The Pandemic of 2020-21 in Portugal: Did the Politics of Geringonça Help with the National Response?
The Muted Vibrancy of Roman Catholicism in Contemporary Portugal: Corporal Works of Mercy in a Time of Austerity
The Catholic Question in Contemporary Portuguese Civil Society: A Case of Muted Vibrancy?
Portuguese Exceptionalism and the Return to Europe: the 25 April 1974 Coup and Democratization, 1974-2010
The 1998 and 2007 Referenda on Abortion in Portugal: Roman Catholicism, Secularization and the Recovery of Traditional Communal Values
“Une Messe est Possible”: The Imbroglio of the Catholic Church in Contemporary Latin Europe
Reconsidering Economic Relations and Political Citizenship in the New Iberia of the New Europe: Some Lessons from the Fifteenth Anniversary of the Accession of Portugal and Spain to the European Union
The Marian Apparitions in Fátima as Political Reality: Religion and Politics in Twentieth-Century Portugal