Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.: Issues and Concerns. The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U. S., Vol 3

Citation: 
Dolan, Jay P., and Allan Figueroa Deck, SJ, eds. Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.: Issues and Concerns. The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U. S., Vol 3. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1994.
Abstract: 

Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S. : Issues and Concerns contains eleven essays by scholars from a variety of disciplines and concludes with a synthetic piece by Jay P. Dolan, former director of the Cushwa Center for the Study of American Catholicism at the University of Notre Dame: "The Social Fabric of the Hispanic Community Since 1965," by Joan Moore; "Latin/Hispanic History Since 1965: The Collective Transformation of Regional Minorities," by David A. Badillo; "The Emergence of a Social Identity among Latino Catholics: An Appraisal," by Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo; In "The Organization of a Hispanic Church," by Moises Sandoval; "The Context and Development of Hispanic Ecclesial Leadership," by Marina Herrera; "The Hispanic Community and Church Movements: Schools of Leadership," by Edmundo Rodriguez; "Latinas and the Church," by Ana Maria Diaz-Stevens; "Popular Catholicism among Latinos," by Orlando O. Espin; "The History of Hispanic Liturgy Since 1965," by Arturo J. Perez; and "The Challenge of Evangelical/Pentecostal Christianity to Hispanic Catholicism," by Allan Figueroa Deck, SJ.

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