Essays on the church and religion in contemporary Europe.
Understanding religion and politics
patterns of change in European religion
the Church and democracy in modern Europe
civil society - from church to media domination
Protestants in a Catholic state - a silent minority in Ireland
State, Church and social response - the fall and rise of a Greek-Catholic parish in Poland
the Roman Catholic Church in Poland and the dynamics of social identity in Polish society
the mainline churches as a counterbalance to the state
religion in modern Britain.