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  • The rebirth of Catholic collective action in Central America: A new model of church-based political participation.
    Keogh, Stacy, and Richard L. Wood (2013)
    Social Compass 60:2: 273-291.

    Based on 2004-09 field work with Comunidades de Fe para la Acci?n, a community organizing entity related to the U.S.-based PICO.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Central America; Social movement; Activism; Participant observation; Guatemala; El Salvador; Community organization; Resource mobilization
  • Wake Up, Lazarus! On Catholic Renewal (2 vols.).
    Hegy, Pierre (2011)
    Bloomington, Indiana: iUniverse.

    Reviews survey & historical data on American Catholicism, & adds observation of Catholic parishes and an Evangelical congregation. Volume II (2013) includes analyses of homilies from the U.S. & Guatemala.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Content analysis; Catholic, Guatemala; Liminality; Homily; Communitas; Consumerism; Spirituality; Secularization; Catholic, U.S.A.; Participant observation; Ecclesiola; Pastoral sociology
  • How Q'eqchi'-Maya Catholics become legitimate interpreters of the Bible. Two models of religious authority in sermons.
    Hoenes del Pinal, Eric (2009)
    In James S. Bielo (ed.) The Social Life of Scriptures. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Biblicism. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, pp. 80-99.

    Contrasts processes by which official Catholic catechists & charismatics gain legitimacy as preachers.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Catholic, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala; Catechist; Base communities; Legitimation; Mayan; Homily
  • Iglesia Católica, movimiento indígena y lucha revolucionaria: (Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala)
    Murga Armas, Jorge (2006)
    Guatemala: Imrpesiones palacios.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Guatemala; Conflict; Guatemala; Indigenization; Revolution
  • The Maya and Catholicism: An Encounter of Worldviews.
    Early, John D. (2006)
    Gainesville: University of Florida Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico, Chiapas; Catholic, Guatemala; Participant observation; Catholic, Mexico; Guatemala; Mayan
  • Pentecôtisme et changement religieux au Guatemala.
    Pédron-Colombani, Sylvie (2001)
    In Jean-Pierre Bastian (ed.) La modernité religieuse en perspective comparée. Europe latine--Amérique latine. Paris: Karthala, pp. 199-211.

    Associated Search Terms: Moral; Pentecostal, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala; Guatemala; Enchantment; Change
  • "Quiché Rebelde": Religious Conversion, Politics, and Ethnic Identity in Guatemala.
    Falla, Ricardo (2001)
    Austin: University of Texas Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala; Ethnic; Catholic, Guatemala; Catholic Action
  • The Politics of the Spirit: The Political Implications of Pentecostalized Religion in Costa Rica and Guatemala.
    Steigenga, Timothy J. (2001)
    Boston: Lexington.

    Associated Search Terms: Pentecostal, Latin America; Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala; Evangelical, Latin America; Catholic, Latin America; Costa Rica; Politics, Costa Rica
  • The Soul of Development: Biblical Christianity and Economic Transformation in Guatemala.
    Sherman, Amy L. (1997)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Based on survey & interview data in Guatemala; orthodoxy, not denomination, correlates with modernizing attitudes.

    Associated Search Terms: Development; Syncretism; Protestant, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala; Fatalism; Orthodoxy (doctrinal); Guatemala; Economic
  • Sectes et Eglise Catholique au Guatémala: Du Phénomène Marginal à un "Problème Alarmant."
    Garcia-Ruiz, Jesus F. (1995)
    In René Luneau and Patrick Michel (eds.), Tous les chemins ne mènent plus à Rome. Les mutations actuelles du catholicisme. Paris: Albin Michel, pp. 302-326.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Sect; Protestant, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala
  • The politics of pilgrimage: The black Christ of Esquipulas.
    Kendall, Carl (1991)
    In N. Ross Crumrine and Alan Morinis (eds.) Pilgrimage in Latin America. Westport, Connecticut: Grenwood, pp. 139-156.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala, Chiquimula, Esquipulas; Pilgrimage; Catholic, Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala
  • L'État, le Religieux et le Contrôle de la Population Indigène au Guatemala.
    Garcia-Ruiz, Jesus F. (1988)
    Revue française de science politique 38:5: 758-769.

    Focuses on the role of Catholicism, government, & military (aided by North American Protestant sects) in breaking up the traditional Amerindian culture.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Politics, Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala; Protestant, Guatemala; Missions; Native Guatemalan
  • The Church and Social Conflicts in Guatemala.
    Sierra Pop, Oscar Rolando (1983)
    Social Compass 30:2/3: 317-348.

    Focuses on the period 1954-82.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Catholic, Guatemala; Guatemala
  • Iglesia y conflicto social en Guatemala.
    Sierra Pop, Oscar Rolando (1982)
    Estudios sociales centroamericanos 11/33: 59-91.

    Associated Search Terms: Conflict; Catholic, Guatemala; Guatemala
  • El renacimiento de la Iglesia guatemalteca.
    Adams, Richard N. (1972)
    Revista paraguaya de Sociologia 9/24: 7-37.

    Covers events from the 1930s onward.

    Associated Search Terms: Guatemala; Catholic, Guatemala
  • Church and State in Guatemala.
    Holleran, Mary P. (1949)
    New York: Columbia University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Guatemala; State; Guatemala
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