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Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien

-​American perspective on dealing with these issues. Also, increasing mobility between countries through the Erasmus exchange of students and academics, allied to media representations, demonstrated that the Catholicism of France, Spain and Italy was very different to that of Ireland, where Church and State were closely allied. The availability of films, books, discussions and newspapers that took more secular positions on issues that had been seen as firmly within the Catholic Church’s purview gradually eroded the hegemonic certainties and offered alternatives. The hierarchy

in Tracing the cultural legacy of Irish Catholicism