Anne Carson Daly

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Dr. Anne Carson Daly holds a doctorate in English literature from Johns Hopkins University. Her published works cover a variety of topics of scholarly and popular interest: literature, social ideals, religious principles, education. She has two books under way plus several articles, and has translated from the French a book on the early Jesuits and their impact on Church history. [1]

She was in 1996 a director of the Alexis de Tocqueville Institution (AdTI).

The book she translated was most likely:

  • André Ravier, "Ignatius of Loyola and the founding of the Society of Jesus", Ignatius Press , May 1987, ISBN 0898700361

translated by Maura Daly, Joan Daly, and Carson Daly.[2]