russia. At one of our annual meetings we listened to the voices of young seminarians who had come to study in the USA as a result of the removal of travel restrictions. Due to initiatives by members of CAREE a study group was formed by the American Academy of Religion dealing with “Religion in Eastern Europe and the former USSR.” Cooperation with two Vienna institutes, the Vienna University Center for Peace Research and the International Institute of Peace, resulted in about a dozen meetings of Christians and Marxists working for peace. These meetings commenced in the middle of the 1970s; three of them took place in the USA (Rosemont, PA, Detroit, MI, and York, PA).

The war in the former Yugoslavia elicited a response by many members of CAREE who became engaged in various facets of peace-making. One such effort brought about the cooperation of CAREE with the Ecumenical Study Center in Budapest and the Hungarian churches, resulting in a conference in Kecskemet, Hungary, where church leaders from throughout the region sought to explore ways to deal with ethnoreligious conflicts.

Three publications emerged out of CAREE. The oldest…is the Caree Communicator, our newsletter, published occasionally. The second was the Christian-Marxist Newsletter, that had a sporadic publication schedule and ceased publication by the late 1980s. The most significant is Religion in Eastern Europe, which appeared in 1981 under its original title Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe. This is a bi-monthly publication that features serious analyses of religious developments in all former socialist countries of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union…the sole publication on the subject matter in the U.S.A., and only one of three in the world.

Today the whole scene has changed. Soviet power and Communist ideology are gone. So is the Christian Peace Conference. But central and eastern Europe face challenges greater than ever before. Ethnic and religious divisions, rooted in centuries of history, are tearing some countries apart. Economic life is in turmoil, often because of the reckless invasion of western capital into the void left by the breakdown of the securities and the rigidities of the socialist system. Each nation faces its own crisis of identity in relation to its neighbors. Each church, whether majority or minority, is struggling to rediscover its ministry and its mission in a world of new religious conflicts overlaid by a new form of secular power. How can Christians in America be of help? What can we learn from their experience that will help us be more faithful witnesses? These are the questions we need to explore.”

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Scope and Content

The CAREE Manuscript Collection consists of approximately 20 linear feet of documents and publications. Inclusive dates of the collection are from 1964 to 2012, equally disbursed. The collection is divided into eight distinct series, arranged in order of receipt (accession) by Princeton Seminary and chronologically within each series. These series are 1- Christian Peace Conference (CPC) and Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE), 1964-1996, 2- CAREE/CPC files received from Dr. Charles West in 2003 and 2005, 1966-2002, 3- International CPC files, accession date unknown, 1966-2002, 4- Papers from Dr. Walter Sawatsky co-editor, Religion in Eastern Europe, received 2008, 1993-2008, 5- Papers from Dr. Charles West, received April 2013, 1980-2006, 6- Papers from James R. Payton Jr., received May 2013, 1992-2007, 7- Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received May, 2013, 1969-2012, 8- Publication - Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe and Religion in Eastern Europe, 1981-2012, and 9- Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received September, 2013.

Currently the collection contains materials of not only CAREE and its antecedents, but also several other related organizations and meetings. These include the international CPC and its commissions, the Institute for Peace and Understanding [IPU] (a sub-organization of the CPC), the Asian Christian Peace Conference, the Presbyterian (PCUSA) Symposium of 1992, and various conferences.

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Subjects

All-Christian Peace Assembly

Catholic University of America. Institute for Peace and Understanding

Christian Peace Conference

Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (U.S.)

Hromádka, J. L. (Josef Lukl), 1889-1969

International Institute for Peace

Journal of Ecumenical Studies

National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America

National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. Division of Church and Society

New Ecumenical Research Association (Unification Theological Seminary)

Nikodim, Metropolitan of Leningrad and Novgorod, 1929-1978

Orthodox Eastern Church (Russian)

Princeton Theological Seminary

United Church Board for World Ministries

United Nations. Department for Disarmament Affairs

World Conference on Religion and Peace

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

The following is the acceptable citation for publication: The Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe Manuscript Collection Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary Library.

Processing Information

This collection was formed through the actions of the CAREE organization, which designated Princeton Seminary to be the official repository of its documents. Dr. Charles West was instrumental in facilitating this arrangement. Dr. West is Stephen Colwell Professor of Christian Ethics Emeritus at Princeton Seminary and was Chair of CAREE from its founding until 1972. He donated his own copies of various documents which, along with a large collection of similar documents donated by Professor James Will of Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, formed the original nucleus of the collection. It was originally organized in September of 1996, at which time archival preservation procedures were performed on the collection. Since 1996, additional CAREE materials have been received from Dr. West, Robert F. Smylie, Dr. Walter Sawatsky, Rev. Dr. Paul Mojzes, and Dr. James R. Payton Jr., all active within the leadership of CAREE.

Final processing of the collection, including the writing and publishing of the finding aid, was done by Bob Golon, Manuscript Librarian, with the assistance of Kenneth Henke, Curator of Special Collections.

Access

The materials contained in this collection may be examined by library patrons under the normal rules and conditions of Special Collections, Princeton Theological Seminary.

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Related Material

See also the following materials in Special Collections: The Charles West Manuscript Collection (inventory).

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Arrangement

The Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (also known as the U.S. Committee for the Christian Peace Conference) Manuscript Collection has been grouped into a logical arrangement of nine major series, documenting the activities of CAREE and its related organizations. The collection contains administrative information regarding meeting planning, minutes, and reports, published and unpublished writings, CAREE newsletters, scholarly journals, and correspondence, mainly between CAREE leadership and individuals worldwide.

Series I: Christian Peace Conference (CPC) and Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE), 1964-1996 (Boxes 1-6)

Arranged chronologically, this series represents the initial acquisition of CAREE materials originally sorted by Dr. Charles West in 1996. It contains administrative information, meeting minutes, notes, and reports, published and unpublished writings, newsletters and correspondence.

