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Claire Mitchell

5th July 2011 · Paperback

Why do some people become more religiously conservative over time, whilst others moderate their views or abandon faith altogether? Drawing...

William Cooke Taylor

7th December 2004 · Paperback

Soon after Daniel O'Connell's death, Taylor published (as 'A Munster Farmer') this short account of the Liberator's life, drawing on...

Tom Inglis

30th November 2003 · Hardback

The finding of two dead babies within the space of a fortnight in County Kerry in 1984 is an extraordinary...

Tom Inglis

10th November 2003 · Paperback

The finding of two dead babies within the space of a fortnight in County Kerry in 1984 is an extraordinary...

Tom Inglis

20th October 2000 · Paperback

This volume features essays on the church and religion in contemporary Europe. Topics include: the Church and democracy in modern...

Tom Inglis

10th October 2000 · Hardback

This volume features essays on the church and religion in contemporary Europe. Topics include: the Church and democracy in modern...

John Fulton

21st July 2000 · Hardback

A study on young Catholics in the new millennium, looking at their views and behaviour in the following countries: Great...

Patrick Murray

16th February 2000 · Hardback

This volume presents a detailed account of the political outlook and activities of the Roman Catholic clergy, nationally and in...

Patrick Murray

16th February 2000 · Paperback

This volume presents a detailed account of the political outlook and activities of the Roman Catholic clergy, nationally and in...

Tom Inglis

21st October 1998 · Paperback

The Catholic Church's monopoly over sexual morality in Ireland has been broken. Sex has become part of everyday social life....

Tom Inglis

3rd March 1998 · Paperback

This is an explanation of how the Catholic Church came to hold such a powerful position in Irish society, and...

John A. Watt

9th February 1998 · Paperback

The history of medieval Ireland was shaped by the friction between Irish and English cultures. The ecclesiastical dimension of this...