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Dialogue rejoined : theology and ministry in the United States Hispanic reality

Author: Moises Sandoval; Ana María Pineda; Robert J Schreiter
Publisher: Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, ©1995.
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Dialogue rejoined.
Collegeville, Minn. : Liturgical Press, ©1995
(OCoLC)656524055
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Moises Sandoval; Ana María Pineda; Robert J Schreiter
OCLC Number: 32129948
Description: viii, 187 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword / Donald Senior --
Introduction / Ana María Pineda --
Hispanics in the United States: between conquest and liberation / Moíses Sandoval --
The social, cultural, and religious realities of Central American immigrants in the United States / Carlos B. Córdova --
The Puerto Rican experience in the United States: a pastoral perspective / Dominga Zapata --
The Cuban presence in the United States: a pastoral perspective / Guillermo Fernández-Toledo --
Biblical exegesis from a Hispanic perspective / Barbara E. Reid --
Exploring a praxi-oriented methodology in theological formation / Gary Riebe-Estrella --
Basic church communities in the Mexican American and Mexican community and their ecclesiological significance / John E. Linnan --
Ethics and the narrative of Hispanic Americans: conquest, community, and the fragility of life / Paul J. Wadell --
Personal and ministerial formation in a Hispanic context / Ana María Pineda --
Popular piety and liturgical reform in a Hispanic context / Mark R. Francis --
Afterword / Robert Schreiter.
Responsibility: with a foreword by Donald Senior ; Moíses Sandoval [and others] ; edited by Ana María Pineda, Robert Schreiter.

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