Book launch: The Catholic Origins of Quebec’s Quiet Revolution, 1931-1970

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Newman Centre, MQUP, and Catholic Studies are co-sponsoring a book launch on Michael Gauvreau’s, Catholic Origins of Quebec’s Quiet Revolution 1931-1970. This fascinating historical study uncovers the complex religious dimensions of the process of modernization and liberalization in Quebec society. It debunks a number of very common stereotypes and underscores the critical importance of a number of influential modernistic Catholic movements in the various waves of secularization that have shaped modern Quebec culture. Gauvreau’s presentation of the book will be followed by a response by Bishop Anthony Mancini, Vicar General of Montreal.

Please join us on April 11th, 5pm, Newman Centre. Bishop Anthony Mancini will be responding to Michael Gauvreau’s Presentation of Catholic Origins of Quebec’s Quiet Revolution.

A link to the Newman Centre can be found in the column on the left. Copies of the book will be available for sale.