Mexican Spirituality: Its Sources and Mission in the Earliest Guadalupan Sermons

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2002 - Religion - 237 pages
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This book celebrates a number of Guadalupan sermons that serve as the fundamental source of the Mexican people's unique spiritual devotion and identity. These sermons were preached, published, and circulated among the populace of Mexico in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. They proclaim an unshakable conviction that the peoples of the American continent are the uniquely blessed recipients of God's, and especially Mary's, favor. In their modern sense, these sermons provide a wealth of information on Mexican theology, spirituality, and religious self-understanding at a pivotal time in a people's culture.

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Contents

Preface
1
The Published Guadalupan Sermons
17
God Explains All In The Fullness Of Time
34
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Francisco Raymond Schulte, O.S.B. is a member of the Order of Saint Benedict and a founding member of the Guadalupan Institute for Historical and Theological Studies.

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