Title

Everyday Sacred: Religion in Contemporary Quebec

Document Type

Book Review

Publication Date

5-31-2018

Abstract

"As the title of the book intimates, in a subtle echo to Peter Berger’s The Sacred Canopy, spirituality in Quebec has become an immanent experience in people’s daily life: everyday becomes the context in which to experience the sacred in its multifaceted expressions. The study of religion in Quebec has been neglected by most English-speaking students of social religion and this volume offers a fascinating and eclectic glimpse into a religious life rich in comparative possibilities for further study (257). With Pamela Klaussen, I agree that this book gathers together a remarkable range of studies and certainly offers an intriguing portrait of contemporary religious diversity in Quebec...."

Journal Title

Reading Religion

First Page

1

Last Page

1

Book Title

Everyday Sacred: Religion in Contemporary Quebec

Editor

Kaell, Hillary

Publisher

McGillk-Queen's University Press

City

Montreal, Que.

ISBN

9780773550957

First Department

Theology and Christian Philosophy

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