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Hispanic Theology

CAMINEMOS CON JESÚS Toward a Hispanic/Latino Theology of Accompaniment by Roberto S. Goizueta
ISBN 1-57075-034-3
Written by a Cuban-American theologian aware that the terms "Hispanic" and "Latino" can be imposed on diverse peoples whose common link is the Spanish language and a shared culture.  He explores the power of a theology of "acompañamiento" which is lived within the Hispanic community.

GALILEAN JOURNEY The Mexican-American Promise by Virgilio Elizondo
Orbis Books
ISBN 0-88344-151-9
This is the story of the human quest as lived by the Mexican-American people of the Southwest. It is a study of their struggle, survival, identity, equality, liberty and happiness in the context of following Jesus and accepting him as Lord. This book is a great insight for anyone trying to understand the Mexican-American community.

GUADALUPE - MOTHER OF THE NEW CREATION by Virgilio Elizondo
ISBN 1-57075-110-2 Published by Orbis Books
In this inspiring book, Virgilio Elizondo gives us a powerful account of the story and the meaning of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The author shows that Guadalupe has a wider significance in the universal church.

LA MORENITA - EVANGELIZER OF THE AMERICAS by Virgilio Elizondo
ISBN 80-82636   Published by MACC
In this book Virgilio Elizondo explores the tremendous impact of the Guadalupe event in the history of the Americas. He begins by exploring the life, customs and religion of indigenous people in America and also the customs, political and economic reality, as well as religion of Spain and the great clash between these two cultures. This book helps us understand and appreciate the New Christianity in the New World and today's Mexican-American Christian consciousness.

OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE AND JUAN DIEGO- Heeding the Call by Virgilio Elizondo  ISBN 0-86716-323-2
This book is designed as retreat series. Walking along with Juan Diego and Our Lady of Guadalupe we are encouraged to explore our inner self and challenged to grow in Spirit.

THE FAITH OF THE PEOPLE  by  Orlando O. Espín . Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1997.
Theological  Reflections on Popular Catholicism.

MUJERISTA THEOLOGY  by Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1996
A Theology for the Twenty-First Century.

FRONTIERS OF HISPANIC THEOLOGY IN THE UNITED STATES  by Allan Figueroa Deck, Maryknoll, NY: Orbis.  Essays by Aquino, Deck, Elizondo, Espín, García, Goizueta, Hinojosa, Icaza, Loya, Romero.

HISPANIC CATHOLIC CULTURE IN THE U.S. Issues and Concerns by Hay P. Dolan and Allan Figueroa Deck, S.J. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame.  Mostly sociological or historical essays; more theologically related themes are the las five chapters by Diaz, Stevens,  Espin, Perez, and Deck.

MESTIZO CHRISTIANITY by Arturo J.Bañuelas Theology from the Latino Perspective. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis. 
Reprinted essays of Aquino, Bañuelas, Deck, Elizondo, Espin, Garcia, Goizueta, Gonzalez, Isasi-Diaz, Pineda, Recinos, Segovia, Soliván-Román, Villafañe.

DIALOGUE REJOINED by Ana Maria Pineda and Robert Schreiter.
Theology and Ministry in the United States Hispanic Reality.  Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.  Essays by (Sandoval), (Cordova), (Zapata), (Fernandez-Toledo), Reid, Reibe-Estrella, Linnan, Wadell, Pineda, Francis, Schreiter.

MISA, MESA Y MUSA  by Kenneth G. Davis, O.F.M. Conv.  Liturgy in the U.S. Hispanic Church. Schiller Park, IL: World Library Publications in Associationwith Instituto de Liturgia Hispana.  Essays by Ramirez, Icaza, Lara, Lopez, Sosa, Gomez Kelley, Perez Rodriguez, Matovina, (david), (Reza), (Florian), Gomez, Turek. Rev. Ed. 1998

EL CUERPO DE CRISTO by Meter Casarella and Raul Gomez, S.D.S.
The Hispanic Presence in the U.S. Catholic Church.  New York: Crossroad. Essays by Casarella, Christian, (Deck), (diaz-Stevens), Elizondo, Mario Garcia, Garcia-Rivera, Gomez, Goizueta, Gross, Lara, Lopez (Marquez marinas), Martinez, Pineda, Rubio, Ruiz, Sosa, (Traverzo Galarza).

BEYOND BORDERS  Writings of Virgilio Elizondo and Friends. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 2000. Collected articles by Elizondo, and reflections on his work by Loya, De Luna, Groome, Warner Espin, Jeannette Rodriguez, Audinet, Goizueta, Mendoza-Alvarez, Gonzalez,Coleman, Garcia-Rivera, Gibellini.

THE FUTURE IS MESTIZO Life Where Cultures Meet, by Virgilio Elizondo.  Bloomington, IN: Meyer Stone, 1988

OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE Faith and Empowerment Among Mexican-American Women by Jeanette Rodriguez. Austin: University of Texas, 1994