Tag Archives: Latino theology

“Reading the Bible in Spanish”

In his book Mañana Latino theologian and historian Justo Gonzalez suggest that the Hispanic community can offer a significant contribution to American religiosity by “reading the bible in Spanish.” In using this phrase he does not literally suggest that we can contribute by literally reading the sacred … Continue reading

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“New Evangelization” with a Commitment towards Praxis

In her article “Pastoral Theology or Practical Theology” Kathleen Calahan reminds us that practical theology is not associated with the actions of the Church, “rather it is the determination theologically of the Church’s ‘principles and prescriptions for the Church’s present … Continue reading

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Latino/a Sacramental Theology and our Contemporary Social Context

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At its core Christian theology is an incarnational theology. The Christian faith is derived from the unique and cosmic contribution that Christ brings the human community in expressing the fullness of human dignity. This theological basis flows from the concept … Continue reading

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