Beyond Borders: Writings of Virgilio Elizondo and Friends

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A celebration of the theology of Virgilio Elizondo that brings together his significant essays, previously unpublished in book form, along with critical reflections by a range of scholars. Beyond Borders is an indispensable treatment of the breadth of Virgilio Elizondo's theological and pastoral vision.Contributors include Thomas H. Groome, Orlando O. Espin, Jeeanette Rodriguez, Roberto S. Goizueta, Justo L. Gonzalez, John A. Coleman, Alejando Garcia-Rivera, Rosino Gibellini, Gloria Ines Loya, Anita de Luna, R. ...

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Overview

A celebration of the theology of Virgilio Elizondo that brings together his significant essays, previously unpublished in book form, along with critical reflections by a range of scholars. Beyond Borders is an indispensable treatment of the breadth of Virgilio Elizondo's theological and pastoral vision.Contributors include Thomas H. Groome, Orlando O. Espin, Jeeanette Rodriguez, Roberto S. Goizueta, Justo L. Gonzalez, John A. Coleman, Alejando Garcia-Rivera, Rosino Gibellini, Gloria Ines Loya, Anita de Luna, R. Stephen Warner, Carlos Mendoza, and Jacques Audinet.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781606086704
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Pages: 320
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Timothy Matovina is assistant professor of theology at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. He is the author of numerous articles and six books, including The Alamo Remembered: Tejano Accounts and Perspectives and (with Virgilio Elizondo) San Fernando Cathedral: Soul of the City.

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Table of Contents

Editor's Acknowledgments vi

Foreword: Virgilio Elizondo's Vision as a Hermeneutics of Hope Gustavo Gutiérrez vii

Introduction Timothy Matovina 1

Part 1 Religious Education as Pastoral Theology

Introductory Essays

Religious Education: A Portrait Based on Virgilio Elizondo's Vision Gloria Inés Loya 13

Elements in the Catechetical Pilgrimage: Virgilio, El Catequista Anita de Luna 24

Virgilio Elizondo as Religious Educator: Ever Removing Barriers Thomas H. Groome 36

Elizondo's Pastoral Theology in Action: An Inductive Appreciation R. Stephen Warner 47

Essays by Virgilio Elizondo

1 Religious Education for Mexican Americans (1972) 58

2 A Bicultural Approach to Religious Education (1981) 62

3 Cultural Pluralism and the Catechism (1994) 72

4 Benevolent Tolerance or Humble Reverence? A Vision for Multicultural Religious Education (1997) 87

Part 2 Popular Religion

Introductory Essays

Pasióny respeto: Elizondo's Contribution to the Study of Popular Catholicism Orlando O. Espín 101

The Common Womb of the Americas: Virgilio Elizondo's Theological Reflection on Our Lady of Guadalupe Jeanette Rodriguez 109

Essays by Virgilio Elizondo

5 Our Lady of Guadalupe as a Cultural Symbol (1977) 118

6 Popular Religion as Support of Identity (1986) 126

7 Pastoral Opportunities of Pilgrimages (1996) 133

Part 3 Mestizaje and a Galilean Christology

Introductory Essays

A Mestizo Theology Jacques Audinet 143

A Christology for a Global Church Roberto S. Goizueta 150

Essays by Virgilio Elizondo

8 Mestizaje as a Locus of Theological Reflection (1983) 159

9 Transformation of Borders: Mestizaje and the Futureof Humanity (1998) 176

Part 4 Sin, Forgiveness, and the Experience of God

Introductory Essays

Vivir en la gratitud: Elizondo's Contribution to Theological Anthropology Carlos Mendoza-Álvarez 189

Sin, Forgiveness, and the Experience of God Justo L. González 199

Essays by Virgilio Elizondo

10 I Forgive But I Do Not Forget (1986) 208

11 Unmasking the Idols (1992) 217

12 Evil and the Experience of God (1993) 225

Part 5 Beyond Borders

Introductory Essays

Virgil Elizondo: Practical Theologian, Prophet, and Organic Intellectual John A. Coleman 235

Crossing Theological Borders: Virgilio Elizondo's Place among Theologians of Culture Alejandro García-Rivera 246

The Confrontation between the Theology of the North and the Theology of the South Rosino Gibellini 257

Essays by Virgilio Elizondo

13 The New Humanity of the Americas (1990) 272

14 Hispanic Theology and Popular Piety: From Interreligious Encounter to a New Ecumenism (1993) 278

Table of Original Publication 292

Bibliography: Virgilio Elizondo's Writings 293

List of Contributors 301

Index 304

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