Series II: CAREE/CPC files received from Dr. Charles West in 2003 and 2005, 1966-2002 (Boxes 7-10)

Arranged chronologically, this series contains additional CAREE information through 2002, including International Institute for Peace documents, correspondence, conference papers, budgetary reports, newsletters, and correspondence from Ken Ziebell and James Payton while they were Executive Secretaries of CAREE.

Series III: International CPC files, accession date unknown, 1966-2002 (Box 11)

Arranged chronologically, this series contains information documenting the International Christian Peace Conference organization activities. It includes meeting materials, reports, newsletters and correspondence.

Series IV: Papers from Dr. Walter Sawatsky co-editor, Religion in Eastern Europe, received 2008, 1993-2008 (Boxes 12-14)

Arranged chronologically, this series contains information mainly pertaining to Dr. Sawatsky’s activities as co-editor of Religion in Eastern Europe, including submission drafts and editing activity. It also contains meeting materials, reports, and correspondence.

Series V: Papers from Dr. Charles West, received April 2013, 1980-2006 (Boxes 15-16)

Arranged chronologically, this series documents additional CAREE related activities of Dr. Charles West, primarily project and committee related. It also contains meeting materials, reports, and correspondence.

Series VI: Papers from James R. Payton Jr., received May 2013, 1992-2007 (Box 16)

Arranged chronologically, this series documents the CAREE activities of Dr. James R. Payton Jr. while he was both Executive Secretary and President of CAREE. It contains meeting materials, project related files, reports and correspondence.

Series VII: Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received May, 2013, 1969-2012 (Box 17)

Arranged chronologically, this series documents the CAREE related activities of Dr. Paul Mojzes. It contains materials pertaining to the Institute for Peace and Understanding, meeting materials, reports, and correspondence.

Series VIII: Publication - “Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe” and “Religion in Eastern Europe,” 1981-2012 (Boxes 18-19)

Arranged chronologically, this series contains all issues of the above named publications of CAREE.

Series IX: Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received September, 2013, 1993-2012 (Box 20)

Arranged chronologically, this series provides additional documents from Rev. Mojzes, mostly pertaining to the publication and editing of Religion in Eastern Europe. Also contained are additional indexes and copies of Religion in Eastern Europe, 1993-2012.

Published and unpublished works as well as correspondence are filed throughout the collection as they originally were filed. For ease of finding written works by title and correspondence by recipient/sender, complete alphabetical indexes of both areas appear behind the Box/folder list in the finding aid.

