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- Author : Niels Christian Andersen
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1906
- Genre : Future life
- Pages : 202
- ISBN : NYPL:33433081626677
"In 1903, at the age of twenty-four, Margarito Bautista (1878-1961) left his childhood home on Mexico's Central Plateau and relocated to the Mormon Colonies in the northern Mexican wilderness. Enthused by his recent conversion to Mormonism, Bautista wanted to live in proximity to and learn from the Euro-Americans who had evangelized him. Nearly forty years later, as a Mormon excommunicate and religious entrepreneur, he returned permanently to the Central Plateau to establish his own indigenously-led polygamous utopia in the town of Ozumba. In this volume I have tried to answer two central questions concerning Bautista's journey: After dedicating so many years of his life to the evangelization of Mexicans on both sides of the U.S. border, what led to his separation from the Mormon Church? How did he become the founder of an indigenous movement which observed Mormonism's most difficult practices? My study of Bautista's spiritual trajectory has been an exercise in deep "listening" to the writings he left: a 564-page tome that employs an indigenous hermeneutic in its melding of Mormon theology and the history of Mexico, nearly sixteen years of diaries, numerous letters, and multiple pamphlets. Bautista is often represented as the sole creator of his Mexican-inspired improvisations on Mormon doctrine. The Mormon Church however played a major role in his spiritual education. Bautista took his life-long views on indigenous exceptionalism directly from Mormon scripture. In the two decades following his conversion Bautista thrived under the Mormon umbrella, moving through the ranks of Mormon priesthood, mastering Mormon doctrine and scripture in English, and becoming acquainted with esoteric temple rituals. But in 1924 his meteoric rise stalled. In this volume I will demonstrate that Bautista's insistence on independent Mexican ecclesiastical authority and his fundamentalist clinging to historical practices and doctrines, at a time when the mainstream Church was abandoning t
- Author : Giovanni Levi
- Publisher : Belknap Press
- Release Date : 1997
- Genre : History
- Pages : 409
- ISBN : 0674404068
A company of gifted historians and social scientists traces the changing character and status of young people from the gymnasia of ancient Greece to the lycees of modern France, from the sweatshops of the industrial revolution to the crucibles of Nazi youth. Monumental in its scope, minute in its attention to detail, this two-volume history is the first to present a comprehensive account of what youth has meant through the ages. 68 photos.
Evolving Visions of the Priesthood traces the movement of the Church in the United States during the first forty years of the implementation of Vatican II. This research gives the U.S. Church a good picture of itself and its struggles during the post-conciliar period. These studies are important for what they tell us of priests who were already ministering the theology of the Council, at the time of the Council, and also consider those priests ordained more recently and their perspectives on Vatican II. How the different groups of priests perceive each other in their respective desires to be faithful to God offers the reader insight into today's presbyterate. By following what has been happening we get a glimpse of what the future holds. Given the struggles of the scandals recently confronting the Church, the studies also offer indications of why the particular problems arose so suddenly and why they were so related to a given time frame. Chapters are The American Priesthood After the 1960s," *Characteristics of Priests in 2001, - *The Shifting Emphasis in Ecclesiology, - *The New Priests, - *Issues and Needs Felt by Priests, - *The Question of Homosexual Subcultures, - *Understanding the Changes, - and *Recommendations Made by the Priests. - Includes an epilogue, *Effects of the 2002 Sexual Misconduct Crisis. - Dean R. Hoge is a professor in the department of sociology at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. He has done sociological research serving American churches for 32 years and has authored several books and articles on American religion including The First Five Years of the Priesthood, published by Liturgical Press. Jacqueline E. Wenger is a graduate student in sociology at The Catholic University of America and a licensed clinical social worker. "
Magic Moments: collaboration between artists and young people is a remarkable collection of texts and images, documenting the insights of artists and institutions working on innovative creative projects with young people. When artists and young people come together on a project, something really special can happen. Sparks can fly, ideas can be triggered: a 'Magic Moment' can occur. In a world where universities and schools are often run more like businesses than education establishments, it is crucial to find these moments and realise why and when they arise. Tracing their motives, working processes and achievements Magic Moments is the first critical anthology on the subject of artists working with children. Including broader discussions on educational and social reform, environmentalism, vandalism, streetwork and citizenship, this book works as a primary resource bringing together significant case studies and informed commentary. Magic Moments includes projects from the 1960s to the present day, from Stockholm to New York via London, and feature contextual essays, making it a key title for anyone interested in art education programmes, gallery education, teaching, creativity, regeneration, community-building and public art.
Addresses the questions that young women face as they make decisions about their education and occupation, providing guidance on exploring personal goals and discussing how to learn about and prepare for the world of work