1. Foundations; 2. The turning-point: the thirteenth century; 3. The expansion of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries; 4. Great reforms; 5. Post-Tridentine Catholicism and Polish baroque; 6. Enlightenment and partitions; 7. Slow revival in Bondage; 8. The twentieth century defeats and successes; 9. Postscript: after 1989.
This book covers the history of Polish Christianity from the tenth century to the year 2000.
From the hardback review: 'Cambridge University Press are therefore to be congratulated for publishing this comprehensive yet accessible account by Poland's most distinguished living Church historian ... this is an excellent book by the master of his field.' Journal of Ecclesiastical History