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Contents

Series I: Christian Peace Conference (CPC) and Christians Associated for Relationships with Eastern Europe (CAREE), 1964-1996
U.S. Committee for Christian Peace Conference (CPC) – proposed guidelines and meeting minutes, Temporary Steering Committee and American Church Relationships meetings, 1964
CPC meeting in Prague – minutes and reports, attendee and observer lists, correspondence and papers, 1964
U.S. Committee for CPC – mailings, correspondence, position paper, 1965
CPC – meeting in Budapest, Hungary, reports 1965
U.S. Committee for CPC – Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, reports and correspondence, 1966
CPC – meeting notes, committee reports, committee list, correspondence and papers, 1966
CAREE – administrative notes and reports, papers and correspondence, 1965 - 1972
U.S. Committee for CPC – meeting minutes, agenda, brochures, article and correspondence, 1967
CPC – commission reports, papers, 1967
U.S. Committee for CPC - administrative notes and reports, papers and correspondence, 1968
CPC – administrative notes and committee reports, papers and correspondence, (1 of 2) 1968
CPC - administrative notes and committee reports, outlines, and papers, (2 of 2) 1968
U.S. Committee for CPC – meeting minutes and notes, papers and correspondence, 1969
CPC – meeting minutes and notes, papers and correspondence, 1969
U.S. Committee for CPC – administrative items, meeting minutes and notes, resolutions and correspondence, 1970
CAREE Annual Meeting, Monument Beach, MA, administrative and logistical information, correspondence - 1970
CPC – Information Bulletins, meeting notes, papers and correspondence, 1970
CAREE General Committee Meeting, administrative items and lists, agenda and minutes, correspondence, 1970-1971
U.S. Committee for CPC – meeting minutes and notes, papers, articles, and correspondence, 1971
CPC – information newsletters, meeting notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1971
CAREE Executive Committee, meeting minutes and administrative items and reports, papers, correspondence, 1971-1972
U.S. Committee for CPC – meeting minutes and notes, papers and correspondence, 1972
CAREE - meeting minutes and notes, papers and correspondence, 1972
CAREE – Annual Meeting, Stony Point, NY, meeting minutes, logistical information and notes, correspondence, 1972
CPC – information newsletters, committee reports, papers, and correspondence 1972
CAREE Executive Committee Minutes with reports, papers and correspondence – 1972-1977
CAREE – meeting minutes, agendas, and administrative reports, papers and correspondence, 1973
CPC – Informational newsletters, committee reports, 1973
CAREE – meeting minutes, brochures, correspondence, 1973
CPC, meeting of the Continuation Committee in Moscow, reports, papers and correspondence, 1973
CPC, meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, Working Committee, Canada 1973
CAREE - meeting agendas and minutes, committee reports, papers and correspondence (1973-1975), 1974
CPC – Information newsletters, meeting notes, papers, correspondence 1974
Asian Christian Peace Conference – meeting notes, committee reports, administrative items, papers, correspondence, photographs, 1974
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, committee reports, papers and correspondence, 1975
CPC – meeting notes and minutes, committee reports, papers, articles, and correspondence, 1975
CPC - Working Committee, Sofia, meeting notes and reports, papers and correspondence, April 1975
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1976
CAREE Annual Meeting, New Windsor, MD – minutes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1976
CPC – meeting minutes and committee reports, photographs, correspondence, 1976
Karlovy Vary III, CPC Working Committee – meeting notes and committee reports, papers and correspondence, 1976
CAREE memberships, lists and correspondence, 1976
CAREE financial – statements and correspondence, 1976
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, committee reports, correspondence, 1977
CAREE Annual Meeting – minutes, correspondence, 1977
B CAREE General Committee letters, December 1977-April 1980
CPC – meeting notes, committee reports, papers and correspondence, 1977
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, committee reports, financial statements, papers, and correspondence, 1978
CPC – meeting proceedings, reports, correspondence, 1978
All-Christian Peace Assembly – committee reports and papers 1978
CAREE finances – statements, reports and correspondence, 1978
CAREE Executive Committee – minutes, invoice, October 1978
CAREE – meeting minutes and committee reports, papers and correspondence, 1979
CAREE Executive and General Committee Minutes, February 1979
Karlovy Vary IV, November – photographs, meeting information, papers and correspondence, 1979
CAREE Income – financial reports, statements, and vouchers, mostly related to membership and dues, correspondence, 1979
CAREE Expenses – statements, invoices, correspondence – 1979
CAREE Financial Correspondence – statements, vouchers, correspondence, 1977-1980
CAREE Membership Mailing Lists, 1979-1980
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, papers, correspondence, 1976-1979
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, newsletters, photographs, papers and correspondence, 1980
CAREE – Miscellaneous Expenses, computer punch cards, statements and vouchers, correspondence, 1980
CPC - Working Committee, meeting minutes and reports, hymnal 1980
Afghanistan conflict, CPC and CAREE relations – annotated statements and reports, articles and papers, correspondence, (1980)
CAREE Contributions, Individual Members – lists, financial reports, correspondence, 1980
CAREE Contributions, Not Full Memberships – statements, 1980
CAREE Contributions, Denominational – statements, correspondence, 1980
CAREE Membership Renewal Letter, correspondence, 1980
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, committee reports and proposals, articles and correspondence, 1981
CPC Commission on Solidarity, Liberation and Development, Budapest – meeting notes and reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1981
Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group – newsletters, 1978- 1981
CAREE Annual Meeting, Washington, DC – administrative paperwork and correspondence, 1981
CAREE contributions, OPREE – statements and correspondence, 1981
CAREE contributions, denominational – statements and correspondence, 1981
CAREE – newsletter, meeting proposal, correspondence, 1980-1981
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, committee reports, proposals, papers and correspondence, 1982
CPC – address typescript, 1982
CAREE – correspondence, January-June, 1982
CAREE – membership, list and correspondence, 1982
CAREE – meeting notes, financial reports, papers and correspondence, 1982
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and statements, correspondence, 1983
CPC – papers, 1983
CAREE – newsletters, 1983
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, committee reports, financial statements, papers, 1983
CAREE – correspondence, 1983
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, and reports, article, correspondence, 1984
CPC – communique, correspondence, 1984
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, newsletter and correspondence, 1985
CAREE – Ledger sheets, 1985, 1988
CPC Committee – photograph, meeting notes and minutes, committee reports, papers, Warsaw, 1985
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, newsletters, 1985
CAREE – papers and correspondence, 1985
CPC, 6th All-Christian Peace Assembly – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, Prague, July 1985
Incorporation Materials – administrative and correspondence, 1967-1986
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1986
CAREE – financial records, reports, statements, banking information, 1986
