- Title Pages
- Figures and table
1‘The times they are a changin’’: Tracing the transformation of Irish Catholicism through the eyes of a journalist
2Revisiting the faith of our fathers … and reimagining its relevance in the context of twenty-first-century Ireland
3Dethroning Irish Catholicism: Church, State and modernity in contemporary Ireland
4Refracted visions: Street photography, humanism and the loss of innocence
5Contemporary Irish Catholicism: A time of hope!
6The poetry of accumulation: Irish-American fables of resistance
7Prophetic voices or complicit functionaries? Irish priests and the unravelling of a culture
8Tony Flannery: A witness in an age of witnesses
9‘Belief shifts’: Ireland’s referendum and the journey from Gemeinschaft to Gesellschaft
10Faith, hope and clarity? A new church for the unhoused
11The people in the pews: Silent and betrayed
12Irreconcilable differences? The fraught relationship between women and the Catholic Church in Ireland
13The Catholic twilight
- Tracing the Cultural Legacy of Irish Catholicism
- Eamon Maher, Eugene O’Brien
- Manchester University Press
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