I’m delighted to announce that the launch of my new book, Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland: Religious Practice in Late Modernity (Oxford, 2016) will be marked with an Author Meets Critics session at the Irish School of Ecumenics in Dublin on 12 April at 6 pm. I’m looking forward to hearing what the readers have to say about the book, which will be available for a special launch price of €38. There are more details below.
Tuesday 12 April 2016, 6.00-7.30/8.00 pm, the Irish School of Ecumenics-Loyola Institute Building, Room G7, Trinity College Dublin 2
Transforming Post-Catholic Ireland is the first major book to explore 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 how people of faith are developing ‘extra-institutional’ expressions of religion, keeping their faith alive outside or in addition to the institutional Catholic Church.
The book is based on the Irish School of Ecumenics’ ‘Visioning 21st Century Ecumenism’ research project, which was funded by the Irish Research Council.
The book will be available at a special launch price of €38.
Please RSVP by 5 April 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for a map of the ISE Location | Entering via the Lincoln Gate, the ISE-LI building is located close to the rugby and the cricket pitches. The wonderful ‘Apples and Atoms’ sculpture is a helpful landmark.