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Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America

Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America

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Published by University of Notre Dame Press in Notre Dame, Ind .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catholic Church -- Latin America -- Congresses,
  • Religious pluralism -- Latin America -- Congresses,
  • Democracy -- Latin America -- Congresses,
  • Religious pluralism -- Catholic Church -- Congresses,
  • Democracy -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church -- Congresses,
  • Latin America -- Church history

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Frances Hagopian.
    GenreCongresses
    SeriesFrom the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies
    ContributionsHagopian, Frances.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1426.3 .R45 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23174610M
    ISBN 109780268030872
    LC Control Number2009007122

    and normative accounts of pluralism. Religious pluralism has at least four different meanings. The first meaning is theological: pluralism assumes that other religious paths are true. The second is sociological: pluralism simply means religious plurality or diversity. In the third, pluralism is a philosophical school, what is known as value. The Catholic Church, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Brazil Genre: _Brazil⏱ Release Date: _ Description: " The Catholic Church, Religious Pluralism, and Democracy in Brazil " written by Kenneth P. Serbin with ISBN_13 UTEXAS and ISBN_10 with total page sheets [].

    Loaeza, Soledad “ Cultural change in Mexico at the turn of the century: the secularization of women’s identity and the erosion of the authority of the Catholic Church,” pp. 96 – in Frances Hagopian (ed.), Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. Catholic liberals hold that the Lay State, rendered necessary by religious pluralism, is preferable in itself to the Catholic Confessional State in which the Church is constitutionally.

      The Catholic Church's central role in the religious, social, and political life of Latin America has undergone a series of dramatic changes in the last twenty years. These changes stem from religious pluralism and the popularity of Protestant churches, new forms of civil organization and mobilization, and the consolidation of democratic.   In sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America, for example, support for democracy is more widespread. In more than half of the 18 countries surveyed in Central and Eastern Europe, majorities or pluralities say they prefer democracy over any other form of government.


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The book is highly original, relevant, and will stimulate new research on religion in Latin America.” (Kenneth Serbin, University of San Diego).

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Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Frances Hagopian; Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Frances Hagopian. Similar Items. Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America / Published: () La Iglesia en la actual transformación de América Latina a la luz del Concilio.

Pluralist Challenges to the Contemporary Catholic Church in Latin America: Institutions and Beliefs in a Context of Religious and Social Change 2 Cultural Change, Religion, Subjective Weil-Being, and Democracy in Latin America 67 Ronald Inglehart 3 Cultural Change in.

Religious pluralism is an attitude or policy regarding the diversity of religious belief systems co-existing in society.

It can indicate one or more of the following: As the name of the worldview according to which one's own religion is not held to be the sole and exclusive source of truth, and thus the acknowledgement that at least some truths and true values exist in other religions.

The Catholic Church: From ‘Moral Concordat’ to ‘Moral Watchdog’ The Catholic Church’s self-perceived mission as moral tutor of Brazilian society provides the framework for understanding religion, pluralism, and democracy.

In this section I explore the development of that mission through institutional growth and political activism. “Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America is a much needed volume. The book is highly original, relevant, and will stimulate new research on religion in Latin America.

Kenneth Serbin. This sterling work looks at the first European institution in America—the Roman Catholic : The essays address the context of pluralist challenges, the ideational, institutional, and policy responses of the Catholic hierarchy, and the nature of both religious beliefs and democratic values at the individual level in Latin America today.

"Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America is a much needed volume. The Roman Catholic Church in Latin America faces significant and unprecedented challenges. Most prominent among them are secularization, globalizing cultural trends, intensifying religious competition, and pluralism of many kinds within what were once hegemonic Catholic societies.

Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America Hagopian, Frances Published by University of Notre Dame Press Hagopian, Frances. Religious pluralism and its precursor(s) were doomed to fail, and, in fact, opened the door to a whole-scale mess for Western civilization.

While many aspects of the mess could be pointed out, I will restrict myself to one aspect in particular. Religious pluralism led to a gradual weakening of the power and influence of religion in society.

Inhe published the series as a book entitled Religious Pluralism in America: The Contentious History of a Founding Ideal. Throughout, Hutchison focused on the presence of religious subcultures in the United States, and emphasized that acknowledging diversity is something different from embracing s: 1.

When speaking about Christian pluralism I have found it best to begin by speaking from personal experience. Before I was received into the Catholic Church, I thought that as an Anglican I was “more Catholic than the Catholics.” In part, this was because my “Catholicism” cast a very wide net.

Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America / edited by Frances Hagopian. — (From the Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies) Based on a conference held Mar. 31–Apr. 1, at the University of Notre Dame. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.: alk.

paper) 1. Religious pluralism, democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America. [Frances Hagopian; Helen Kellogg Institute for International Studies.;] how religious changes have influenced democratic politics in Latin America.

This book assess the ways in which the Catholic Church Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 # Religious pluralism. This chapter uses a “from below” perspective to look at the practical conduct of human rights issues among Latin America's traditional Roman Catholic majority and its rapidly growing Pentecostal minority.

It argues that the central debates about human rights that have emerged in response to the continent's rising religious pluralism are not, as some observers anticipated, a concern over.

In Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America, ed. Hagopian, F. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. Boron, A.A. “Ruling without a Party: Argentine Dominant Classes in the Twentieth Century.”.Frances Hagopian, ed., Religious Pluralism, Democracy, and the Catholic Church in Latin America.

Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, Figures, tables, index, pp.; paperback $ The literature on religion and democracy in Latin America has moved through a number of distinct stages.

A focus on the institutional Catholic.Latin America—the institutionalist, ideational, and religious economy paradigms—did not anticipate and are now hard pressed to explain diverging responses to the challenges of religious and political pluralism in a post–Vatican II world.1 This paper refocuses scholarly attention on the contemporary Roman Catholic Church in Latin America.