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Number of items: 18.

B

Beck, Ashley (2012) Book review: Harries, Richard. (2010) Faith in politics. Darton, Longman and Todd 978-0-232-52787-2.

C

Campbell, Natalie (2016) Exploring the possibility of commitment to God and commitment to elite sport: Case studies of Christianity, Sikhism and Islam. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Crossley, James (2016) Brexit Barrow: Real-Time Receptions of the Bible during a Summer of Political Chaos.

G

Glackin, Maureen (2011) Getting resourced: Being Catholic - reflection and connection.

Glackin, Maureen (2013) Getting resourced: Prayer 24-7. A glorious obsession.

Glackin, Maureen (2010) Presence in pilgrimage: an exploration of chaplaincy in Catholic secondary schools in England and Wales. Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.

Glackin, Maureen (2011) A presence in pilgrimage: contemporary chaplaincy in Catholic secondary schools in England and Wales.

Gregg, Stephen E and Scholefield, Lynne (2015) Engaging with living religion: a guide to fieldwork in the study of religion. Routledge.

Grey, Mary (2011) Book review: Feehan, John (2010) The singing heart of the world: creation, evolution and faith. Dublin: The Columba Press 978-1-85607-677-7.

I

Inman, Anne (2011) Profound disability and the theology of the human person.

M

Masalha, Nur (2011) Edward W. Said: El sionismo y la visión democrática laica. In: UNSPECIFIED Editorial Canaán.

Matthews, Pia (2016) The Wonder of Me: Disability and Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body.

S

Stringer, Bridie (2012) To be a pilgrim.

Stringer, Bridie (2011) The permanent deacon and minister - social intermediary of the threshold.

T

Towey, Anthony (2009) 'Damascus' and pastoral ministry.

Tyler, Peter (2012) Teresa of Avila's transformative strategies of embodiment in Meditations on the Song of Songs. In: UNSPECIFIED Continuum.

Tyler, Peter (2012) The age of the laity.

Tyler, Peter (2011) The return to the mystical: Ludwig Wittgenstein, Teresa of Avila and the Christian mystical tradition. Continuum.

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