Reginald W, Bibby and Rodney Stark. " Toward Unraveling the Québec Catholic Enigma: Still Catholic, Still Believers, Still Uninvolved. A View from Outside Québec."
Presented at Étudier la religion au Québec: regards d’ici et d’ailleurs, Symposium de la Société québécoise pour l’étude de la religion (SQÉR) en collaboration avec le Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la diversité et la démocratie (CRIDAQ). Montreal, 1er décembre.
“Continuing the Conversation on Canada: Changing Patterns of Religious Service Attendance."Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion50:4, 831-839. 2011.
Pre-publication version available here:only minor copyediting changes subsequently made. Includes two very important tables that were moved to the JSSR 's electronic appendix.
Not Lost for A Response
In 2008, colleagues Joel Thiessenof Ambrose University College and Lorne Dawson of the University of Waterloo paid me the compliment of assessing my work in a lead article published in Studies of Religion (volume 37, pp. 389-415). Their article was recently reprinted by Lori Beaman in her reader, Religion & Canadian Society.
The editor, Francis Landry, invited me to offer a response which was published in the same issue of SIR (pp. 417-425). Readers may find both the Thiessen-Dawson critique and my response helpful. What I had to sayis availableherein pre-publication but virtually unaltered form.
Supply, or Both?" Prepared for A Special Issue on Religion in Quebec (in French) in the journal Globe, edited by Robert Mager and Martin Meunier, Volume 10/2, 2007-2008, appearing as "La Religion à la carte auQuébec: Un problème d’offre, de demande, ou des deux?” Pp. 151-179.