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Ukraine's Orthodox Breakup Religion in the News, Vol. 15, No. 2 by Andrew Walsh
The Russian Orthodox Church is losing its grip on Ukraine. 

 

Faithless Ireland, Religion in the News, Vol. 14, No.1, by Christine McCarthy McMorris

The government gives the Vatican the cold shoulder.

Not in My Canton Religion in the News, Vol. 12, No. 3, by Jean-Franšois Mayer
The Swiss vote to ban minarets.

The Irish Map of Hell Religion in the News, Vol. 12, No. 2, by Christine McCarthy McMorris
Perhaps the worst of the Catholic clerical sexual abuse crises shatters Ireland.

Off With Their Head Scarves, Religion in the News, Spring 2008, by Colin M. Adams.
Turkey's political meltdown over head scarves.

When Germans Convert,  Religion in the News, Winter 2007, by Colin M. Adams.
Anxiety swells when German blood and soil produce Islamic terrorists.

Warsaw Loses an Archbishop, Religion in the News, Winter 2007, Samuel Kassow.
The Wielgus affair reveals a deep fissure in post-Communist Poland.

Secularity in Great Britain, Who Is Secular in the World Today?: a special insert in Religion in the News, Winter 2006, by David Voas.

LńicitÚ and Secular Attitudes in France Who Is Secular in the World Today?: a special insert in Religion in the News, Winter 2006, by Nathalie Caron..

Secularism: The Case of Denmark, Who Is Secular in the World Today?: a special insert in Religion in the News, Winter 2006, by Lars Dencik.

To Print or Not to Print? Religion in the News, Summer 2006, Andrew Walsh.
American journalism pulls its punch in the Muhammad cartoon controversy.

Another Melancholy Dane , Religion in the News, Summer 2006, Tim Jensen.
A religion scholar gets caught in a newspaper war.

LibertÚ, EgalitÚ, Islam Religion in the News, Winter 2006, Moussa Khedimellah
The real role of Muslim militants in the French riots.

Culture War, Italian Style, Religion in the News, Winter 2006, Emilio Gentile.
A referendum reveals new enthusiasm for public religion within Italy's governing class.

"Windsor Knot," Religion in the News, Winter 2005, by Michael McGough.
Journalists cut - sometimes too quickly - to the chase in covering an Anglican report about gay bishops, poaching prelates, and impaired communion.

"God and the EU Charter," Religion in the News, Fall 2003

"‘Irreligion’ in Denmark" , Religion in the News Fall 1998 by Tim Jensen, University of Odense, Denmark.
Lutheran identity rediscovered.