CAREE Executive Committee – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 1986
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, reports, papers, articles and correspondence, 1987
CPC, Theological Commission – handwritten letter, 1987
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1988
CAREE – financial reports and statements, expense ouchers, cancelled checks, 1988
CAREE – financial correspondence, 1988
CAREE Executive Committee – meeting minutes and notes, papers, correspondence, 1988
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1988
CAREE subscriptions – lists and correspondence, 1988-1989
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1989
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1989
CAREE Annual Meeting – notes and minutes, reports, correspondence, 1989
CPC Presidential Board – meeting planning and agendas, minutes, article, correspondence, 1989
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, papers, correspondence, 1989
CAREE Membership and Mailing Lists, correspondence - 1989
CAREE Financial – statements, reports, tax forms, correspondence, 1989
CAREE Subscriptions, correspondence – 1989
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1990
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, papers, correspondence, 1990
CAREE Subscriptions, correspondence – 1990
CAREE Annual Meeting – meeting planning notes, correspondence, 1990
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1991
CAREE – Membership and mailing list, 1989-1990
CAREE – Membership and mailing list, 1991, with correspondence, 1991
CAREE Annual Meeting – minutes and notes, correspondence, 1991
CAREE Expense Statements, with correspondence, 1991
CAREE Subscriptions, with correspondence, 1991
CAREE Meetings and Correspondence – minutes and notes, papers, correspondence, 1991
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, papers, correspondence, 1992
Augsburg meeting, co-sponsored by CAREE – notes, papers, correspondence, 1992
Presbyterian Symposium (PCUSA) – agendas, minutes, notes, and reports, papers and correspondence, 1992
CAREE – meeting notes, minutes, and reports, papers and correspondence, 1992
CAREE mailing lists and subscription, with correspondence, 1992
CAREE Membership Contributions – lists and correspondence, 1992
CAREE - Institute for Peace and Understanding [IPU], meeting information, papers, correspondence, 1979-1993
CAREE – membership applications and activities lists, questionnaires, paper, and correspondence, 1993-1995
CAREE - Annual Meeting, Washington, meeting notes and arrangements, reports and papers, correspondence, 1993
CAREE - Executive Committee Meetings, notes and reports, papers, correspondence, 1993
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and papers, correspondence, 1993
CAREE – subscriptions, mailing lists and correspondence, 1993
CAREE Annual Meeting, Chicago – meeting minutes, notes, and arrangements, correspondence, 1994
CAREE – meeting notes, agendas, reports and papers, correspondence, 1994
CAREE membership contributions – lists and correspondence, 1988-1995
CAREE subscriptions – lists and correspondence, 1994-1995
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1995
CAREE Annual Meeting, Philadelphia – meeting notes, agendas, reports, correspondence, 1995
CAREE Kecsemét, Hungary meeting – meeting notes and planning documents, reports, papers, correspondence, 1993-1995
CAREE Annual Meeting, New York – agendas and planning documents, correspondence, 1996
Series II: CAREE/CPC files received from Dr. Charles West in 2003 and 2005, 1966-2002
CAREE – U.S. Committee for the CPC, brochures, minutes and reports, 1966-1979
CAREE – Christian – Marxist Dialogue, meeting minutes, notes and reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1966-1982
CAREE Ecumenical Concerns – meeting materials and notes, reports, newsletters, 1970-1975
CAREE Ecumenical Concerns – papers and correspondence, 1967-1994
CAREE – Financial Statements, correspondence, 1973-1980
CAREE – Incorporation papers, correspondence, 1973
CAREE/CPC – historical background, papers, correspondence, 1973-1978
CAREE – administrative documents, meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers, correspondence, 1975-1982
CAREE – proposal to become a DCS Working Group – administrative documents, correspondence, 1975-1976
CAREE – administrative and meeting documents and notes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1975-1979
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1976-1980
CAREE – Ecumenical Ministry Project, reports and correspondence, 1976-1977
CAREE – Women’s Opportunity Giving Fund Proposal and correspondence, 1977
CAREE – mailings and correspondence, 1977-1978
CAREE – “Doris (Doris Hibner) Work Folders,” financial statements, invoices, and vouchers, correspondence, 1977-1978
CAREE – correspondence with Mojzes, 1977-1980
CAREE – membership correspondence, 1977-1980
CAREE – membership lists, 1977-1980
CAREE – membership appeals, 1977-1980
CAREE – membership and mailing lists, 1977-1979
CAREE – Paulus-Gesellschaft, report and correspondence, 1977-1981
CAREE – Task Force on Human Rights, administrative, papers and reports, correspondence, 1977-1981
CAREE – Journal of Ecumenical Studies, administrative documents, correspondence, 1977-1981
CAREE – Task Force on Christian Marxist Encounter – administrative documents, correspondence, 1977-1982
CAREE – Rosemont Conference, administrative documents, papers and correspondence, 1977-1978
CAREE – Working Committee of the CPC, summary and correspondence, April 1978
CAREE – Annual meeting, minutes, notes, and reports, May 1978
CAREE – Christian-Marxist Conference, Rosemont, PA, administrative documents, papers, correspondence, May 1978
CAREE – CPC Assembly, administrative documents, correspondence, June 1978
CAREE – “Caree Communicator,” (newsletter) July 10, 1978
CAREE – mailing lists and correspondence, 1978
CAREE – “Christian-Marxist Encounter,” (newsletters) copies, and subscription forms, 1978
CAREE – Executive Committee reports, statements, and correspondence, 1978-1980
CAREE – “The CAREE Communicator,” issues, administrative documents, correspondence, 1979-1980
CAREE – proposed budget and correspondence, 1979-1980
CAREE – Annual meeting, administrative documents, correspondence, 1979
CAREE – Christian Peace Conference (CPC), administrative documents, reports and notes, papers, correspondence, 1979-1981
CAREE – accounts – reports, correspondence, 1980
CAREE – Time and Expense reports, 1979-1980 (RESTRICTED – SSN #s present)
CAREE – prospect letter and correspondence, 1979
CAREE – Task Force on Disarmament – correspondence, 1979-1980
CAREE – Budgets – reports and correspondence, 1979-1980
CAREE – Correspondence with James Will, 1979-1981
CAREE – Dr. Rudolf Weiler, Institut for Friedensforschung, correspondence, 1976-1990
CAREE – Dayton Conference, correspondence and planning, 1977-1980
CAREE – Annual Meeting, planning documents and correspondence, 1980
CAREE – General committee minutes, 1980
CAREE – Task Force on Militarism and Disarmament, correspondence, 1980
CAREE – Occasional Papers Related to Eastern Europe (OPREE)- notes and correspondence, 1980
CAREE – East/West Relations and Third World Task Force, notes 1980
CAREE – “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group,” September-October 1980
CAREE – Budgets, reports, 1980-1981
CAREE – Account No. 4-07-05-234-1, statements and vouchers, 1980-1981
CAREE – Account No. 4-07-05-234-6, statements and vouchers, 1980-1981
CAREE – Translations from Bill Yoder, papers, 1980-1981
CAREE – membership appeal, letter and blank forms, 1980-1981
CAREE – Christian-Marxist Encounter (newsletters) September 1980-November 1981
CAREE – previous financial reports, 1980-1982
CAREE – information newsletter, expense reports, correspondence, 1980-1983
CAREE – membership administrative documents, correspondence, 1981
CAREE – Annual meeting, planning documents and correspondence, 1981
