Western Reserve Historical Society has published an illustrated booklet on the history of the Diocese of Cleveland. There are No Strangers at the Feast presents the story of the Roman Catholic community within the context of the historical evolution of the region. It is not an institutional history, but rather a well illustrated essay that examines the significance of Roman Catholics and Roman Catholicism within the general transformation of Greater Cleveland and northeastern Ohio into a community that is, in the 21st Century, a mosaic of beliefs and ethnicities.
By Dr. John J. Grabowski
Western Reserve Historical Society Publication Number 195