Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland Hardback
Religious Practice in Late Modernity
by Gladys Ganiel;
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Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland
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She explains how those who practice extra-institutional religion have experienced personal transformation, and analyses the extent that they have contributed to wider religious, social, and political change. On an island where religion has caused much pain, from clerical sexual abuse scandals, to sectarian violence, to a frosty reception for some immigrants, those who practice their faith outside traditional religious institutions may hold the key to transforming post-Catholic Ireland into a more reconciled society.
Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland by Gladys Ganiel was published by Oxford University Press in February 2016. The ISBN for Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland is 9780198745785.
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|Page last updated||30th August 2016|
|Author / Artist||Gladys Ganiel|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (February 2016)|
|Number of Pages||304|