CAREE – OPREE correspondence and first issue, 1981
CAREE – Newsletters from CAREE’s Christian-Marxist Encounter, 1981-1982
CAREE – “Communicator,” issue and correspondence, 1980-1981
CAREE – secretarial instructions, correspondence, 1981
CAREE – contributions and small donations, records and correspondence, 1981
CAREE – United Nations and Disarmament Task Force, description and correspondence, 1981
CAREE – Proposal for the “Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe,” 1981
CAREE – Account numbers 4-07-05-234-0, 2, 5, 8, 9 – vouchers and statements, 1981
CAREE – Account number 4-07-05-244 (other) Annual Meeting, International Meetings, statements and vouchers, 1981
CAREE – “Caree Communicator,” (newsletters) August-December 1981
CAREE – “Caree Communicator,” (newsletters) April 1982-March 1984
CAREE – Correspondence, 1981-1982
CAREE – Financial back up, correspondence, vouchers and expense statements, 1982
CAREE – membership lists, 1982
CAREE – individual memberships, 1982
CAREE – Christian-Marxist Dialogue, administrative documents and correspondence, 1982
CAREE – Chemical Bank – administrative account documents, blank checks, correspondence, 1982
CAREE – Karlovy Vary Conference, at Princeton Theological Seminary, black and white photographs, 1982
CAREE – Computer backup – reports, 1982
CAREE – Denominational contributions, 1982
CAREE – OPREE subscriptions, 1982
CAREE – mailing labels, 1982
CAREE – budget reports, 1982-1983
CAREE – financial reports and correspondence, 1982-1983
CAREE – Executive Committee, lists and correspondence, 1983
CAREE – “CPC Information,” (newsletter) February, 1983
CAREE – Membership list and correspondence, 1983
CAREE – records and correspondence, 1983-1984
CAREE – “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group,” (newsletters) November 1983-November 1984
CAREE – Bank statements, 1983-1984
CAREE – Financial reports, 1981-1984
CAREE – Cancelled checks, 1983-1986
CAREE – Registration with Internal Revenue Service, from Ken Ziebell, with correspondence, 1983-1988
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes and reports, papers and correspondence, 1984 (1 of 2)
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes and reports, papers and correspondence, 1984 (2 of 2)
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) March 1984-September 1985
CAREE – International Institute for Peace, correspondence, 1977-1989
CAREE – Addresses and Mailing Lists, 1984-1990
CAREE – financial reports and correspondence, 1985
CAREE – reports, papers, biographical information, correspondence, 1985-1986
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) April 1985-March 1986
CAREE – “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Group,” (newsletter) August 1985
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” and “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group,” (newsletters), 1986
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, reports, administrative documents, papers and correspondence, 1986
CAREE – administrative documents and correspondence, 1986-1987
CAREE – “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group,” (newsletters) Winter-Fall 1987
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, articles and papers, 1987
CAREE – correspondence, 1987
CAREE – subscriptions – correspondence, 1987-1988
CAREE – mailing lists – correspondence, 1986-1987
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) 1987-1988
CAREE – Executive Committee meeting minutes, July 1988
CAREE – “Newsletter from C.A.R.E.E.’s Christian-Marxist Encounter Task Group,” (newsletters) Summer 1989
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) spring-summer 1989
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) with correspondence, 1990
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) with index and correspondence, 1991
CAREE – “Christian-Marxist Dialogue,” (newsletter) Spring 1991
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) with correspondence, 1992
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) 1993
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) 1994
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” (newsletters) with correspondence, 1995
CAREE – membership contributions and dues lists, 1995-1996
CAREE – “CAREE Communicator,” administrative documents, 1996-1997
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1996
CAREE – subscriptions, correspondence, 1996-1997
CAREE – meeting notes and minutes, reports, papers and articles, correspondence, 1997
CAREE – membership contributions, forms and correspondence, 1996-1997
CAREE – administrative documents, articles, correspondence, 1998
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 1998-1999
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 1999-2000
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 2000-2001
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 2001 – 2002
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 2002
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 2003
CAREE – Executive Secretary – general correspondence, 2004
Series III: International CPC files, accession date unknown, 1966-2002
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) July 1981-September 1982
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 68, 69, 72-74, 1981-1982
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-November 1983
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 75-77, 1983
CPC – Consultation on Disarmament, reports and papers, Budapest, May 1983
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-December, 1984
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 78-80, 1984
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-December, 1985
“Christian Peace Conference,” (newsletter) volumes 81-84, 1985
CPC correspondence, 1985
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-December 1986
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 85-87, 1986
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-December 1987
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 89-92, 1987
CPC – Continuation Committee – reports, papers, and correspondence, Gorlitz, DDR, October 1988
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) January-December 1988
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 93-95, 1988
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) with correspondence, January-December 1989
“Christian Peace Conference,” (softcover journal) volumes 96-97, 99, 100, 1989
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) with correspondence, January-November 1990
CPC North America, newsletters and correspondence, 1991
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) and correspondence, January-November 1991
North American Christian Peace Conference, newsletters, January-April 1992
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) and correspondence, February-December 1992
“CPC Information,” (newsletter) February-December 1993
North American Christian Peace Conference, information bulletin, April 1993
Series IV: Papers from Dr. Walter Sawatsky co-editor, Religion in Eastern Europe, received 2008, 1993-2008
Religion in Eastern Europe - covers, undated
CAREE – correspondence, notes and reports, 1993
CAREE – Executive Committee, correspondence and reports, 1993-1996
Russian Orthodox Church, regarding Father Vitali Borovoi, correspondence, 1993
CAREE – Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, correspondence and information, 1991
“CAREE Communicator,” (newsletter issues) Spring 1993-Fall 1995
CAREE – Interest Groups, correspondence, reports, 1993-1994
CAREE – Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, correspondence, notes, and reports, 1994
CAREE – Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, minutes, correspondence and notes, 1995
CAREE – Executive Committee, correspondence, meeting materials, notes, 1996-1997
CAREE – current, correspondence and newsletter, 1996-1997
Address lists, 1997
