This study documents the emergence of pluralism as a constituent dimension of the culture of American Catholicism, and its implications for religion in public life. When such qinternally grounded pluralismq is a factor in the relations between religious groups in a society, it supports a larger civic culture in which the substantive content of particular religious traditions may be brought into shared, public arenas.On the policy side, his office put out a statement on climate change (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) 2001), a four-year ... Majority Leader, and it seems to have been instrumental in getting pending legislation dropped.
|Title||:||Public Catholicism and Religious Pluralism in America: The Adaptation of a Religious Culture to the Circumstance of Diversity, and Its Implications|
|Author||:||Michael J. Agliardo|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|