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Abramson, Susan, 199 Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States (ACHTUS), xviii, 147 African descent, 44 traditional religion, 35 AIDS, 107, 221 Alarcón, Norma, 67, 73, 87–89, 236, 244, 245, 246, 247, 258 Alien, 90–91, 162, 165, 196 Allegory, 13 Allen, Paula Gunn, 74 Allentown, PA, 100–101 Alves, Rubem A., 23, 24 American Academy of Religion (AAR), 147 American Dream contradictions in, 65, 67–69 myth of, 36 Androcentrism, 4–5 Anthological imagination, xix, 150 Anzaldúa, Gloria, xvi, 83–84, 87– 88, 93, 126, 133, 149, 170, 236, 245 Aquinas, Thomas, St., 10 Aquino, María Pilar, xiv, xviii, xix, 19, 87–89, 178, 193, 215, 220, 244 Arce de Vásquez, Margot, 42 Arroyo, Anita, 6 Augustine of Hippo, St., 10 Authenticity, 117 Auto sacramental, 12, 16 Aztecs, 231, 232 Náhuatl people, 208 religious rituals, 13 See also Náhuatl Baptismal call, ix Baroque, 16 in Latin America, 4, 11 Batalla, Guillermo Bonfil, 60 Beauty, 14–17 Becker, Carol, 128 Bendito coraje, ix Bernardin, Cardinal Joseph, 184, 185 Bevans, Stephen B., 204, 215 Bible/Biblia, 213–214 and evangelists interpreting the, 92 as traditional source, 153 women in, 206 See also Exodus Birth control, 103 Bishops as church leaders, 154 Latin American (CELAM), 177, 183. See also Puebla and U.S. Roman Catholics, 153 United States (NCCB), 178, 182, 184–89, 193, 194, 196, 197 Black Catholic Theological Symposium (BCTS), 147 Blacks, 44 mulatto, 44 Black theology, 135, 153 INDEX 15-T1918-IX 11/19/2001 11:09 AM Page 287 Border crosser, xvi, xvii, 87 crossing, 82, 84, 93–96 lands, xvi, 84, 87, 90–91, 94 locations, 149 U.S., xv U.S.-Mexico, 82, 162, 166, 168, 169, 171 See also Nepantla; location; social space Border Patrol, 82, 169 Boricuas, 25 Bosniak, Linda S., 173, 174 Broyles-Gonzalez, Yolanda, 59 Brusco, Elizabeth, 99, 111 Burdick, John, 98 California, 218 Campos Machado, Maria das Dores, 110 Capitalism, 45, 72 forms of oppression, 134 global, 92, 141 and kyriarchy, 146 leading subject, 144 neoliberal paradigm, 140 theological analyses of, 154 Carmelites, 7 Carr, Ann, 114 Carta Atenagórica (Athenagoric Letter), 10 Casarella, Peter 18 Castillo, Ana, xvii, 135, 146, 245 Catholic background, 89 Church, 92, 206 doctrine, 35 people, 212 social teaching, 185, 189, 190, 196–197 tradition, 29 Catholicism, 205–206, 208 and Chicanas, 57, 59, 67 cultural Catholicism, 208–209 Roman, 153, 222 Catholic Theological Society of America (CTSA), 147 Catholic University of America, 185 Centesimus Annus, 187, 190 Central America, 168, 171, 172, 221 Changó, deity, 35 Chavez, César, 83, 224 Chicana/s, 83–84, 87, 219, 236 consciousness, 243–244, 247– 248, 250–255 defined, 155n2, 263n2 feminism, 135, 136, 137, 146, 242–248 feminist, 86–88, 242–245 identity, 86, 88–91 and identity, 242–248, 249–260 lesbian feminist, 7 literature, 153 and otherness, 248, 254 and sexual agency, 253–256, 258–259 and sexual orientation, 243, 247–248, 253 theory, 7 See also difference; epistemology; Feminism; Feminist; Movements , Chicano Chief Xaltipán, 232 Chimayo, 73 Christian, 233 and cultural roots, 27 scriptural tradition, 47 understanding of creation, 46 Christian community, 235 Christianity, 92 Western, 94 Christology, 15–16 Church, 27, 217, 220, 227, 228 baptismal vocation, 148 and evangelization, 192 hierarchies, 154 and Hispanics, 153, 182, 187 Iberian, 219, 232 Latino Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), 166 mission and identity, 137, 177 and the poor, 180, 188 theology as, 260–262 vision of a new humanity, xvi 288 A READER IN LATINA FEMINIST THEOLOGY 15-T1918-IX 11/19/2001 11:09 AM Page 288 Cisneros, Sandra, 213, 216, 237, 256–257 Coatlicue, 71 Collective memory, 220 College Theology Society (CTS), 147 Colonialism, 25 five-hundred years of, 47 freedom from, 36 Puerto Rican relationship to U.S., 45, 48 Colonias, 170 Colonization, xvi, 146, 151, 153 Community, 219 Community as koinonía, 238 parish, 229 pastors, 102, 103, 225 Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, 180, 182, 185, 186, 187, 192 Conquista, xvi, 5 Copeland, M. Shawn, 135, 148 Cordoba, Teresa, 146 Cortéz, Hernán, 232, 254, 258–259 Cotera, Martha P., 136 Counterreformation artistic/literary, 25, 26, 33, 42 Spain, 5 Creation, Christian understanding of, 46, 47 Criollo (mixed), 7, 43 Crossan, John D., 26, 36, 38, 42. See also parable Cuentos, 26, 63 of Nicholasa Mohr, 32 and prophetic imagination, 24 Cultural Catholicism, 208–209 clash of American and Puerto Rican values, 32 critique by...

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9780292796546
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9780292705098
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182530882
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320
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2012-01-01
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English
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