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Christian Practices and Popular Religion in Dialogue. Edition No. 1
VDM Publishing House, May 2010, Pages: 124
The largest, fastest-growing minority group in the United States, an estimated 30 million Latinos affiliate with Christianity. Numerous Catholic and Protestant congregations count U.S. Latinos among their membership. This book sets theologian Dorothy Bass's Christian practices movement in critical dialogue with U.S. Latino popular religion in order to explore ways that these distinctive sets of practices could enrich one another. This dialogue at the level of practices has important implications for U.S. Latino Religious Education or Christian Education programs. This book is essential for non- Latino theologians, seminary professors and their students, Catholic and Protestant pastors, and religious educators who engage in ministry with and for U.S. Latinos.
Michael G. Lee, S.J., Ed.D. received his doctoral degree in Religion and Education from Teachers College-Columbia University in a joint program with Union Theological Seminary in New York City. He is Assistant Professor of Theological Studies and Religious Education at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California.