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Religious change in contemporary Poland

secularization and politics
  • 227 Pages
  • 2.41 MB
  • English
Routledge & Kegan Paul , London, Boston
Secularism -- Poland., Communism and culture -- Poland., Poland -- Intellectual


Poland, Po

StatementMaciej Pomian-Srzednicki.
SeriesInternational library of sociology
LC ClassificationsBL2747.8 .P65 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 227, 14 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3481176M
ISBN 100710092458
LC Control Number82000500

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pomian-Srzednicki, Maciej. Religious change in contemporary Poland. London ; Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, Poland is one of the most religious countries in Europe, Though varied religious communities exist in Poland, most Poles adhere to this, the largest grouping is the Roman Catholic Church: % of the population identified themselves with that denomination in (census conducted by the Central Statistical Office (GUS)); according to the Institute for Catholic Church.

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Poland is widely a religious country and has instituted the right to freedom of religion. The largest religion in Poland is Roman Catholicism, which is followed by other Christian denominations as well as a growing trend of Agnosticism and Atheism.

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Abstract. It is difficult to determine and describe the statistics of religious groups in contemporary Poland. As of 1 OctoberChurches and religious associations were registered in Poland (in the register of the Ministry of Administration and Digitalization).Author: Zbigniew Pasek. Religion and Politics in Contemporary Poland Henryk Hoffmann The mutual relationships between religion and politics have been subject to Comparative Religion studies in Poland both before and after the breakdown of the “real socialism”, and this period is often, but with great oversimplification, referred to as “Communism”.Author: Henryk Hoffmann.

This book provides a concise historical outline of religion in Poland up until its entry into the European Union intogether with a longer presentation of contemporary religious issues.

Albeit largely mono-ethnic and overwhelmingly Catholic after the loss of its large Jewish population to the Holocaust, and subsequent post–World War II. About this book Introduction Since the disintegration of the communist one-party state at the end of the s, the Catholic Church has pushed its agenda to ban abortion, introduce religious instruction in the state schools, and protect Poland from secular influences emanating from the European Union.

Mennonites in Early Modern Poland and Prussia focuses on the large Mennonite community in these countries. Klassen reveals how the Anabaptist groups were treated and explores whether the uncommon religious freedom they enjoyed gave rise to a flourishing of their faith or a Cited by: 2.

Edward G. Carmines, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), The New Religious Divide and Moral and Cultural Issues.

In The Great Divide: Religious and Cultural Conflict in American Party Politics (), Layman provides a comprehensive account of how the new traditionalist–modernist cleavage in American religion has come to shape the.

Poland can claim several superlatives—including the biggest medieval town square, the largest gothic brick castle, and probably the best vodka in the world—to name just a few of the best.

's top religious sites in Poland include Wawel Cathedral, St. Mary's Church + Church of St. Peter and St. Paul. Add these and more to your travel plan. Printed In Poland by Jerzy Tomzinski And Jan Golonka: Jezus, Maryja, Jozef - Modlitewnik i Spiewnik Dla Osob Starszych - Jesus, Mary, Joseph - A Prayer Book And Hymnal For Old Folks Latin Mass in Honor of St.

Michael the Archangel - Msza Lacinska Ku Czci Sw. Michala Archaniola By Feliks Raczkowski Lolek The Boy Who Became Pope John Paul II. While the entire region was extremely religious as until the end of the 19th century, Poland has remained religious to the 21st century for four reasons: 1.

Poland has traditionally been quite agrarian, with many people living in the countryside. In different ways classical social thinkers of the late 19th and early 20th century all thought that religion would either disappear or become progressively attenuated with the expansion of modern institutions, resulting in a "secularization thesis" aptly captured in the title of Freud's famous The Future of an Illusion (see Durkheim, /; Freud, ; Marx and Engels, /; Tylor.

This chapter explores the relation between populism and religion in contemporary Europe. The rise of populism in Europe is partly inspired by the process of secularization. In many Western European countries, religion plays an important role in social and political self‐conceptions: many people maintain an implicit or cultural Christian Author: Renée Wagenvoorde.

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Poland's history as a state began near the middle of the 10th century. By the midth century, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth ruled a vast tract of land in Central and Eastern Europe.

During the 18th century, internal disorders weakened the nation, and in a series of agreements between andRussia, Prussia, and Austria.

The most religious country is Poland, where 17% of young adults define themselves as non-religious, followed by Lithuania with 25%. Religious affiliation in European countriesAuthor: Harriet Sherwood. The religious treasures in Poland are both about holy objects and places connected to them.

Here is a list of five religious treasures in Poland that you might want to explore. Jasna GoraLocated in the central region of southern Poland, Jasna. (). Catholics in the Holy Spirit: the Charismatic Renewal in Poland.

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Religion, State and Society: Vol. 40, EVANGELICAL, PENTECOSTAL AND CHARISMATIC CHURCHES IN LATIN AMERICA AND EASTERN EUROPE Edited by Alexander Agadjanian, pp. Cited by: 3.5. National, ethnic and religious minorities terms in other Central and Eastern European peoples. Religion was one of the most important elements of this process.

Besides, it usu-ally was the foundation of the feeling of identity, while serving as a source and core for values and ethical stances and, above all, cul-ture and tradition.