CAREE - San Francisco, notes and correspondence, 1997
Religion in Eastern Europe – pending, papers and correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe – “A Religious Organization in the Latvian State: Rights and Obligations,” paper by M. L. Ringolds Balodis, annotated drafts with notes and correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe – draft copy, volume XVIII, number 1, February, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe – “The Problems Facing Orthodox Theological Education in Russia,” (typescript drafts) by Hieromonk Hilarion, with correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe – submission drafts and correspondence, 1998
Papers (drafts) by Marat S. Shterin and James T. Richardson, with correspondence, 1997-2002
ASCH – (American Society of Church History), Rethinking Christianity, handwritten notes, 1999
CAREE – Executive Committee, correspondence, meeting materials, notes, 1998-1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – subscriptions - correspondence, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence, 1998-2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – editing planning, correspondence, articles, 1998-2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – pending papers, correspondence, articles, 1998-2001
“Religious Rights in Peril,” paper by Teresa Andrus Cochran, with correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe - subscriptions, correspondence, 1998-1999
“The Saving of the Jews: The Case of Mother Maria (Scobtsova)” paper by Grigori Benevitch, submitted for REE, December 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XIX number 5, with correspondence, October 1999
“The ECCB and Mission,” (copies of article published in newsletters) by Alena Zikundova, with correspondence, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – Plokhy and Filipovich papers, with correspondence, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XIX number 3, with subscription and shipping paperwork, June 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers submitted, June-December 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XIX number 6, December 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – new articles sent by Duvnjak and Wehrle, with correspondence, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence sent following requests, 1998-2001
Religion in Eastern Europe, subscription information with correspondence, 1999-2000
“Mission, Missionary Activity, and Ukrainian Society,” article by Viktor Yelensky, with notes, 1999
REE-CAREE issues – “Structure Meant Survival, Study Finds,” newspaper article by John L. Allen Jr., in the National Catholic Reporter, October 8, 1999
Review of Christianity for the Twenty-First Century: The Prophetic Writings of Alexander Men, edited by Elizabeth Roberts and Ann Shukman, by Mikhail Sergeev, with correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence, 1999
“Historical Roots of Slovenian Christoslavic Mythology,” paper by Mitja Velikonja, with correspondence, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – August-October materials, papers, 1999
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX, number 5, also drafts and correspondence, October 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX number 1, with drafts and correspondence, February 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX number 4, with papers, reviews and correspondence, August 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX number 6, with papers, December 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX number 3, with papers and correspondence, June 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XX number 2, with correspondence, April 2000
CAREE – reports and correspondence, 2000-2002
Sharon Linzey, correspondence, 2000-2003
Religion in Eastern Europe, subscriptions, correspondence, 2000
CAREE – article pending, comment, correspondence, 2000-2002
Religion in Eastern Europe - editing, planning, correspondence, 2000-2001
CAREE – Eastern Fellowship ASM (American Society of Missiology) joint meeting, agenda, notes, correspondence, November 2000
CAREE – conference paper, notes, correspondence, March 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe, paper and correspondence, 2000-2001
CAREE – annual meeting, notes and correspondence, March 2000
“Roman Catholicism in Post-Soviet Russia: Searching for Acceptance,” paper by Daniel L. Schlafly, Jr., with correspondence, 2000
Religion in Eastern Europe – submissions with correspondence, April 2000
Review of “An Overview of the History of Baptism on the Croatian Soil,” by Ruben Knezevic, review written by Davorin Peterlin, 2001
“Slovakia, Ten Years After the Velvet Revolution,” article by Janice Broun, with correspondence, 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe – submissions, editing, interview transcript 2001
Gerd Stricker and Karl Heinz Walter – papers and correspondence, 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXI, number 2, also papers and correspondence, April 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers, reviews and correspondence, February 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe, volume XXI, number 4, August 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe – Newburg, OR meeting on web page, correspondence and logistics, 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe, paper, administrative documents, correspondence, 2001-2003
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, newsletters, correspondence, 2001-2003
Maribor Initiative, correspondence and report, 2001
AAASS (American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, correspondence and logistical information, 2002
AAASS (American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies) Conference, Arlington, VA, Panel on Russian Orthodoxy After Bishops Council, papers, 2001\
Jubitha Soba – Ecumenism (document in Russian language) 2001
“Religions in War: The Example of Bosnia and Herzegovina,” article by Ivan Cvitkovic, with correspondence, 2001
Religion in Eastern Europe volume XXI number 5, October 2001
“Theological Education in the Former Soviet Union: Some Recent Developments,” (typescript) by Jason E. Ferenczi, circa 2001
“Assessing Pope John Paul II’s Visit to Ukraine,” (typescript) by Ralph Della Cava, 2001
“In Hoc Signo Vinces: Religious Symbolism in the Balkan Wars, 1991-1995,” article by Velikonja Mitja, with associated correspondence, 2001
“The Future of Religion and Religious Freedom in Russia,” (typescript) by Sharon Linzey and Iakov Krotov, 2001
“The First Bible After World War II to be Prepared for Publication in Estonia,” (typescript drafts) by Peeter Roosimaa, with correspondence, 2002
“Obstacles and Incentives for Ecumenical Relationship Between Roman Catholic Church and Serbian Orthodox Church in Croatia after 1990,” (typescript drafts) by Neven Duvnjak and Renata Relja, 2002
“From Crisis to Post-crisis in Macedonia,” (typescript draft) by Paul Mojzes, with correspondence, 2002
“Religious Freedoms in Yugoslavia and the Relations Between Religious Communities and the State,” (typescript drafts) by Milan Vukomanovic, ca. 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXII number 2, with papers and correspondence, April 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers by Stella Rock and Alexander Verkjovsky with correspondence, 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – “The Origins of ‘Heresy’ on Mount Athos: Ilarion’s Na Gorakh Kavkaza (1907)” paper by G. M. Hamburg, with correspondence, 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXII number 5, papers and correspondence, October 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – paper and table of contents, June 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXII number 6, with cumulative index 1981-2002, papers and correspondence, December 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXII number 5, October 2002
