Many books have been written on liberation theology
as a social phenomenon, often with particular attention focused on the growth of base communities or other political concerns.
Ever since Pope Francis began talking about his desire for a church "of the poor and for the poor," liberation theology
has been back in the headlines.
Throughout the book, Sherinian highlights the ways in which Dalits--in the face of systemic marginalization based on casteism, sexism, and classism-have used folk music as an expressive medium for liberation theology
Romero's sainthood cause had been held up by the Vatican out of concern over his perceived association with liberation theology
, the Latin American-inspired Catholic theology that holds that Jesus' teachings require followers to fight for social and economic justice.
PUEBLA, MEXICO--Pope John Paul II endorsed liberation theology
and the recent deliberations of the Latin American Episcopal Conference in Puebla, Mexico, during a speech Feb.
But it is John Paul, a critic of liberation theology
, who is getting the buzz in Latin America.
This new presentation includes a revision of a key section of the original, adds essays that review how liberation theology
has evolved, and provides text that has been completely revised with inclusive language.
One of five Jesuit priests murdered by a right-wing death squad in San Salvador in November 1989, Ellacuria was a leading figure in the liberation theology
The Latin American liberation theology
is not a heritage site; it is rather a living movement with continued vitality.
The Jesuit community of El Salvador, which for decades has supported liberation theology
, praised the pontiff's resignation as a "responsible act".
On second thought, is it not obvious that the claims of liberation theology
should be subjected to rigorous economic analysis?
Bishop Muller has been criticized for some radical stands, including liberation theology
and his friendship with Marxist theologian Gustavo Gutierrez, who founded liberation theology