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Transforming post-Catholic Ireland : religious practice in late modernity

Author: Gladys Ganiel
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016.
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'Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland' explores the dynamic religious landscape of contemporary Ireland, north and south, and to analyse the island's religious transition. It confirms that the Catholic Church's long-standing 'monopoly' has well and truly disintegrated, replaced by a mixed, post-Catholic religious 'market' featuring new and growing expressions of Protestantism, as well as other religions. It describes  Read more...
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Ganiel, Gladys.
Transforming post-Catholic Ireland.
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2016
(DLC) 2015942939
(OCoLC)920454188
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gladys Ganiel
ISBN: 9780191808203 0191808202 0191062944 9780191062940
OCLC Number: 945736475
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland: Religious Practice in Late Modernity; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Tables; 1: Introduction: A Post-Catholic Ireland?; Experiencing Extra-Institutional Religion; Patricia, Member of the Parish Pastoral Council in the Parish of Good Counsel, Ballyboden, Dublin; Ben, Participant with Slí Eile/Magis Ireland, Dublin; Michael and Ellen, an Evangelical Couple from Belfast; Extra-Institutional Religion and Irelandś `Mixed ́Post-Catholic Religious `Market;́ Key Arguments of the Book; Structure of the Book. 2: From Monopoly to MarketThe Catholicism that has been Displaced; Differences: the Catholic Church and its Relationships with the State; Commonalities: the Catholic Church and Irish Identity; How the Moral Monopoly was Displaced; Media and Television; Changing Role of Women; Changes within Catholicism; Impact of Clerical Sexual Abuse Scandals; A Mixed, Post-Catholic Religious Market; Individualization and De-institutionalization; Religious Identification; Religious Diversity; Conclusions; 3: Reconciling Diversity?; The Surveys; Individualization; Negotiating Diversity; Reconciliation. EcumenismConclusions; 4: Ballyboden Parish Pastoral Council; A History of Ballyboden Parish Pastoral Council; Extra-Institutional Religion At Ballyboden Ppc; Why Are You Still a Catholic?; The Institutional versus the Local Church; A Lost Generation of Irish Catholics?; The Future of the Catholic Church in Ireland; Conclusions; 5: Slí Eile (Magis Ireland); A History of Slí Eile; Extra-Institutional Religion at Slí Eile; An Alternative to the Institutional Church; Lay-Clerical Collaboration; Exploring Questions and Doubts; Support for Difficult Times; `Another Way ́of Living out Faith. Conclusions6: Abundant Life: A Charismatic Congregation in Limerick City; A History of Abundant Life; Extra-Institutional Religion at Abundant Life; Conversion; Approaches to Catholicism; Divine Providence; Personal Responsibility; Negotiating Diversity; Maturity of Immigrant Believers; Welcoming; The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Relationships; Conclusions; 7: St Patrickś United Church, Waterford City; A History of St Patrickś; Extra-Institutional Religion at St Patrickś; Being Christian in Post-Catholic Ireland; Being Christian in a Pluralist Congregation. Rejecting the Classical Ecumenical ProjectNegotiating Diversity; Creating a Multicultural Haven and Model; Tensions around Cultural Differences; The Challenge of Cross-Cultural Relationships; Conclusions; 8: Jesus Centre, Dublin; A History of Jesus Centre; Extra-Institutional Religion at Jesus Centre; Re-evangelizing Ireland?; Interactions with Other Churches; Healing from Abuse Scandals; Experiencing Faith at Jesus Centre; The Word; Relationship with God; Prayer and the Holy Spirit; Conclusions; 9: Holy Cross Benedictine Monastery; A History of Holy Cross Monastery.
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