• “What this enquiry provides is a study of a culture at one end of a comparative spectrum such as one would very much want in other key instances to build up a comparative picture. It represents a highly significant contribution.”

      David Martin

      Fellow of The British Academy and Emeritus Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics

      “Understanding faith is a complex challenge and fullof enigmatic problems. This pioneering study of Maltese patterns of belief at the end of the first decade of the twenty-first century is the first systematic attempt to do so. A fascinating first step in interpreting the true meaning of faith in contemporary Maltese society.”

      John Stone

      Professor of Sociology, Boston University

      Enigmatic Faith is sold from the Archbishop’s Curia at the Cashier’s office for €15.