This book places catechesis against the background of popular religion and makes a new connection among theology, spirituality, and catachesis. It examines six catechism formats, uncovering fascinating factors that made these faith formation texts effective or ineffective for Hispanics, from the inception of Hispanic Catholicism through the twentieth century.Miguel Angel Medina (Salamanca, Espana: Editorial San Esteban, 1987), 394. ... century, of French origin, was approved by four Ordinaries from the dioceses of Louisville, Mobile, New Orleans, and Galveston. ... Bouchu, it is speculated, came from a well-to-do family because he was able to draw money from a French estate to do the mission repairs. ... This and other editions were owned by a family from California; in time, they donated the precious texts to the rare book collection ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Faith Formation and Popular Religion|
|Author||:||Anita De Luna|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2002-01-01|