“How to Make Enemies,” paper by Miroslav M. Kis, with notes, 2002
Correspondence, Walter Sawatsky, 2002-2005
Religion in Eastern Europe, assistants file, mostly correspondence, 2002-2004
Religion in Eastern Europe, review edits, H. David Baer, correspondence, 2002-2003
“Roman Catholic and Russian Orthodox Ethics: on Globalization,” (typescript) by Joseph Loya, 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXII number 4, with correspondence, August 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence, 2002-2005
“Communism and Religion: Telling the Story for the 21st Century,” (typescript) by Mark Pargeter, with correspondence, 2003
Religion in Eastern Europe - submissions, reviews, with correspondence, 2003
“The Cat-and-Mouse Chase: Moonies in Bulgaria,” (typescript) by Archimandrite Pavel Stefanov, 2003
Religion in Eastern Europe – pending, papers and correspondence, 2003-2005
CAREE and REE agenda, correspondence – 2003-2004
Paul Mojzes, correspondence – 2003-2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXIII number 2, with papers and correspondence, April 2003
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXIII number 1, with papers and correspondence, February 2003
“Rome and Moscow, a Step Further,” (English and German typescripts) by Thomas Bremer, with correspondence, 2003
CAREE – Annual Meeting, New York City, meeting agenda, notes, reports, correspondence, 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXIV number 4, August 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding the December 2004 issue, with papers, 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers, reviews and correspondence regarding the October issue, 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence, 2004-2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – reviews, papers and correspondence regarding the June issue, 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXIV number 2, with correspondence, April 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe – volume XXIV number 1, with correspondence, February 2004
CAREE – administrative documents, reports, correspondence, 2004-2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding web page, January 2002
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers and correspondence, March-September 2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – papers and correspondence regarding the November 2005 issue – 2005
Article – “Is Somholo’s Dream a Scandal for Swazi Hegemony? The Christian Clause Debate Reexamined in the Context of Prospects for Religious Accommodation,” by Joshua Bheki Mzizi, with correspondence, 2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence, 2004-2005
Correspondence and paper regarding the book They Were Not Brothers and Yet…Albania 1943-1944 (original title – Shalom) by Neshat Tozaj, 2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – mailing lists and correspondence regarding the move to being a quarterly publication, 2005
CAREE and AAR (American Academy of Religion) meeting in Philadelphia, PA, correspondence and information, 2005
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding the February issue, 2005
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and resumes, February 2006
CAREE Annual Meeting, November 2006, correspondence, reports, administrative, 2006-2007
CAREE Panel 2006, correspondence and papers, 2005-2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence relating to the November issue, 2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – Meta Press, correspondence and proposal, 2006
CAREE – AAR (American Academy of Religion) meeting, Washington, DC, correspondence and information, 2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – pending editing, correspondence and papers, 2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence and papers, 2005-2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence and paper, regarding the May issue, 2006
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding the May 2007 issue, 2007
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding the August 2007 issue, 2007
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence regarding November 2007 issue, 2006-2007
Religion in Eastern Europe – correspondence and papers for the February 2007 issue, 2006-2007
Article by Paul Osenenko (in Russian language) with correspondence, April 2008
Article, “Children at Risk,” by Mark R. Elliott, submitted for Religion in Eastern Europe, with correspondence, May 2008
Series V: Papers from Dr. Charles West, received April 2013, 1980-2006
East Europe – reports, notes, reviews, papers and articles, correspondence, 1980-1997
United Nations – International Cooperation – press releases, reports, 1981-1991
Paul Peachey – reports, notes, papers and correspondence, 1989-1991
Other East-West Agencies – Russian Ministry Network, John T. Conner Center for East West Reconciliation, Appeal of Conscience Foundation, The Transnational Institute, US-USSR Bridges for Peace, The Friendship Force, and others, with correspondence, 1989-1996
World Conference on Religion and Peace - correspondence, 1989
Conference of European Churches – reports, literature, correspondence, 1991-1999
European Protestant Assembly, volumes 1 and 2 of “Christian Responsibility in Europe” conference, 1992
Conference of European Churches Assembly, Prague, attendee lists, schedules, reports, September 1992
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 1993
Mennonite Project, David Steele, Gerald Shenk, reports, papers and correspondence, 1993
NCC Europe Committee – reports, papers and correspondence, 1993-1996
Human Rights and National Minorities, Council of European Churches, National Council of Churches, and the Canadian Council of Churches – meeting minutes, notes, and reports – 1993-1994
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe – reports and statement, 1993-1996
National Conference of Catholic Bishops – statements and reports, 1993-1997
Christian Faith and Human Enmity conference, Moscow – reports and correspondence, June 1994
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and correspondence, 1994
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and correspondence, 1995
Appeal of Conscience Foundation – reports, papers and correspondence, 1996-1997
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and correspondence, 1996
NCC Europe Committee – meeting minutes, notes, and reports, clippings, papers and correspondence, 1997
CAREE Membership Lists, correspondence – 1997-1999
CAREE meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence – 1997
Europe Committee – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 1998
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, mailing labels, diskette, correspondence, 1998
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 1999
Europe Committee – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 1999
Europe Committee – meeting minutes, notes, and reports, articles and correspondence, 2000
East-West Church and Ministry Reports (newsletter) – sample copies and correspondence, 2000-2003
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 2000
CAREE Europe Forum – notes and reports, papers and correspondence, 2001-2002
WCC Europe – reports and papers, 2001-2003
Europe Forum / CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 2002
Europe Forum / CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, papers and correspondence, 2003-2006
REE – administrative documents, mailing and contact lists, correspondence, 2002-2006
Series VI: Papers from James R. Payton Jr., received May 2013, 1992-2007
CAREE Bylaws, 1992-1999
CAREE – invoices, checks, reimbursements, correspondence, with treasurer, 2004-2011
CAREE - Annual Conferences (Jim Payton as President) 2008-2011
CAREE – Annual Meeting – agendas, reports, and minutes, 2005-2011
CAREE – Historical summary by Charles West and Paul Mojzes, ca. 2000
