Charismatic practice and Catholic parish life : the incipient pentecostalization of the church in Guatemala and Latin America /

Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Thorsen, Jakob Egeris
Corporate Author: ebrary, Inc
Format: eBook
Published: Boston : Brill, 2015.
Series:Global Pentecostal and Charismatic studies.
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Main Theses; Nature of the Study; Studies of the CCR in Latin America; Guatemala and its City; The Parish in La Colonia; The Fieldwork; Material; Ethical Considerations; Confessions; Structure of Book; Chapter 1 The CCR in Latin America and Guatemala; The CCR and its Growth in Latin America; Brazil; Colombia; Mexico; Guatemala: The Beginnings of the CCR; Catholics and Protestants in Guatemala; The Guatemalan Bishops and the CCR; Extension and Diversity of Guatemalan Charismatism; Chapter 2 Theological Frames
  • Pentecostal and Charismatic ChristianityCatholic Ecclesiologies; Movement and Institution; Magisterial Thinking; Preliminary Theological Frames; Chapter 3 Charismatic Practice in Parish Life; Groups of SantĂ­sima Trinidad; Friday Night Bible Assembly; EspĂ­ritu de Dios; Common Charismatic Features; Full Charismatic Features; Boundaries of the Charismatic; A Pentecostalized Parish; Chapter 4 Catholic Charismatic Identity; Becoming Charismatic; Integrating Charismatic Practice; Charismatic Self-understanding; Chapter 5 The Continental Mission-from Aparecida to La Colonia; The Aparecida Document
  • Continental Mission in the Guatemalan ChurchThe Continental Mission in La Colonia; Chapter 6 Ecclesial and Theological Changes; Ecclesial Changes; Theological Changes; Pastoral Challenges; A Pope Francis Perspective; Appendix: List of Interviews; Interviews-Fieldwork 2009; Interviews-Fieldwork 2005; Interviews-2010/2011; Bibliography; Index