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  • Bill W. Meets the Spanish Armada: Sinners' and Saints' Retold Epiphanies from A.A. to Cursillo.
    O'Sullivan, Ralph G. (1999)
    Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology 27:1: 27-33.

    Associated Search Terms: Testimonial; Conversion; Cursillo
  • Cursillo in Social Movement Literature.
    O'Sullivan, Ralph G. (1997)
    Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology 25:2: 131-136.

    Associated Search Terms: Social movement; Cursillo
  • Climbing Jacob's Ladder: Symbolic Renunciation, Reference-group Identification, and Status Mobility in Cursillo.
    O'Sullivan, Ralph G. (1989)
    Sociological Spectrum 9:3: 329-342.

    Based on 1982 participant observation at a cursillo center in Peoria, Illinois.

    Associated Search Terms: United States, Illinois, Peoria; Participant observation; Catholic, U.S.A.; Cursillo; Reference group
  • Structure, Function, and Cognitive Development in Cursillo: An Interactionist Analysis.
    O'Sullivan, Ralph G. (1988)
    Sociological Spectrum 9:3: 257-275.

    Associated Search Terms: Symbolic interactionism; Cursillo
  • Cursillo, Anatomy of a Movement: The Experience of Spiritual Renewal.
    Marcoux, Marcene (1982)
    New York: Lambeth Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Cursillo; Social movement; Experience
  • The Cursillo as a Social Movement.
    Dragastin, Sigmund (1970)
    In William T. Liu and Nicholas J. Pallone (eds.), Catholics U.S.A. New York: John Wiley, pp. 479-490.

    Associated Search Terms: Cursillo; Catholic, U.S.A.; Social movement
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