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  • Ultra-baroque Catholicism: Multiplied images and decentered religious symbols.
    De la Torre, Renée (2016)
    Social Compass 63:2: 181-196.

    The mass production of baroque Catholic symbols in Mexico deinstitutionalizes the symbols & helps imagery prevail over textual discourse. Examples: Our Lady of Guadalupe, dressing the Christ child, non-church saints, & such internet phenomena as the 2012 Mayan apocalypse.

    Associated Search Terms: Popular Catholicism; Syncretism; Popular religion; Mexico, Jalisco, Guadalajara; Magic; Internet; Art; Symbol
  • The Catholic Social Imagination: Activism and the Just Society in Mexico and the United States.
    Palacios, Joseph M. (2007)
    Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Based on interviews & participant observation, with case studies in Oakland, California, and Guadalajara, Jalisco.

    Associated Search Terms: Justice; United States, California, Oakland; Community organization; Participant observation; Activism; Catholic, Mexico; Catholic, U.S.A.; Mexico, Jalisco, Guadalajara; Comparative; Parish; Base communities
  • La Ecclesia Nostra: El Catolicismo desde la perspectiva de los laicos: El caso de Guadalajara.
    De la Torre, Renée (2006)
    Mexico: CIESAS/FCE.

    Associated Search Terms: Mexico, Jalisco, Guadalajara; Catholic, Mexico
  • Nuevos movimientos religiosos: el New Age en Guadalajara.
    Gutiérrez Zúñiga, Cristina (1997)
    Relaciones 17:65-66: 89-114.

    Associated Search Terms: New age; Mexico, Jalisco, Guadalajara
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