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Feminist Intercultural Theology: Towards a Shared Future of Justice, Aquino, María Pilar , Feminist Intercultural Theology: Latina Explorations for a Just World, Maryknoll, NY, p.9-28, (2007)
Globalization, Spirituality, and Justice: navigating a path to peace, Groody, Daniel G. , Theology in global perspective series, Maryknoll, NY, (2007)
Greg Boyle, González, Michelle A. , Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice, Thousand Oaks, CA, (2007)
Go and Do Likewise: studies on Christian faith and social action, González, Justo L.; Elizondo, Virgilio P. , Nashville, TN, (2006)
Mañana Is Too Late to Learn How to Love, González-Andrieu, Cecilia , The Sky is Crying: race, class, and natural disaster, Nashville, TN, (2006)
The People of God in the Struggle for Justice, Aquino, María Pilar , Love That Produces Hope: the thought of Ignacio Ellacuría, Collegeville, MN, p.205-222, (2006)
The Virgin of the Massacre, Rodríguez, Jeanette , The Treasure of Guadalupe, Lanham, MD, p.81-85, (2006)
Ve y Haz tú lo Mismo: estudios sobre la fe cristiana y la acción social, González, Justo L.; Elizondo, Virgilio P. , Nashville, TN, p.102 p., (2006)
Who is My Neighbor?: Christian faith and social action, González, Justo L.; Elizondo, Virgilio P. , Nashville, TN, (2006)
"The Lord Requires Justice": Lessons on Leadership from the African American Church for Mexican American Catholics, López Pulido, Alberto; Vega, Santos C. , Latino Religions and Civic Activism in the United States, New York, NY, p.233-247, (2005)
Commentary on "Populorum Progressio" (On the Development of Peoples), Deck, Allan Figueroa , Modern Catholic Social Teaching, Washington, DC, p.292-314, (2005)
Conclusion: Assessing and Interpreting 150 Years of Latino Faith-Based Civic Activism, Elizondo, Virgilio P.; Espinosa, Gaston; Miranda, Jesse , Latino Religions and Civic Activism in the United States, New York, NY, p.307-314, (2005)
Oakland Community Organizations'"Faith in Action": locating the grassroots social justice mission, Palacios, Joseph M. , Living the Catholic Social Tradition: cases and commentary, Lanham, MD, p.125, (2005)
PADRES: Latino Community Priests and Social Action, Garcia, Mario T. , Latino Religions and Civic Activism in the United States, New York, NY, p.77-95, (2005)
Preaching the Teaching: Hispanics, Homiletics, and Catholic Social Justice Doctrine, Davis, Kenneth G.; Peréz, Leopoldo , Scranton, PA, p.xv, 228 p., (2005)
The Drama of Immigration and the Cry of the Poor, Groody, Daniel G. , 'Alambrista' and the U.S.-Mexico Border: Film, Music and Stories of Undocumented Immigrants, Albuquerque, NM, (2004)
Teaching as Social Action, González, Michelle A. , Vistas, Spring, Number 6, Loyola Marymount University, p.3, (2003)
On the Streets of a Fragile World, Elizondo, Virgilio P. , Walking with God in a Fragile World, Lanham, MD, p.47-55 , (2003)
Reconciliation in a World of Conflicts, Aquino, María Pilar; Susin, Luiz Carlos , Concilium, Volume 2003/5, London, p.141 p., (2003)
The Moral Vision of César Chávez, Dalton, Frederick John , Maryknoll, NY, p.viii, 200 p., (2003)
Towards a Culture of Reconciliation: Justice, Rights, Democracy, Aquino, María Pilar , Reconciliation in a World of Conflicts, Volume 2003/5, London, p.126-134, (2003)
The Dynamics of Globalization and the University: toward a radical democratic-emancipatory transformation, Aquino, María Pilar , Toward a New Heaven and a New Earth: Essays in Honor of Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza, Maryknoll, NY, p.385-406, (2003)
Gnawing Fears Spring from US Narcissism, Macy, Gary; Bryjak, George J. , National Catholic Reporter, Nov 8, Volume 39, Number 3, p.18, (2002)
Hambre de Pan, Hambre de Dignidad, Groody, Daniel G. , Migrantes Magazine, July 2002, (2002)
Die Gerechtigkeit überschreitet die Grenze. Die Option für die Armen in den Vereinigten Staaten, Nanko-Fernández, Carmen M. , Glaube an der Grenze: die US-amerikanische Latino-Theologie, Freiburg im Breisgau, p.152-179, (2002)

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