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Author: Timothy Matovina
Notre Dame OpenCourseware (OCW) offers free online educational resources for the course "Latino Theology and Christian Tradition" in the Department of Theology. This course will examine the development of Latino religion and theology in the United States and how U.S. Latina and Latino theologians have articulated the meaning and implications for Christian living of core theological topics such as Christology, worship, evangelization, and social justice.
Our Lady of Guadalupe

THEO 20214--Latino Theology
and Christian Tradition

Professor Timothy Matovina, Ph.D.

Theology Department
University of Notre Dame

Course Structure: Two 75-minute classes per week

Mexican oil paint on tin retablo of 'Our Lady of Guadalupe', 19th century, El Paso Museum of Art, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

Course Description

This course will examine the development of Latino religion and theology in the United States and how U.S. Latina and Latino theologians have articulated the meaning and implications for Christian living of core theological topics such as Christology, worship, evangelization, and social justice.

This course was also cross-listed as ILS 20801.

 

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