CAREE – “A Future for CAREE,” (paper) November 2000
CAREE – “Whence and Whither” Conference, meeting notes and minutes, March 2000
CAREE – Annual membership lists, 2005-2007
CAREE – President Projects, meeting notices and invitations, correspondence, January 2009–March 2011
CAREE – President Projects, submissions and edits, correspondence, June 2007–December 2008
CAREE – correspondence, Jim Payton, 2011-2013
CAREE – Jim Payton, while President, correspondence, 2009-2011
CAREE – Jim Payton, while President, correspondence 2008
CAREE – Jim Payton, while President, correspondence, 2007 (1 of 2)
CAREE – Jim Payton, while President, correspondence, 2007 (2 of 2)
Series VII: Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received May, 2013, 1969-2012
CAREE – brochures, undated
CAREE Mailing Lists, undated
Institute for Peace and Understanding, meeting minutes and notes, correspondence, 1969-1993
Institute for International Understanding, meeting materials, notes, 1972-1979 (1 of 2)
Institute for International Understanding, meeting materials, notes, 1972-1979 (2 of 2)
Institute for International Understanding, correspondence, 1972-1979
Kishinyev Symposium, meeting materials and notes, correspondence, 1977-1978
Participants Lists, 1978-1986
Stockholm Symposium, meeting materials, papers, correspondence, 1979
Marxist-Christian Dialogue, Madrid, meeting notes and reports, articles and clippings, papers, and correspondence, October 1981
Religion in Eastern Europe, Library Subscriptions, payment information, stubs, receipts, 1981-1982
Religion in Eastern Europe, Library Subscriptions, administrative, 1981-1982
Religion in Eastern Europe, Library Subscriptions, correspondence, 1981-1982
OPREE - Individual Subscriptions, correspondence, 1981-1983
Exchanges and complimentary, correspondence, 1981-1992
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and correspondence, 1982
CPC Working Committee, Prague, Czechoslovakia, meeting minutes and notes, drafts and reports, correspondence, March 1982
Florence Symposium, lists, reports, correspondence, 1982
Vienna Symposium, lists, reports, correspondence, 1983
CAREE Communicator, newsletter, reports, correspondence, 1983-1984
ISSN# - forms and correspondence, 1983-1985
Hamburg, lists, reports, correspondence, 1984
Seminar to USSR, meeting minutes, notes, and reports, papers and correspondence, 1984
Financial reports, 1984-1985
Vienna, meeting notes, lists, correspondence, 1986
Copyrights, forms and registration information, correspondence, 1986
Feedback on OPREE, correspondence, 1986-1993
Strasbourg, meeting minutes, reports, papers and correspondence, 1987
Netherlands, correspondence, 1988
Library letters, Eastern Europe, 1990
Religion, State, and Society, correspondence, 1992
Comments on Afghanistan, statement drafts, correspondence, 1980
CAREE Executive Committee correspondence, 1999
CAREE membership list and meeting agendas, undated
Handwritten notes and contact lists, undated
Miscellaneous articles, pamphlets, and publications, undated
CAREE administrative documents, meeting notes and reports, 2000-2003
CAREE administrative documents, meeting notes and reports, correspondence, 2004-2005
Washington DC CAREE, 2006 – meeting notes and reports, correspondence, 2006
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 2006-2008
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports, correspondence, 2009-2012
Series VIII: Publication - “Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe” and “Religion in Eastern Europe,” 1981-2012
Vol. I, Nos. 1-7, February-December, 1981
Vol. II, Nos. 1-7, February-November, 1982
Vol. III, Nos. 1-8, February-December, 1983
Vol. IV, Nos. 1-6, January-December, 1984
Vol. V, Nos. 1-6, February-November, 1985
Vol. VI, Nos. 1-7, February-December, 1986
Vol. VII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, with correspondence and index (Vols. I-V), 1987
Vol. VIII, Nos. 1-6, February-November, 1988
Vol. IX, Nos. 1-6, February-November, with correspondence and mailing list, 1989
Vol. X, Nos. 1-6, February-November, 1990
Vol. XI, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1991, with index (Vols. VI-XI), 1991
Vol. XII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1992
Vol. XIII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1993
Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1994
Vol. XV, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1995
Vol. XVI, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1996
Vol. XVII, Nos. 1, 3, 4, February-August, 1997
Vol. XVII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1997
Vol. XVIII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1998
Vol. XIX, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 1999
Vol. XX, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 2000
Vol. XXI, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 2001
Vol. XXII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 2002
Vol. XXIII, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 2003
Vol. XXIV, Nos. 1-6, February-December, 2004
Religion in Eastern Europe, cumulative index, 1981-2004
Vol. XXV, Nos. 1-4, February-November, 2005
Vol. XXVI, Nos. 1-4, February-November, 2006
Vol. XXVII, Nos. 1-3, February-August, 2007
Vol. XXVIII, Nos. 1-4, February-November, 2008
Vol. XXIX, Nos. 1-3, February-August, 2009
Vol. XXX, Nos. 1-4, February-November, 2010
Vol. XXXI, Nos. 1, 3-4, February, August, November, 2011
Vol. XXXII, Nos. 1-4, February-November, 2012
Series IX: Papers from Rev. Paul Mojzes, received September, 2013,
Writings by Ralph Della Cava, 1993-1994
Religion in Eastern Europe, papers and correspondence, 1993-1998
Religion in Eastern Europe, pending writings, 1997
Articles about the State Duma of the Russian Federation regarding religious liberty, with correspondence, 1997
Yakov Krotov, article and correspondence, with Russian and German translations, 1997
Religion in Eastern Europe, editing, papers and correspondence, 1997
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence, 2004-2005
CAREE – reports and correspondence, 2006-2007
Religion in Eastern Europe, paper and correspondence, 2006-2007
CAREE – meeting minutes and notes, reports and newsletters, correspondence, 2008
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, and reports, correspondence, 2008-2009
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, agendas and reports, correspondence, 2008-2010
CAREE – meeting notes, mostly correspondence, 2009-2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence, mailing lists, 2009-2010
CAREE – newsletter, paper, correspondence, 2009
CAREE – correspondence regarding book reviews, 2010-2011
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and papers related to the February 2010 issue, 2009-2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and papers related to the May 2010 issue, 2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and papers related to the August 2010 issue, 2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and papers related to the November 2010 issue, 2010
CAREE – mostly correspondence, 2010-2011
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence and papers related to the February 2011 issue, 2010-2011
CAREE – meeting minutes, notes, and agendas, reports, correspondence, 2011
Religion in Eastern Europe, correspondence regarding the May 2011 issue, 2011
Religion in Eastern Europe, indexes, 1993-2004 and 1981-2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XVIII, nos. 1, 3-6, 1998
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXVII, nos. 1, 3, 2007
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXVIII, nos. 2, 3, 2008
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXIX, nos. 2, 4, 2009
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXX, nos. 1-4, 2010
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXXI, nos. 1-4, 2011
Religion in Eastern Europe, issues, volume XXXII, nos. 1-2, 2012

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