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Parishes - United States - History - 20th Century. and Jim Castelli and Joseph Gremillion. San Francisco : Harper & Row, 1987. Catholic Church - United States - History - 20th Century.
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the Notre Dame study of Catholic life since Vatican II. 1st ed. by Jim Castelli, Joseph Gremillion. Published 1987 by Harper & Row in San Francisco.
The Notre Dame Study of Catholic Parish Life . This paper describes the Notre Dame Study of Catholic Parish Life (CPL) and its constituent surveys of parishes, pastors, parishioners, volunteer leaders, and staff. We discuss various rationales for the contextual design used in the study and the multi-method techniques of data collection the CPL employed. This book explores the various ways in which religious identities were defined, developed, and defended - within both Protestant and Roman Catholic contexts, in England and on the Continent - over a period vital for the history of Christianity. As such it will be of interest not only to historians of religion but.
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Castelli, Jim, and Joseph Gremillion. The Layman in the Wake of Vatican II. Ave Maria, Lenten series, 10-14. The Emerging Parish: The Notre Dame Study of Catholic Life Since Vatican II. New York: Harper and Row. D'Antonio, William V. 1996. Roman Catholicism in America. New York: Columbia University Press. Hoge, Dean . Benton Johnson, and Donald A. Luidens. Vanishing Boundaries: The Religion of Mainline Protestant Baby Boomers.
13 Study cited in Castelli, Jim and Gremillion, Joseph, The Emerging Parish: The Notre Dame Study of Catholic Life Since Vatican II (San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1987), 60. 20% said leaving would not be very upsetting and 21% said leaving would not be upsetting at all. On the other hand, recent years have seen a number of protests in diocese such as Boston, Cleveland, Springfield (MA), and Camden (NJ) when authorities in those dioceses moved to close or merge parishes. 14 Wells,, Losing Our Virtue, 88. 15 Wells notes: If the circumstances of life are indeed determined by choice rather.
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