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Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.

Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.

Issues and Concerns

Edited by Jay P. Dolan and Allan Figueroa Deck, S.J.

“These articles address issues (such as liturgical reform, youth ministry, and the rise of Hispanic Protestantism) that cut across nationalities, regions, and generations. This is a bold work, deserving of recognition.” —Books of the Southwest

This book, the third volume in the groundbreaking study The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U.S., continues the historical investigation of the first two volumes, spanning the years 1965 to the present. Unlike the two preceding volumes, whose articles are arranged in terms of national origin (Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican), the eleven essays in Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S. are organized according to key issues that cut across nationalities, regions, and generations.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01111-6
464 pages
Publication Year: 1994

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Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.

Issues and Concerns


Edited by Jay P. Dolan and Allan Figueroa Deck, S.J.

 Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S.: Issues and Concerns
Paper Edition

“These articles address issues (such as liturgical reform, youth ministry, and the rise of Hispanic Protestantism) that cut across nationalities, regions, and generations. This is a bold work, deserving of recognition.” —Books of the Southwest

This book, the third volume in the groundbreaking study The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U.S., continues the historical investigation of the first two volumes, spanning the years 1965 to the present. Unlike the two preceding volumes, whose articles are arranged in terms of national origin (Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican), the eleven essays in Hispanic Catholic Culture in the U.S. are organized according to key issues that cut across nationalities, regions, and generations.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01111-6

464 pages

The Notre Dame History of Hispanic Catholics in the U.S.