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Misa, Mesa y Musa Volume 1: Liturgy in the U.S. Hispanic Church

Composer: Kenneth G. Davis
Format: Book
Product: 012701
ISBN: 0-937690-37-6
Unit: Each
Price: $6.50
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Misa (Mass), Mesa (Table) y Musa (Muse) Volume 1 is an easy-to-read book that reflects on the experience of the Hispanic Catholic in the United States. The collected essays are backed by careful research and pastoral experience. Chapters highlight popular customs and a selected bibliography and glossary of Spanish terms are provided. Ideal for English speakers who serve in Spanish-speaking or bilingual parishes. Contributors include Lorenzo Florián; Raúl Gómez, SDS; Arturo Pérez-Rodríguez; Bishop Ricardo Ramírez; Mary Frances Reza; Juan Sosa; and Doris Turek.
Introduction-Kenneth G. Davis, OFM Conv.; Weaving the Tapestry; the Task of the Church in the US-Bishop Ricardo Ramírez; Do We Have Inculturated Liturgies?-Rosa María Icaza, CCVI; The Liturgical Roots of Hispanic Popular Religion-Jaime Lara; The Liturgical Year and Hispanic Customs-José López; Saint Barbara and Saint Lazarus-Juan Sosa; More Puertorriqueña; an experience of Pastoral Care with and among Hispanics/Latinos-Sally Gómez Kelley; Towards a Hispanic Rite, Quizas-Arturo J. Pérez Rodríguez; Ministries and the Servant Community-Timothy Matovina; Presiding in Spanish as a Second Language-Kenneth G. Davis, OFM Conv.; Cross-cultural Music Making-Mary Francis Reza; Spanish Phonetics for Church Musicians-Lorenzo Florián; Celebrating the Quinceañera as a Symbol of Faith and Culture-Raúl Gómez; Bibliography-Doris Turek, SSND and Paulina Hurtado, OP; Glossary-Sylvia Sánchez
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Secondary Language:  English
Age:  Adult
Copyright:  Published in association with the Institute of Hispanic Liturgy.
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