From Rechristianization to Contestation: Catholic Values and Quebec Society, 1931–1970

@article{Gauvreau2000FromRT,
  title={From Rechristianization to Contestation: Catholic Values and Quebec Society, 1931–1970},
  author={Michael Gauvreau},
  journal={Church History},
  year={2000},
  volume={69},
  pages={803 - 833}
}
Speaking before the Commission d'étude sur les laics et l'Église (Commission Dumont) in 1970, Jean-Paul Gignac articulated the feelings of many when he stated that although the church had greatly furthered the survival of French Canadians, the men and women of his own generation had been “strangely traumatized” by Catholicism. At one level, their perplexity can be read as but the obvious response to the travails of Quebec Catholicism in the 1960s. For many decades prior to 1960, the Catholic… Expand
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