United States Hispanic Catholics: Trends and Works, 1990-2000
Kenneth G. Davis, Eduardo C. Fernández, Veronica Méndez
University of Scranton Press, 2002 - Hispanic American Catholics - 249 pages
"Included is the only table of Internet sites concerning U.S. Hispanic Catholics, and exhaustive lists of local, regional, and national organizations serving this diverse and burgeoning community. Thus the book appeals to scholars and pastors, and will serve as a ready reference and valuable documentation."--BOOK JACKET.
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