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Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Ireland

Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Ireland

Sean Connolly

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Studies in Irish Economic and Social History 3 Publisher closed down and book now out of print.

In twentieth-century Ireland religion has a political and social influence, among both Catholics and Protestants, that is unequalled anywhere in Western Europe.

Religion and Society in Nineteenth Century Ireland draws on a growing body of historical writing in order to ask how this came to be the case.

It examines the major process of reform and renewal that took place within the major churches during the nineteenth century, the origins and growth of sectarian conflict, and the changing relationship between religion and politics.

A final section discusses the character of popular religious belief and practice, and in particular the controversy as to whether the mid-nineteenth century saw a 'devotional revolution' among Irish Catholics.

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Author Sean Connolly
Publisher Dundalgan
Publication date 26 Mar 1994
Format Paperback
ISBN/EAN 9780947897284

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