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Camino A Emaus: Compartiendo el Ministerio de Jesus = The Road to Emmaus [Paperback]

By Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz (Author), Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz (Director) & Timoteo Matovina (Director)
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Camino a Emaus presenta una teologia del ministerio a partir de la experiencia de nuestras comunidades hispanas en los Estados Unidos. Cada ensayo vincula un texto biblico con un aspecto del trabajo ministerial; por ejemplo, la llamada bautismal al ministerio, el poder de la palabra de Dios en nuestro testimonio y servicio, la comunicacion como elemento central del ministerio, el poder transformador de la Resurreccion en nuestras vidas y comunidades. Varios ensayos destacan mujeres de la Biblia quienes, al igual que las mujeres hispanas de hoy, ofrecen lecciones valiosas para el ministerio. Este texto inspirador es un excelente recurso para la meditacion personal, para estudios biblicos y teologicos, y para el trabajo pastoral. No existe un libro igual para quienes quieran integrar la reflexion biblica, una teologia del ministerio, y la fe y la sabiduria de las comunidades hispanas. Camino a Emaus presents a theology of ministry based on the experience of Hispanic communities in the United States. Each essay relates a biblical passage with a specific ministerial theme such as the baptismal call to ministry, the power of God's word in our witness and service, communication as a central component of ministry, and the transforming power of the Resurrection in our life and communities. Several essays focus on biblical women who, just like Hispanic women today, offer valuable lessons for our ministry. This inspiring text, highlighting the faith and wisdom of U.S. Hispanic communities, is a unique resource for personal meditation, biblical and theological studies, and pastoral work.

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"Camino a Emmaus" present a una teologia del ministerio a partir de la experiencia de nuestras comunidades hispanas en los Estados Unidos.Cada ensayo vincula un texto Biblico con un aspecto del trabajo ministerial; por ejemplo, lallamada bautismal al ministerio, el poder de la palabra de Dios en nuestro testimonio y servicio, la comunicacion Como elemento central del ministerio, el poder transformador de la Resurreccion en nuestras vidas y comunidades. Varios ensayos destacan mujeres de la Biblia quienes, al igual que las mujeres hispanas de hoy, ofrecen lecciones valiosaspara el ministerio. Este texto inspirador es un excelente recurso parala meditacion personal, para estudios Biblicos y teologicos, y para el trabajo pastoral. No existe un libro igual para quienes quieranintegrar la reflexion biblica, una teologia del ministerio, y la fe y la sabiduria de las comunidades hispanas.

Contenido: Introduccion: El ministerio cristiano," de Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, Timoteo Matovina, y Nina M. Torres-Vidal; *El bautismo: Nuestrallamada al ministerio, - de Arturo Banuelas; *Maria Magdalena: Apostol alos apostoles, - de LeticiaGuardiola-Saenz; *Sembrador a voleo, - de Justo L. Gonzalez; *El silencio del cuerpo: La historia de Tamar, - de Cristina Garcia-Alfonso; *El otro lado de la hospitalidad, - de Sandra Mangual; *Ministerios y comunidades cristianas, - de Timoteo Matovina; *Ministerio y cultura, - de Cecilia Gonzalez-Andrieu y Jean-Pal Andrieu; *La palabra: Comunicacion Como comunion, - de Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz; *La creacion: Fuente de vida para el ministerio, - de Eduardo C. Fernandez, SJ; *Ministerio sin fronteras, - de Ana Maria Pineda, R.S.M.; y *Amor, muerte, y esperanza: Una meditacion, - de Elizabeth Conde-Frazier.

"Camino a Emaus" presents a theology of ministry based on the experience of Hispanic communities in the United States. Each essay relates a biblical passage with a specific ministerial theme such as the baptismal cal to ministry, the power of God's word in our witness and service, communication as a central component of ministry, and the transforming power of the Resurrection in our life and communities. Several essays focus on biblical women who, just like Hispanic women today, offer valuale lessons for our ministry. This inspiring text, highlighting the faith and wisdom of U.S. Hispanic communities, is a unique resource for personalmeditation, biblical and theological studies, and pastoral work."

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Item Specifications...


Studio: Liturgical Press
Pages   128
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.62" Width: 5.52" Height: 0.33"
Weight:   0.34 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Apr 1, 2003
Publisher   Liturgical Press
Series  07/13/2009  
ISBN  0814629563  
ISBN13  9780814629567  


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Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz is Professor of Ethics and Theology (Emerita) at the Theological School of Drew University.
Eduardo Mendieta is Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University.
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Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz has an academic affiliation as follows - Drew University.

Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz has published or released items in the following series...
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Camino a Emaus  Aug 23, 2003
Excellent guide for committed catholics. Must reading for anyone who works in a parish or organization to extend the Kingdom of God.
 

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