Rebuilding the Role of the Catholic Church in Central European Societies After 1989Joanna Kulska
FRAGMENT: The discussion on the role of the Catholic Church in the countries of Central Europe is a part of broader debate on the place of religion not only in Europe and the European Union, but also in the globalising wolrd. Disputes about the status of religion in modern societies have not been finished yet even in such secularised parts of Europe as Scandinavian countries where deep secularisation of societies did not transpose into the Church-State relations for a long time and where the model of secular State has been introduced only very recently and just partially.
Typ źródła: rozdział w publikacji naukowej
Rok wydania: 2010
Źródło: J. Kulska, Rebuilding the Role of the Catholic Church in Central European Societies After 1989 [w:] R. Riedel (red.), Central Europe Two Decades After, Centre for Europe, University of Warsaw, Institute of Political Science, Opole University,
Numery stron: 163-178