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LGBT Catholic Church Members: The Relation to One's Erotic Love
Šmejkalová, Klára ; Beláňová, Andrea (advisor) ; Smetáčková, Irena (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of Catholic faith and minority sexual orientation in adult men living in the Czech Republic. Consideration is given to the formation and experience of identity in relation to the aforementioned phenomena, and yet is based on the development theories of E. H. Erikson and J. E. Marcia. The thesis consists of two parts: theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part defines the concepts of identity, LGBT and Catholicism and continues working with these concepts. Furthermore, the mentioned development theories are introduced and finally the thesis deals with three types of identities: gender, sexual and religious. Empirical part analyzes interviews with six informants using case reports. A semi- structured questionnaire created by the author of this thesis was used. As an outcome, there are four thematic blocks resulting from the data obtained. It showed that the intersection between faith and sexuality in LGBT Catholics in the Czech Republic is given by the personality and background of each informant, however it is moving towards balance in sustainable and continuous identity. KEY WORDS identity, LGBT, Catholicism, faith, gender
The role of churches and importance of religiosity in the re-entry care: Evaluation of a questionnaire investigating the volunteers writing to the prisoners
Beláňová, Andrea ; Trejbalová, T.
The report is a first outcome of the project "Role of Churches and the Importance of Religiosity in the Re-entry Care in the Czech Republic" supported by the Czech Academy of Sciences. An evaluation of a questionnaire investigating the Czech volunteers writing to the prisoners is reported. The main topic of the report is the intersection of such activity with religion and faith. Further, the report informs about motivations of the volunteers and aims to sketch a profile of the volunteer writing to prisoners. \n\n
The role of churches and importance of religiosity in the re-entry care: Evaluation of a questionnaire investigating the needs of chaplains for improving the re-entry Care
Beláňová, Andrea ; Trejbalová, T.
The report is a first outcome of the project “Role of Churches and the Importance of Religiosity in the Re-entry Care in the Czech Republic” supported by the Czech Academy of Sciences. It is an explorative study in the Czech Republic as it deals with understudied theme of competences of prison chaplains and volunteers within the re-entry care. The aim of the phase is to identify the limits and problematic aspects of such engagement and also to emphasize the effective approaches and positive outcomes. One of the goals is also to define the identity of chaplains and volunteers within the Czech prison system. \n\n

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