Journal of Global Catholicism

The Journal of Global Catholicism is an international, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published by Catholics & Cultures at the College of the Holy Cross. Its purpose is to foster the understanding of diverse forms of lived Catholicism with attention to their significance for theoretical approaches in anthropology, history, sociology, media studies, psychology, theology, and philosophy.

Current Issue: Volume 4 | Issue 2: Catholic Pilgrimage and the Politics and Pragmatics of Place-Making in Eastern Europe

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Hungarian Catholicism Journal Cover
Volume 4 | Issue 1:
Hungarian Catholicism

Mediating Catholism Vol 3 Iss 2

Volume 3 | Issue 2:
Mediating Catholicisms


Pilgrimage Palimpsests
Volume 3 | Issue 1:
Pilgrimage Palimpsests

Volume 2 | Issue 2: Religious Imageries at Polish Catholic Shrines
Volume 2 | Issue 2:
Religious Imageries at Polish Catholic Shrines

Volume 2, Issue 1 | African Catholicism: Retrospect and Prospect
Volume 2 | Issue 1: Catholicism in Africa
Part 2: Retrospect and Prospect

Volume 1 | Issue 2: Catholicism in Africa Part One
Volume 1 | Issue 2: Catholicism in Africa
Part 1: Contemporary Issues

Volume 1 | Issue 1: Indian Catholicism: Interventions & Imaginings
Volume 1 | Issue 1: Indian Catholicism:
Interventions & Imaginings



 

 

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