Daniel Cere

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Daniel Mark Cere is a professor of Religious Studies at McGill University and researcher on religion, law, and ethics. He also serves as the director of the Institute for the Study of Marriage Law and Culture and co-director of the Newman Institute of Catholic Studies. He served as director of Montreal's Newman Centre from 2000-2006. Cere has been a consultant for government and religious institutions on issues of religious freedom, reasonable accommodation, and family law in both Canada and the United States.

Cere founded the journal Newman Rambler in 1996, and in 1998 launched the Dominus Vobiscum family retreat centre.

Publications[edit]

  • The Experts' Story of Courtship (1999)
  • The Future of Family Law (2005)
  • Divorcing Marriage (2004)
  • Toward a Gospel witness: Confronting child abuse (2010)

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