Guadalupe

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The founder of U.S. Hispanic theology offers a new translation of the original story of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and reflects on its meaning for the faithful and the church today. "Lovely"--Journal of Hispanic/Latino Theology

Virgil Elizondo (1935-2016) was a theologian and pastor who played a critical role in the development of Hispanic theology. He founded the Mexican American Cultural Center in San Antonio, Texas, where he also served as rector of San Fernando Cathedral. More recently he taught at the University of Notre Dame. His other books include Galilean Journey and Charity.His life and work have been featured in Virgilio Elizondo: Spiritual Writings (Modern Spiritual Masters Series).

Book Details

Title:
Guadalupe
Subtitle:
Mother of the New Creation
Author:
Virgilio P. Elizondo
Pages:
160
Binding:
Softcover

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