Some contributions translated into English.
145 pages : illustration ; 22 cm.
Concilium (Glen Rock, N.J.) ; 2019/4.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Editorial : Why an issue on Indigenous peoples and Christianity / Michel Androas (convener), Bernardeth Caero Bustillos, Geraldo De Mori (co-editors) Part one: Indigenous spiritual, theological, and pastoral insights. Aboriginal spirituality: a testimony from Australia / Sherry Balcombe Spiritual resistance of the First Peoples / Atilano A. Ceballos Loeza ; translated by Thia Cooper 'Maya Altar' as a theological and inter-religious experience / Ernestina López Bac ; translated by Dinah Livingstone The place of the Bible / Sofia Chipana Quispe ; translated by Christopher Lawrence The Church and the Indigenous Peoples of Canada: a Cree vision of the Church, and my experience as a Cree Catholic / Harry Lafond Part two: Dialogues with Christianities. From brokenness to wholeness: healing a wounded Church in a wounded continent and fashioning an African Christianity of the future / Laurent Magesa Education based on Indigenous ethics: the aims of the Centre of Arts and Crafts for the First Peoples of Mexico / Alejandro Castillo Morga ; translated by Francis McDonagh The cause of the Indigenous native as a criticism of the 'colonial rationale' / Paulo Suess and José Agnaldo Gomes ; translated by Christopher Lawrence Long-term theological and pastoral challenges for decolonizing the relation with Indigenous peoples: a reflection from Canada / Michel Andraos Part three: Pastoral and theological reflections. Indigenous people's landscape and its direct connection to impoverishment and un-peace: the case in Bislig, Surigao in the Philippines / Karl M. Gaspar Indigenous knowledge with universal relevance / Diego Irarrazaval ; translated by Francis McDonagh Part four: Theological forum. Final message: CELAM Department of Culture and Education Meeting of Indigenous Pastoral Workers from First Peoples / translated by Francis McDonagh.