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Date of Award

1996

Document Type

Graduate Paper

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Systematic Theology

Department

School of Theology • Seminary

First Advisor

Patricia Forster, OSF

Abstract

The National Catholic Conference of Bishops has in recent years acknowledged an important Hispanic presence in the U.S. They speak of a pastoral de conjunto, a model of collaborative ministry alive in Hispanic culture. This the Bishops say is an integral hope to the Church in the u.s. Hispanic theologian Roberto S. Goizueta attempts to devise from Hispanic experience in the U.S. a viable theological position, a Teologia de Conjunto, that will provide an underpinning for this new pastoral situation. His effort is explored in terms of his understanding of cultural specificity and the idea of a uniquely Hispanic experience.

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