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  • Catholic Pastoral Sociology in the United States since Vatican II: Making a Path by Walking.
    Froehle, Bryan T. (2007)
    U.S. Catholic Historian 25:4: 85-116.

    Associated Search Terms: Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate; Sociology of religion, U.S.A.; Fichter, Joseph H.; Catholic, U.S.A.; Applied
  • Linking Research and Social Action: Violence, Religion and the Family.
    Nason-Clark, Nancy (2005)
    Review of Religious Research 46:3: 221-234.

    Associated Search Terms: Applied; Social problem; Family; Violence
  • Coping with Apocalypse in Canada: Experiences of Endtime in la Mission de l'Esprit Saint and the Institute of Applied Metaphysics.
    Palmer, Susan J., and Natalie Finn (1992)
    Sociological Analysis 53:4: 397-415.

    Compares effects of failed prophecy on 2 millennial movements; successful initiation ritual in one kept disconfirmed predictions from creating a fiasco.

    Associated Search Terms: Ritual; Millennial; Millenarian, Canada; Canada; Mission de l´Esprit Saint; Institute of Applied Metaphysics; Cognitive dissonance
  • From Typical Church to Social Ministry: A Study of the Elements which Mobilize Congregations.
    Dudley, Carl S. (1991)
    Review of Religious Research 32:3: 195-212.

    Associated Search Terms: Parish; Applied
  • Gottesdienstbesuch und religiös-kirchliche Sozialisation.
    Lukatis, Ingrid (1976)
    Hannover: Pastoralsoziologische Arbeitsstelle der Evangelische-Lutherischen Landeskirche Hannovers.

    Associated Search Terms: Applied
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